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Keyword Research - Is this considered Pure Gold?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by edgarcuevos, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. edgarcuevos

    edgarcuevos Junior Member

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    I have been keyword researching all day today. I came up with a 9 letter domain which can have mutiple related meanings. And when I buy country domains like .us along with it, it would to really make sense. Is this really good?

    What I am confused is how google interprets the domain name. Example. wordrag.com. Here the combinations of "word", "drag", "rag" dont really make sense, but this is just example.
     
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    x00srch Registered Member

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    Well.. i would think.. google will do it with "results". I dont know.

    "word" got way more exact results as "drag".

    I dont know the right answer. :-D
     
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    lancis Elite Member

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    Google doesnt need to interpret your domain name, you're controlling how it will be interpreted.
    It can be either Word Rag or Wor Drag, depending on the anchor text in your backlinks and your title.

    Code:
    <a href="wordrag.com">Word Rag</a>
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    <a href="wordrag.com">Wor Drag</a>
    It cant be Word Drag, for that you'll need worddrag.com
     
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  4. edgarcuevos

    edgarcuevos Junior Member

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    Ok. I think I will give buy a cheap domain and experiment a bit. Will post my results once I am done with it.
     
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    howard_hughes Elite Member

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    Pretty Simple - Google Interprets It Based On Your Sites Content.

    "What I am confused is how google interprets the domain name. Example. wordrag.com. Here the combinations of "word", "drag", "rag" dont really make sense, but this is just example."


     
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    Yes, please post results. Thanks in advance. :)
     
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    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    With things like that it will come down to the content you put on the site... If you try to make your content such that you rank for them all you will rank for none of them...

    Good luck...
     
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    saurabhdhar Registered Member

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    Yeah as the above replies suggested, It depends on the anchor you put in the title.
     
  9. edgarcuevos

    edgarcuevos Junior Member

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    Yep. That is exactly what I am going to do. The EMD would revolve around 3 different things about a thing A. And all these things are included in the domain name.
     
  10. georgemichael

    georgemichael BANNED BANNED

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    pure gold if the competition is low, cpc is high, and lot's of searches per month