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Which domain name would be better to get?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SilverBack, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. SilverBack

    SilverBack Newbie

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    So which domain would be better to get and rank for in
    the search engines..

    n a m e + r e p o r t + . c + o + m

    OR

    n a m e + r e v i e w + . n + e + t

    im leaning towards the . c + o + m because its a . c + o + m but
    idk if having "report" rather then "review" will impact the site.
    do more people search for [item + review] than [item + report]
    or is it rough the same?
    what do you think? what words do you tend to use to replace
    "review" if already taken.

    P.S. its F U C K N ridiculous that i cant even write a domain name layout
    with F U C K N huge gaps linking to nothing without triggering the submission
    error warning. had to figure out how to get it in the post. would have
    normally said F U C K this post but the domain names the only reason
    im writing this LOL. took me fucking 20 mins or so to write this because
    of that b u l l s h i t like Da F u c k
     
  2. GodLy

    GodLy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Or you can use simple quote and it will take 30s :)
     
  3. GreyKnight

    GreyKnight Regular Member

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    It's also fucking annoying for people to just put up shits concerning the forum without consulting the forum rules.
    It's fucking forbidden to post up links, if you just fucking read. And if you write up something like www.hello.com, it's a link, and for new users it's forbidden.
    It took me less than a minute to write up this fucking post, and I give zero fucks what you think about me.

    Respect the rules. It's how you will SURVIVE your own life.

    Regarding your question, you should check first the specific keyword, which one gets the most searches in your area? Which one has less competition?
     
  4. divok

    divok Senior Member

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    This attitude would get you no where .
    I would go with .net one .
     
  5. Logician

    Logician BANNED BANNED

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    Why you so mad bro?
     
  6. dafoss

    dafoss Registered Member

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    Getting back to original topic, review will be slightly better but it doesn't make MUCH difference
     
  7. SilverBack

    SilverBack Newbie

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    lmfao GreyKnight words with spaces and symbols is not a link lol and if you think it still is then go ahead a try to click the link i posted if you can lol. you posted a link and i cant post words with spaces. even writing D _ O_ T in parentheses with spaces triggered the errors like really and its not the name or specific keyword that is my concern. Let me be clear.. is it better to go with a n _ e _ t that has the word "review" at the end or is better to go with a c _ o _ m that has the word "report" at the end? the debate is whether i should got with "review" that has a lower TLD( n _ e _ t) or "report" that has a higher TLD( c _ o _ m) at the end.. which one would you go with go with?
     
  8. edgematch

    edgematch Elite Member

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    Really why are you so angry? beaten by your wife?

    BTW, OP, review option seems better IMHO.
     
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