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Include your buying keywords in your domain names?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by omoxx, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. omoxx

    omoxx Regular Member

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    Inconsistencies are killing me!

    "Make sure the domain uses that keyword. Do keyword research and focus your posts around that research"

    "Be sure to include your buying keywords in your domain names..."

    And the examples are:

    techchuck*com
    worldnews2u*info
    cooking.ixltrainingbooks*com
    Engadget*com

    Where are the keywords there?
    Is that valid and effective?
    Thank you
     
  2. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    Every site isn't built around a specific keyword? I have sites that I made the names just to sound cool that aren't built around any specific keyword. They are doing just fine in Google for the keywords of choice.
     
  3. omoxx

    omoxx Regular Member

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    Regarding very targeted KW and Autoblogs there are not many chances to apply them: domain name,blog title categories, tags, and specially in the scrapers like Caffeinated or Wp-o-matic, etc.

    But if you put very targeted KW on them , you pull very few things.

    What is your advise for Caffeinated or Wp-o-matic, etc.: using very targeted KW or more general KW?

    If your input is more general, all the other locations for KW, title,categories,etc, are going to be enough to rank for the chosen KW?

    Thanks
     
  4. seoseattle

    seoseattle Newbie

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    Do a search for USED COPIERS SEATTLE, PROTO TYPE SEATTLE, JANITORIAL SERVICE SEATTLE and I could go on. I am an SEO and I will confirm my findings that the use of targeted keywords in the domain does help a little more than you may think.