Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Paulie W, Oct 2, 2014.
I've never used them, but I would assume that they rank well locally like country-code top-level domains, but not globally like dot com or dot net domains.
As an example, pretend you have a website with the country-code domain dot CA (Canada, not California). This dot CA domain would compete extremely well against other domains (even dot coms) in the SERPs when a user from Canada searches for a term. However, if a user outside of Canada searches for the same term that prompted the dot CA domain to appear, they would not see the dot CA as they are not in Canada.
Comparison to City-Specific Domains
In the case of city-specific domains, you can assume that the same rules apply, albeit to a much smaller audience.
Separate names with a comma.