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If keyword is: "one two" would onetwo.com and twoone.com both be considered EMD's?

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  1. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    Ok so this question has been bothering me for some time and i've been doing tests around this and would like to know the opinons of other BHW members on this.

    So lets say our keyword is "One Two" ... if we put the keyword "one two" and "two one" in the google keyword tool it shows the same number of searches and if you try searching on google it gives the same results.

    Now the question is would both OneTwo.com and TwoOne.com considered EMD's ... If yes i've to buy like a 100 new domains :p
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Are they getting same search count when you change the match types? Change the same to [exact] and see if there is any difference. If the search volume is same, you can very well register that and try to rank for both variation.
     
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    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    No the question is TwoOne.com considered an EMD for "One Two" ...
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Nope..:)
     
  5. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    I'd wait for more opinions becase the funny thing is I WAS able to rank well with the twoone.com thing now i'm wondering if i should scale it up or not. I'm not talking about long tail 3-4 keyword terms just 2 word keywords.
     
  6. ralphswurld

    ralphswurld Registered Member

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    take it from cyberzilla, he's an expert on that matter.
     
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    shariqcomp6 BANNED BANNED

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    the google keyword tool displays same results for both the variations..

    so i think it is a EMD
     
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    dowser Power Member

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    well - exact means exact, so for one two the exact is onetwo.com and for two one the exact is twoone.com, there is no other way :D

    The other consideration if it makes a difference was clearly explained above...
     
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    They are not both exact matches. Only onetwo is the exact match.
     
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    khabibf Junior Member

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    I think twoone.com is not an EMD.
    we talk about EMD right? I think EMD should exact to the keyword. :)
     
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    If the keyword is searched as One two

    Onetwo.com would be considerd EMD

    Twoone.com would have the keyword but its not the EMD because the search is one two.


    Right.


    As long as it has the keyword it would rank

    But obviously it would rank below the EMD.
     
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