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Key Words Vs. Long Tale Key Words
Posted 22 May 2008 - 04:04 PM
When somebody buys a domain it is enough to have key words in it or it is a better choice to have long-tail-key in it.
Can somebody with more experience advise me?
As tools I use Google keywords and tools.seobook.com
There is something else I should use?
Posted 22 May 2008 - 04:20 PM
Posted 22 May 2008 - 11:00 PM
You will find many reasons to consider other then keyword popularity when choosing your domain.
Especially since most sites get very little action from their top few keywords. IE the top 5 keywords are responsible for less then 10%-20% of SE traffic. On top of that, often these are now known during the early days of the site (when you buy the domain name).
Personally, I do find a use for small sites targeting (and built to convert) very small groups of keywords. But, usually not as a primary website. These may use keyworded domain names.
But, deciding "key words in it or it is a better choice to have long-tail-key in it". You'll need to be able to spot your chances for ranking for that keyword (keyword in the domain name is by no means a silver bullet) and the value that'll bring you. This is case specific.
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