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is there a problem with .net domains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wisers4me, Oct 26, 2007.

  1. wisers4me

    wisers4me Newbie

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    I've been doing some searches on godaddy for keyword-rich domains in a particular niche, and it looks like some good ones are taken for .com, even some .info but people don't take .nets or .orgs? Sure they're a couple more dollars than a .info, but the keywords are still there... isn't that what counts?
     
  2. Michel

    Michel BANNED BANNED

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    Yes.

    There are even .net and .org domains that rank higher than a .com domain.
    If you find a good one, buy it!
    Latest result shows that a .org with no hyphens in the keywords performs better than a .net with hyphens.

    I would go for a .org without hyphens!

    Michel
     
  3. wisers4me

    wisers4me Newbie

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    Thanks for the help man. I'm just getting started on my very first clickbank/adwords campaign promoting a certain niche, we'll see how it goes. i can pick up a whole bunch of domains in this niche, but then do what with them? point them to various products? I'm having a hard time figuring out how to even promote these domains outside of adwords.
     
  4. Michel

    Michel BANNED BANNED

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    make some wh and bh sites with them and point them to your affiliate ID.

    Use the domains for Adsense, affiliate products and list building.

    Michel
     
  5. wisers4me

    wisers4me Newbie

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    i assume weight loss products do pretty well (convert), at least for north american surfers?