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Top Level .com domains with 30,400,000 Global Monthly Searches, Suggestions Needed.

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by intensecool, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. intensecool

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    Hey Guys,

    I recently found 2 domains with Global monthly searches at 30,400,000 with Google keyword tool.

    How much do you guys this should be worth and now what to do with those domains.
    Any ideas.

    Please suggest.
    Regards
     
  2. bk071

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    Are these exact searches?

    Also, are the domains EMDs?
     
  3. intensecool

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    The domains i got are something of this sort, like :

    If you do a keyword tool search for :
    sony music - 30,400,000
    extra search - 30,400,000

    This is just for an example.

    so the domains i got are :
    http://www.sonymusic.com
    http://www.extrasearch.com

    Like this, all the keywords only exact match.
    Hope i did not miss any detail.
     
  4. StiflersMom

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    What bk071 meant is ... are those numbers for broad or [exact] monthly searches? Did you tick the [exact] checkbox?
     
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    I just ran those two domain names through G's KY tool:

    exact match searches for "sony music": 60,500
    exact match searches for "extra search": negligible (no number shown in the tool)

    My guess is the OP is looking at the number of search results G spits out when you enter those two phrases into the G database...


    EDIT: I just saw that the OP gave those two names as an example...LOL

    OP: on the left side of Google's Adword Keyword Tool there is a section called "Match Type". Uncheck "broad" and check "exact" to see the true number of searches for the phrases you are inquiring about...
     
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    well, assuming the OP really has found a gem -
    what do you do?

    well, EMD is just one factor - how hard is the competition? Do you think you could get them to page 1? If not, you may be better off selling to someone who can do something with it.

    If you do decide to try to rank them yourself, what to do is really a matter of what the niche is (product, informational, or ?).

    For products, I like product review sites. For informational, you could just do a blog. But there are tons of things which might work better, but without knowing the niche (roughly) I don't think most of the ideas you will get will be very relevent.

    PS - in your example - you used a brand name - you didn't use a brand name in your real domain did you? that would most likely not work out so well...
     
  7. intensecool

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    Yea, i think so i made a mistake on that broad and exact stuff.
    Got to see this once again and if its broad.. guess another 2 AUTOBLOGS going to be setup on them.
    Will sell it later on may be as a complete website.
    Although yes, there is NO COMPETITION, i think i will still figure on google results.
     
  8. KraftyKyle

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    I think you misinterpreted the numbers...