Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by PinkyX, Apr 28, 2011.
Would you take a hyphened .com domain or an exact match .info?
depends on what traffic are you planning to bring...
I want to depend only on SEO. The term has got 90 000 exact searches a month
I would take both
And then do what?
Then I would work on Hyphened .com if it's not so long as for example how-to-make-me-happy.com, if it's long, then I would work on .info
Well my keyphrase contains of 3 words, for example counter-strike-mods
I wouldn't go for a .info
I'd prefer a .net or .org without hyphen (if available) or the hyphenated .com
I had to take an hyphenated .com domain for a 3 words keyphrase, and it eventually ranked almost as easily as my other sites without hyphen. So there's no huge difference.
But still, .info sucks
So what would you do if only the .net or .org for the hypenated was available? Grab that or find another keyword?
ok i have little experience on the domain side
.com in a exact match will rank top 3 position in no time just a simple one page site on that particular keyword will do the job and little seo
.net depends but take a little time to rank on top
.org same condition as .net
.info totally sucks
hyphen or no hyphen
i will go for no hyphen just add a little words in front or back but like hot, new, review ..... these kinds of words
I've been able to rank .orgs and .nets pretty easily. I've never had success with .infos or hyphens.
I agree with the idea of adding a word to the end or beginning of the domain. Thats worked for me.
Thanks for the advice, I have decided to take action and purchased a domain name using the great advice I got here.
Am I the only person that has had good experiences with adding the keyword as a page on the domain?
For example, if your keyword was "Good Dog Food", I would have a site that is like
In essence, the url is still optimized for the keyword? Or do you guys think that the Exact Match Domain is far more powerful?
I dunno for me its just harder and harder to find EMDs these days.
I feel like ever time I come acros an EMD its a premium one for sale for $XXXX
What do you guys feel about domains like getrichquick-now.com get rich quick being the key word.
Have u atleast tried to rank a hyphened domain?
Because what I can see here is that everyone is telling me different things
In technical language a hyphen equals to space, so google should read sample-keyword.com as sample keyword
Separate names with a comma.