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February 18, 2004, 1:38 pm
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search engine listing. Here’s an example on a popular search term
“Credit Repair”. The url www.creditrepair.com and
www.credit-repair.com are already bought. Will you get as high a
ranking if you purchase www.creditrepair-1.com and/or
www.credit-repair-1.com? All I did was add the junk characters of ‘-1’
to the end of the url however I still have the keywords in the url.
I’m open for ideas….
Re: Adding Junk Characters to URL to Improve Search Engine Listings.
You might try something like wwww.your-credit-repair.com
But definitely hyphenate as google can see your words. creditrepair is
not a word it can give much meaning to.
I recently bought http://www.your-vacation-planner.com/ and like the
way it sounds. I also have http://www.my-next-vacation.com /
There are hundreds of variations if you get creative. You can also
check deleteddomains.com and do a power search for some great ideas
for names from recently deleted domain names.
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