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Discussion in 'Domain Name Forum' started by Mattlav, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. myname

    myname New Member

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    i think domain name should be short and based on keyword it will help in indexing and also it is also seo friendly url structure .
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    i think domain name should easy to remember.because you don't want to be the company with the terrific website that no one can ever remember to tell their friends about because they can't remember the domain name.
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    yeh.. I agree with you... at all/
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    Luibokoretti New Member

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    yes i am agree with your opinion
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    It depends. If you are building a web application that will probably be accessed directly, a tool that would help people, then yes, a shorter TLD would be better. But if you're building an educational site on a specific niche, then chances are most people will come through a search engine and will not come back too often. In that case having a relevant keyword in the TLD could help you quite a bit in achieving better rankings (however, not so much as it used to be before Panda and Penguin).
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    Michael James Swan New Member

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    I think that it is part and part.

    A shorter domain name can be easier to remember, and may even be easier to brand than those of a larger kind.

    Then again, I think that a longer domain name that has all the relevant keywords in (not spammy though) would be just as good.

    Obviously that is providing that your domain is not XZYMSKDhostingNS.com or something really silly like that.

    The domain name "should" make sense, unless you have a "large" budget for branding and marketing.
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    I like short domains, but the length of a domain isn't everything. It's the name that matters, if you have a good name you'll know it. That's how I feel about the name of my forum ThePokerTalk.com. I'd prefer to have PokerTalk.com, but ThePokerTalk.com is still a excellent domain name.
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    Short names are usually more stylish than long and hard-to-remember ones. Also, short domains tend to be "unique" more often. What would you think if Amazon wasn't Amazon, but something like Buybooksandstuffonline dot com? That would sound so generic and easy to mistake for another similar domain.
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    domain name is always small and attractive for all.
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    Yes, I agree with you. All my websites I have has short catchy name. I say between 5-10 letter on each domain I have. I prefer the short catchy names because people can remember them without an problem.
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    I agree with the short and catchy name. The one that would be easily remembered.

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