Exact Domain Name Not Found in Google?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by schrute, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. schrute

    schrute Regular Member

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    Just registered a domain name yesterday. It contains two high niche words. Basically the domain is two words -> high niche. But I can't find it in Google. Definately not at the top. I thought if I had the two words, my site would appear higher?
     
  2. BigEasy

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    You just registered it yesterday. Is it even indexed by Google yet.
     
  3. schrute

    schrute Regular Member

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    Yup. It's indexed by Google. At least according to some online tools. Not indexed by Yahoo and Bing yet.
     
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    Bing/Yahoo are slower than an old man with a walker - give it time, it will get indexed.
     
  5. schrute

    schrute Regular Member

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    Well regarding Google and being indexed. I'm not ontop for my keyword (two keywords). If my phrase is basically a .com address, shouldn't it show up right to the top?
     
  6. Realign02

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    Not necessarily.

    It really depends on how much competition you have and what type of competition you have.

    There are a lot of factors that play into it. Yes, having a domain with the keywords in it does help but that alone will rarely get you to the top.
     
  7. schrute

    schrute Regular Member

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    Well its two keywords, by themselves they're hot, together I dunno.

    According to Google Traffic it has no competition to the phrase.

    How can I get it to rank higher? I mean... shouldn't it appear to the top? I just don't get it.
     
  8. k4sper

    k4sper Registered Member

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    When new domain is registered there is no way You will be at #1 at the beggining. But according to what you say it won't be hard to get there.
     
  9. schrute

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    No real competition.

    But the phrase does it 70,000 global searches and 15,000 local searches... so... I wonder...