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Org domain and PPC / PPA campaigns

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by roguerabbit, May 14, 2016.

  1. roguerabbit

    roguerabbit Regular Member

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    Can anybody using .org links tell me if trying to monetize them in some or other way is worthwhile
     
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    What the hell is this supposed to mean?

    You can use whatever domain extensions you want for PPC campaigns. Why would you think using a .org would hinder your monetization?

    People will click anything, the domain extension will be an almost non existent factor on the end result.

    .orgs is a respected extension anyways. It's not like you are trying to create a serious loan website on a .xyz
     
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    So a good expired .org will work adding in some hard work from my side
     
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    Generally .com, .net, .org are considered the Big 3 in terms of domain extensions.

    They've been around the longest and all 3 are recognized by the average internet user as trustable.

    However....what do you mean by expired .org and put in work?

    With PPC and PPA campaigns....expired domains are not necessarily required. You are paying to send the traffic to the website, so whether its a .org, .com, .info etc shouldn't really matter.

    If you plan on trying to use the expired .org domain to try and rank it in the search engine results, then yes a good expired .org will work just as good as a good expired .com or .net.