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Keyword placement in name

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by jeeplaw, Nov 17, 2005.

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    During one of my late night domain name searches last night, I stumbled across I think a pretty profitable adsense niche. I'm a firm believer in getting keywords in the domain name, so with that preface, what has worked for you, and what hasn't worked for you in regards to..
    SEMrush
    www.redbikesTODAY.com (red bikes is a definite search term..but with the TODAY tacked on - since redbikes.com was taken - does it the domain name take a hit? Does having redbikes in the beginning of the domain make it better than having it placed towards the last 2/3s of the domain name?

    www.generalpracticeS.com (people wouldn't type in general practices to search, but they'd definately search under general practice)

    The basic assumption here is that I can populate the domains with fresh content and not have it be a filler site. And no, these two examples aren't the domains I was thinking about. ;)

    Thoughts or opinions?
     
    jeeplaw, Nov 17, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
  2. DomainLoot

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    i also like the idea of keywords in domain names...

    i don't think it makes a huge difference, but it may make a little difference EVERYDAY... and that can add up nicely.

    good luck.
    mike
     
    DomainLoot, Nov 17, 2005 IP
  3. jeeplaw

    jeeplaw Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Mike, I've made this work for me before, in fact I'm currently hitting some home runs with some holiday named/themed sites, so I think it's definately helped.

    But now, with this new niche, all the good, commonly used domains are taken. So I'm resorting to tacking other words on to the "keyword1keyword2" formula. We'll see in a couple of weeks if it works for my quick-strike mentality in SERP for a new site.
     
    jeeplaw, Nov 17, 2005 IP
  4. DomainLoot

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    great.

    also > i'm no expert, but... some search engines seem to like "keyworded" domains too, so... WHY NOT... if you can.....................within reason. :)

    mike
     
    DomainLoot, Nov 17, 2005 IP