Quick Keyword Matching Domain Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by lllusion, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. lllusion

    lllusion Newbie

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    Long time lurker here but I'm trying to get more active - hey guys! :) Just a quick quick question. Searched around a little but couldn't find any info regarding this. (Also sometimes I'm blind as a bat - if this has already been mentioned my bad). I have a nice aged domain that I want to rank for a 2 word keyword phrase, but the domain is 3 keywords and the word in the middle splits up the phrase.

    Random Example:

    Keyword Target ---> "colorado snowboarding"

    My domain ---> "snowboardinginfocolorado" [with a sexy domain age]

    So yeah, my domain isn't exactly EXACT match to the keywords in perfect order but rather sort of like the example above - but it has a nice 5 years of age to work with. I'm assuming google will still recognize the keywords and see this domain as relevant to them. However, is it really that big of a deal that my domain is like this? Would registering a brand new domain like "coloradosnowboardinginfo" be a smarter thing to do or should I just stick with my 5 year old aged one? I'm thinking the latter but I'd love some input from you guys. I appreciate all the great knowledge and help as usual. Cheers. :D
     
  2. rogerebert

    rogerebert Registered Member

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    Stick with the 5 yr old domain with good content, meta, keywords, links. The difference in organic search between the 2 is nominal. But organic does not guarantee traffic.