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Is this a good domain name?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Avada14, Apr 3, 2014.

  1. Avada14

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    Hello!

    I recently bought a domain which goes something like this:

    Example101.com (example being the name)

    I have found something which could be better.

    Example-example--example.com so here no 101 but there are hyphens inbetween the words I am using. I think it looks better but will search engines? I am concerned about using two hyphens -- but any advice would be appreciated.


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    Thanks very much.
     
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    Hmmm that gave me a new DN idea. Example.example.exampleclub.com sounds better than 101 at the end.

    It sounds long but the letters in my name our.

    - --- ------ club.com

    I'm curious as to whether 101 vs club has any major difference in seo or domain value terms.
     
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    op if word is "hats are cool"

    and LSI terms are like "hats are cool you know"

    go for "club hats are cool"

    if "black hats are cool" is LSI terms

    go for "hats are cool club"

    No scientific reasoning it just makes sense on how to choose prefix vs suffix

    club, hq, dicktrickles, the added word doesnt matter
     
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    Thanks, I am tempted to go for Club at the end it just goes with the rest of the name... That said it also sounds good at the start too. Decisions.
     
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    Yes they both are great and unique names! Better than sony / nike / adidas / google / yahoo / microsoft / whatever. You're doing great, have them both! Search engines are stupid... if they follow those above-mentioned meaningless words/sites, then they will love your sites too! Why shouldn't they? You will be having triplicates of a meaningful keyword in your domain name, won't you?
     
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