Catalyst - 4:59 pm on Dec 30, 2011 (gmt 0)
Thanks for the replies all!
I just remembered something I'm going to go back and investigate that could help me figure out a way to do this.
I do local SEO, mainly Google Places optimization, but usually have to do some onsite too. Had a new client that was ranking pretty high already for everything and was totally shocked when I checked his code.
It was a Dentist and the domain was his name. But when I checked the code, there was no title tag or anything on his site. It was just one line of code for a frame that went to his developers domain. ALL the content for this Dentist's site was on a totally unrelated site like familycrafts.tld/dentistname - and he still ranked high. (Although it was a very low competition town).
But in my case I don't even care if dogs.tld ranks right now. In fact I don't even really want it to rank right now. I just need a domain to link some social profiles to for a quick project. And I can't link to a domain that's not even live yet, so I just need to give it a quick, temporary home. I just don't want this temporary solution to hurt me in the long run, if and when I finally build out the new domain.
Thanks again for the insights.