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keywords in domain name, plural

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aidenhera, Feb 12, 2017.

  1. aidenhera

    aidenhera Elite Member

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    Hey all

    I am buying new domain.

    All posts on this site will have a singular form of 3 keywords.

    What i want to do is to include 3 PLURAL forms of that keyword in domain because there will be singular in post anyway so i think thats smart cause its not that spammy but its like a different form

    Do you guys think that 3 keywords in domain name like keyword-keyword2-keyword3.com is alright?
    Or i should go for singular form and only 2 keywords?

    Also what are your thouhgts on internetional domains, After some reading of What Moz says ive been always thinking .COM is the best (amongst the internetional ones like org net etc) but they are somehow always taken probably not only me read moz)lol

    @edit

    Or should I go for expired domain.. But last time i bought it was shitty, and also my niche usually gets ban so its risky (game hacks)
     
  2. InstaWrite

    InstaWrite Junior Member

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    Yes it's alright. I have had a few sites with keywords stuffed in their domain name. But I usually avoid "-" between the keywords. I usually write them as keyword1keyword2keyword3.com
    But make sure they actually make some sense.
     
  3. aidenhera

    aidenhera Elite Member

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    alright i removed the hyphens and bought the domain <3

    However what about hyphens in url structure? Id like to remove them too. Or its bad for seo?
     
  4. InstaWrite

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    Well somewhere I read that in case of a tie between keyword1-keyword2-keyword3.com and keyword1keyword2keyword3.com, the latter will always be preferred. So it will rank higher than the hyphen-ed one. But I don't know if there's any real proof of that. Plus a domain looks better without any hyphen and is easier for the user to type, you know.
     
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    If you having a long term strategy - then NO, it is not a wise idea to stuff your domain with keywords. Why not create a brand domain instead?