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Domain name help!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LukeSzmig, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. LukeSzmig

    LukeSzmig Regular Member

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    Hi, I ran out of ideas for a domain name with solutions in the domain name.

    Basically the website will have all kinds of Categories i,e Dieting, finance, internet marketing and so on.
     
  2. Kralj187

    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    Well I'm sure most good names for this word are already covered, but you should try using some numbers if you really need the word.
     
  3. lafours

    lafours Power Member

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    Quick, fast, ultimate, top, number one, tested, proven, working. See how you get on with those.
     
  4. FatSteve

    FatSteve Regular Member

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    I would like to point out one thing - when you are trying to come with a name for a new domain for your main site, think about how it will look in Giggle results - will it be attractive and intriguing enough for visitor to click. Stuff like my-uber-cool-exact-match-keyword.com usually does not work that well.

    In fact, your domain today does not need any of the keywords, it just can be a decent interesting domain. Like fatstevefinance.com :D I would click on it in results cause its fun.
     
  5. Kralj187

    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    Google may be saying that keywords don't have much of an impact anymore in domain names, but we all know that in practice it means still a lot.
    I'm not saying you can't rank good without having the keywords in your name, but the effort will need to be 2 or even 3 times more to gain that result.
     
  6. Cleverchristopher

    Cleverchristopher Registered Member

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    I think having your keyword in the domain is still effective - (no point arguing this is just my opinion) - I also think it is hard to optimize one site across too broad of a keyword cloud.
    Domain names are cheap and all the good domains are not all gone. You just need to be creative to find something you want to invest your time into. Why not make a theme for your brand and clone that theme on multiple sites, have a main domain like http://solutionsbyluke.com and use that for your email address and to control the whole thing
    Luke@solutionsbyluke.com that could be your professional blog that promotes all the other sites...
    Then start collecting domain names that include your "solutions" keyword and that word can become your brand
    internetsalessolutions.com
    fastdietsoluton.net
    4financesolutions.com
    Find your top traffic keywords in each category and try to find a domain name that is as close as possible to the best keyword.
    This will also help you build out the bigger picture one piece at a time.
    Also once you have traffic and the sites fully built out you have the option to sell them off one at a time or whatever, because they are all independent.

    Caution - don't become a domain hoarder - godaddy thrives on peoples addiction to owning unused domain names - if your not going to use it - don't register it. If your not using it - let it go. There is no point in paying renewal fees on names you are not using.
    CC
     
  7. futurestic06

    futurestic06 Supreme Member

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    I think you should try out some keyword research tools like Market Samurai and Adword Keyword research tool. I think if you find carefully you can get some of the domain names almost same as your keywords.
     
  8. pitbulllopez

    pitbulllopez Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yea go for adding some other word or number to your keyword, that can definitely work for you, however, i like the fatsteve idea.. seams cool!
     
  9. mdsurf

    mdsurf Senior Member

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    if your covering that many different topics don't try to do a keyword domain do a domain you can build a brand around.
     
  10. mdsurf

    mdsurf Senior Member

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    i meant to add this in there but i would recommend staying away from numbers/hyphens and what not