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Buying hyphenated keyword domains Whitey msg:4318304 10:52 pm on May 26, 2011 (gmt 0) Where do you draw the line in terms of the number of domains on the same WHOIS and the number of hyphens in the domain name for ranking purposes? - assuming that the content is well written and different - that there is a human / system limit to how many domains can be successfully managed - minimal interlinking and/or none I notice that it's a practice that's been around for some time and that the effectiveness is dropping , but just thought I'd see what experiences are out there.
Webwork msg:4318838 11:14 pm on May 27, 2011 (gmt 0)
Perhaps it's a classic case of "if it's working I'm not tellin'" . . but AFAIK the easy-peasy days of getting to the 1-3 spot or the 4-6 spot, including by using multi-keyword-hyphenated-domains, are fading as G increasingly sculpts the SERPs. Throw in social algos, hand-checks, +/-1, brandrank, geo, etc and the free lunch bag keeps getting smaller and smaler. YMMV.