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Find correct domain name

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by maltra, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. maltra

    maltra Newbie

    May 11, 2010
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    Hello everyone, could you give me some advice "dirty" to register domains? is useful to register domains eg http://www.world-cup-fifa.com separated by "-"? is useful to register domains with keywords and make the redirect? thanks
  2. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

    Oct 19, 2007
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    Hyphens aren't a big deal, as the spiders only use them as placeholders on the domain name anyway, as another extension for people to purchase a domain name they like but can't get.

    Keywords in the domainname don't matter anymore. Do a little research in the forums on this topics in other posts and you will see a lot of different views and one that may work for your personal interest more. However, the examples I always give to prove that keywords don't make your site better or worse when used are as follows:

    google, ebay, twitter, zappos, target...etc.

    All of these domains are top rankers and don't have a single keyword in their respective domain names.

    As for the redirect bit, don't use error page redirects. Google and the other search engines are indexing pages that are redirecting incorrectly as a non-displayed or failed redirect and infact are de-indexing them. They are also testing spiders to check for fraud/spam/scam sites as well.

    Just use a simple php redirect, as it is clean and isn't an ' error ' redirect procees, putting your pages at risk for future natural search result damage.

    Use nothing but only the following code in your page that you want to redirect, or you'll risk a header error issue. Name it whatever.php and post it into your site.


    ('Location: http://www.example.com/');