| 8:55 am on Oct 21, 2013 (gmt 0)|
If youre going to start a Web Host I think you should already know the answer by now.
Anyway, .com is more suitable.
Why not try TexasWebHosting?
| 9:13 am on Oct 21, 2013 (gmt 0)|
dailypress thanks for your reply.
You mean use of keywords in domain won't be the problem ? Actually I am asking this because we all know that there was an Exact Match Domain update by Google [2 yrs ago]. And this update devalued the ranking of websites which contained the keywords in their domain, definitely quality issue was there.
|Anyway, .com is more suitable. |
why .com ? What if, I choose domain with .net.
| 9:30 am on Oct 21, 2013 (gmt 0)|
dot net sounds vaguely more professional, and it generally doesn't cost more. Sometimes even less.
dot org sounds funny in this context. Sooner or later people will start asking why their nonprofit host keeps raising their rates ;)
| 10:30 am on Oct 21, 2013 (gmt 0)|
EMD update has not devalued and dropped rankings of domains that has keywords in it but it dropped domains with keywords in it and low quality content. There are still several several sites ranking high and getting preference from the Big G which have exact keyword match domain because their content quality. If you will focus on high content quality especially if you will update it on regular basis say then it really won't be an issue.
An advice: Focus on quality and making a better website instead of search engine rankings.
Hope it helps!
| 11:56 am on Oct 21, 2013 (gmt 0)|
WebMarketingExpert thanks for your reply but I still have little confusion in your following line [quoted]
|dropped rankings of domains that has keywords in it but it dropped domains with keywords in it |
It's not clear to me :(
| 3:51 am on Nov 2, 2013 (gmt 0)|
It is not clear because you need to read the whole sentence (I know it is a long one!):
|EMD update has not devalued and dropped rankings of domains that has keywords in it but it dropped domains with keywords in it and low quality content. |
What it says is:
- Keyword domains that have dropped were low quality.
- And that high quality keyword domains were not affected.
| 1:03 pm on Nov 4, 2013 (gmt 0)|
Thanks Mod. for the clarifications.