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Which domain name would be best I have a few choices coosblues msg:695065 5:44 am on Oct 29, 2003 (gmt 0) I'm in the process of deciding on the best name for a new website. The city (which I want included) is two words, although if you check for it on google as one word the serps ask did you mean: citypartA cityprtB
My choices are:
cityacitybtypeofwebsite citya-citybtypeofwebsite citya-cityb-typeofwebsite
Speeeedy msg:695066 5:10 am on Oct 30, 2003 (gmt 0)
Uhh.. you can tell us the City lol I think it sounds too long of a URL for starters.
Why not CityACityBtypeofsite or CityACityBsite or siteCityACityB? Try not to use hyphens in a dot-com if possible, only when crucially needed.
Never forget that long URL's are a pain in the arse for users to remember and spend their time typing out.
tigger msg:695067 5:53 am on Oct 30, 2003 (gmt 0)
if your going to be after SE traffic then the one with hyphens is the best one TGecho msg:695068 5:45 pm on Oct 30, 2003 (gmt 0)
In other words, go for both. Hyphens for SE, no hyphens for people.