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Anyone any experience with the following

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Msg#: 254 posted 8:13 am on May 5, 2001 (gmt 0)

Im curious if any of you have any experience with using domain names in a non english language...for example if you where promoting the word kitchen, how well would the domain cuisine.com do etc!
Any thoughts would be appreciated!



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Msg#: 254 posted 7:31 pm on May 5, 2001 (gmt 0)

Domain names in local language seem to be doing well in many European engines, so I am recommending that to all customers. Stick a keyword (or two with a hyphen) in there and use the same word(s) in title. Does the trick in my experience.


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Msg#: 254 posted 9:00 pm on May 5, 2001 (gmt 0)

Thanks for your reply...i am always telling people to not use domain names with a hyphen, and i was really interested how well these names do in the likes of google now that it is beginning to translate pages into whatever language!
I have noticed a LOT of very good non english one word domain names with very high click keywords...probably estimated 2000 a day in google alone...so i was curious how well these could do, as the domain name can make a big difference in the se these days especially one worders!

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