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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by W9go, Jun 24, 2011.

  1. W9go

    W9go Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i am making a new site and the country domain is gone already.

    so i am asking what will be the best
    i need an english excample ....

    "tire valve" ist the KW.
    tirevalve.xx and
    tire-valve.xx is gone

    is it an exact search domain name as well if i use
    valvetire.xx
    does not be used in common language and is not searched but does google
    treat it as the same? it is 2 words just spinned around. i guess for g mst be equal.

    or its better to go for
    tirevalveshop.xx
    or
    mytirevalve.xx
     
  2. MagicMike

    MagicMike Power Member

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    Ive had VERY good success using: tirevalve-411.xxx or tirevalve-911.xxx whichever seems to make more sense for your market (411 = information & 911 = emergency).

    In my tests, using the "-" to separate from the exact keyword seemed to do better than: tirevalve411.xxx
     
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  3. W9go

    W9go Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    ok thanks a lot ... the turn around version you never tried and testet ??

    valvetire.xx
     
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    If I were you, I'd avoid the "turnaround" approach, because "tire valve" and "valve tire" are two different keyword phrases that would produce different search results. If your goal is to promote "tire valve", I would stick with a domain name that had the keyword in that order.

    Even plurals can have different results from singular ("tire valves" vs "tire valve"), but the results are usually very similar for such a search. More importantly, the plural contains the singular in the correct order.

    By the way, there are lots of ways to do it: tirevalvex.com, tirevalves.com, tirevalve2.com, longtirevalve.com, etc. I personally doubt that the hyphen makes much difference.
     
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    theres a button for that ;]


    yea i wouldn't turn it around think about this

    hot wire
    -hot wire a car
    wire hot
    -computer wire/tv wire overheating
     
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    Thanks for info.

    normally i go for
    keyword-24.xx if i have no option to get the exact one.

    looks like that is ok.
    thanks for the help