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Just Purchased A Domain That's An Exact Match For My Keywords. Wha


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#1 amcnaughton

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 08:57 PM

My site ranks on the first page of Google for my keywords ("jewelry party" and "home jewelry party").

I was offered and just purchased the domain name homejewelryparty dot com

My question is how to best put this domain name to use. People are finding my current site by searching for those keywords. Would having my ads and emarketing now refer to homejewelry party dot com?

I certainly don't want to hurt the link juice my site currently has. Any other ideas about what to do with this domain name?


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Posted 16 September 2011 - 04:18 AM

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My site ranks on the first page of Google for my keywords ("jewelry party" and "home jewelry party").
And does this NOT that "keyworded domain" is NOT important or not even particurarly useful??



homejewelryparty != "home jewelry party"

Best way you could use it is point it to your site and use it for off line marketing campaigns.

#3 piskie

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Posted 16 September 2011 - 01:00 PM

Yes, just point it (301) to your current site and you will catch some visits from Type-ins.




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