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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Derik, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. Derik

    Derik Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I am looking to get a few domains registered and currently on keyword research.

    My keyword.com/org/net is not available, but keyword.co.uk is available.
    Should i go for co.uk , my sites would be promoting clickbank and amazon products.
    comments please.

    Thanks
     
  2. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    No, you need a .com,.net, or .org if you want to rank well. If they are not available then find an offshoot (meaning instead of football.com which may not be available try buyfootball, buy-football, brownfootball, etc...). It is better to have an offshoot of a TLD than a ccTLD.
     
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  3. redstapler

    redstapler Newbie

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    There's a reason that co.uk is available.
     
  4. Derik

    Derik Regular Member

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    great, thanks
    as per ur eg . football.com which may not be available, why not try for football-buy.com or footballbuy.com rather than having the extra word first.
     
  5. Derik

    Derik Regular Member

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    any thoughts to it ?
     
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    mad.hat Junior Member

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    He was just giving buyfootball.com as an example. You should have your main keyword showing up first for an offshoot domain.
     
  7. gundamwing

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    .com is better than others

    i own paidkeyword.com
    how much you offer.
    i just want to know how much my domain in your mind
     
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  8. Derik

    Derik Regular Member

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    so lets say my primary keyword is football and i don't get football.com so is footballreview.com or reviewfootball.com better.
     
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    Just use your main keyword and a good prefix or suffix.
    Pl see below a short list of prefixes and suffixes that can help you to find some good domains:
    online
    4u
    2u
    wire
    top
    trade
    tip
    search
    central
    point
    home
    place
    site
    web
    net
    portal
    world
    network
    city
    planet
    now
    my
    all

    You can use this site to check if DN is available or not -->
    HTML:
    http://domainfellow.com/customQuery.asp
     
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  10. vajifdardevdatt

    vajifdardevdatt Newbie

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    If i get 2 Domain first year free and second year onwords $3 each Domain is this a good deal?

    Accounts 3,997,139
    Domains 7,219,271
    Records 6,442,693
    Google 9,380,000

    Plese advice me
     
  11. JesusBack

    JesusBack Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Things like co.uk are really good for local SEO ranking.

    Protip: use instantdomainsearch.com when looking for domains. I love it!