Getting an Ard-Ground le Fearainn

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Oibríonn na gnéithe is mó de Sinsearach ar "cothrom" talamh.

Níl cuma cé chomh eisiach agus ard-chaighdeán is backlink, is féidir le do iomaitheoirí a fháil i gcónaí ar backlink ar comhionann a luach.

Is cuma cé chomh hábhartha is alt, is féidir le do iomaitheoirí a scríobh i gcónaí alt ábhartha eochairfhocal chineál céanna.

Is féidir le beagnach gach gné de Sinsearach a dhúbailt do freasúra.

Mar sin, nuair a fhaigheann tú gné de Sinsearach atá go hiomlán unbalanced - agus éifeachtach go leor gur féidir é a barr na scálaí i gcoinne an suíomh na gcuideachtaí il-milliún dollar - is fiú a fhios agam conas an ngné a úsáid chun do bhuntáiste.

Fiú pictiúr ar míle focal.

Oscail suas Samurai Mhargaidh agus ag féachaint ar an Sinsearach maitrís Comórtas do "Cártaí Creidmheasa".

Feicfidh tú a fheiceáil 10 torthaí go bhfuil cuma ar a lán mar seo:

Rud ar bith aisteach faoi deara?

D'fhéadfadh sé a bheith rud éigin go atá tú ag feiceáil i do nideoige féin. D'fhéadfadh tú faoi deara fiú beagnach gach uair a dhéanann tú cuardach Google.

Nochtann na 10 torthaí scéal tábhachtach faoi cheann de na nósanna imeachta chun laofachtaí mór Google.

A ligean ar tosú ag féachaint ar an 2ú thoradh air sin, agus leanúint ar aghaidh tríd na torthaí anseo thíos é.

Visa, MasterCard, American Express - gach ainm ollmhór, a shamhlaítear leis an téarma "cártaí creidmheasa".

I dtéarmaí ábhartha inneall cuardaigh - na suímh seo (shamhlaítear leis an téarma "cártaí creidmheasa" féin) Tá roinnt de na suíomhanna cárta creidmheasa is ábhartha ar líne.

Thíos sin, tá roinnt seirbhísí gcomparáid cárta creidmheasa, agus soláthraithe beaga cárta creidmheasa, mar shampla Discover Cárta, Citi agus Chase - an saghas "meascán" de shuímh gur mhaith leat a bheith ag súil de ghnáth a fháil ar chuardach torthaí inneall leathanach ... Gach ábhartha láithreáin, ach le leibhéil níos ísle údaráis agus ábharthacht.

Ach an chéad toradh ...

Seo áit a fháil rudaí suimiúla ...

Is é an chéad toradh ar an leathanach www.creditcards.com

Suíonn sé chun tosaigh ar Visa, MasterCard, American Express agus - gach il-billiún dollar cuideachtaí buiséid margaíochta a d'fhéadfadh a cheannach tír bheag ...

Tá a n-ainmneacha a shamhlaítear le na focail "cártaí creidmheasa" ...

Tá siad neart naisc PageRank ard, lena n-áirítear naisc ó roinnt de na suíomhanna is mó agus is mó cáil ar líne ...

Agus 100,000 s naisc níos mó ná a rival níos lú ...

... Agus fós tá siad curtha buailte leis an Punch - tá siad le chéile ar David versus Goliath scéal fíor leis seo "creditcards.com".

An scéal repeats féin ...

Tá sé an rud is féidir leat a fheiceáil i go praiticiúil ar bith nideoige eochairfhocal anailís agat.

Láithreáin níos lú le réimsí eochairfhocal-Optamaithe ag feiceáil a n-iarrachtaí Sinsearach magnified le himeacht ama - a thabhairt dóibh buntáiste míchothrom a ligeann dóibh chun iomaitheoirí a boast naisc níos mó, ábhar níos fearr, PageRanks níos airde agus níos mó outrank.

A ligean ar breathnú níos doimhne isteach an anailís Sinsearach chun é a fheiceáil i ngníomh ...

Seo iad na torthaí lasmuigh leathanach arís ó modúl Comórtas Sinsearach Margadh Samurai ar.

www.creditcards.com Tá PageRank is ísle (PR) de na réimsí ar an gcéad leathanach na dtorthaí, agus níos lú Backlinks ar an Leathanach (BLP) agus Backlinks don Fearann ​​(BLD) ná an chuid is mó de chuid iomaitheoirí.

Is é an aois fearainn thart ar par le an chuid is mó de na fearainn ann (tá roinnt níos airde, tá roinnt níos ísle).

Ach tá sé soiléir gné amháin beagnach go heisiach as láthair ón gcomórtas - tá sé ar an "cártaí creidmheasa" eochairfhocal in ainm fearainn.

Léiríonn sé seo cé chomh luachmhar is féidir é a fháil eochairfhocal-Optamaithe fearainn maith.

Dhéanamh ainmneacha fearainn Dea Sinsearach a lán iomlán níos éasca.

Siad ghiaráilFormhéadaigh do chuid iarrachtaí Sinsearach - ionas go mbeidh gach nasc tú a thógáil, nó earra a chruthú duit comhaireamh, níos mó go mór i dtreo do rátálacha - ionas gur féidir leat a chur in obair níos lú ná do iomaitheoirí agus fós a fháil ar an éifeacht chéanna (nó níos fearr).

Tugann sé seo duit buntáiste láidir thar do opponents.

Smaoinigh ar an luach ag fáil torthaí níos fearr, le níos lú ama agus iarrachta.

D'fhéadfadh sé a chiallaíonn go bhfuil tú níos mó ama ar do lámha a chaitheamh ar feabhas a chur ar do shuíomh ar bhealaí eile? D'fhéadfadh go gciallódh a gheobhaidh tú níos mó cuairteoirí? D'fhéadfadh go gciallódh díolacháin níos mó? D'fhéadfadh go gciallódh brabúis níos mó?

Na deiseanna a ghiaráil go bhfuil do chuid torthaí i Sinsearach annamh.

Tá baint úsáide as eochairfhocal uasmhéadú fearainn ar cheann de na cúpla "jiu jitsu-" teicnící Sinsearach go bhfanfaidh fós éifeachtach, ag ligean duit a úsáid a bhaint as claonadh trom an innill chuardaigh 'i leith eochairfhocal uasmhéadú fearainn le do bhuntáiste.

Mar sin, cad ba cheart duit a anois?

4 Pointí Gnímh maidir le Ag baint úsáide as na Fearainn hÉifeachtach

  1. Bain úsáid as Eochairfhocal Fearainn do Sinsearach - Ar ndóigh má tá tú ag a chur ar bun ar shuíomh nua, agus mar aidhm tú a infheistiú i Sinsearach chun cuairteoirí a mhealladh, a fháil eochairfhocal uasmhéadú fearainn.
  2. Smaoinigh Bogadh chuig Fearann ​​Eochairfhocal - Má tá tú a leagtar ach suas ar shuíomh, agus tá sé fós ina chéim luath, a mheas ag bogadh go eochairfhocal uasmhéadú fearainn. Má tá tú an suíomh sine, ní a d'fhéadfadh an cinneadh a bheith chomh soiléir-gearrtha áfach, mar gheall ar bogadh go dtí an t-ainm fearainn nua a chiallaíonn de ghnáth ag tosú as an nua i súile an innill chuardaigh.
  3. Coinnigh Do Competitiors Amach - Seiceáil do, agus a fháil, ar aon réimsí eochairfhocal ard-luach i do mhargadh. Cuimhnigh: is cuma cé chomh rathúil a thagann tú a bheith féidir leat a bheith i gcónaí unseated ag iomaitheoir ar a bhfuil réimse keyword.com - mar sin, fiú más rud é nach bhfuil tú ag úsáid na fearainn láithreach tú féin, tú féin a chosaint agus a iomaitheoirí féideartha amach as do nideoige a choinneáil ag a bhfuil ar réimsí contúirteacha duit féin.
  4. Just a Fan I gcás Cad Suas Next ... - Thar an tseachtain seo chugainn, táimid ag dul chun druilire níos doimhne agus níos doimhne isteach an gcaoi a fháil, roghnaigh agus réimsí a úsáid go héifeachtach do Sinsearach, agus breathnú ar roinnt de na teicnící chun cinn go n-úsáideann domainers gairmiúla dynamite a dhaingniú fearainn, agus outrank ar bun iomaitheoirí ard-PageRank mar a bhí siad ag cur candy ó leanaí.

Cuimhnigh chun féachaint ar an bhlag, agus do r-phost, don tráthchuid seo chugainn ar úsáid a bhaint as réimsí maidir le Sinsearach.

Arís, thar an tseachtain seo chugainn atá muid ag dul a bheith ag clúdach roinnt straitéisí beag ar a dtugtar chun cinn le haghaidh ainmneacha fearainn, le cnónna-agus-bolts conas a-shamplaí - agus tá sé rud éigin nach mbeidh tú ag iarraidh a chailleann.

Brent Hodgson le comh-bhunaitheoir Noble Samurai, agus speisialaithe margaíochta ar an idirlíon.

Brent Tá 68 post (í) i scríbhinn do Noble Samurai

208 freagairtí ar "Getting an Ard-Ground le Fearainn"

  1. Hey Brent,

    Yep, níl cinnte cruthúnas go bhfaigheann ainm fearainn a thagann le do eochairfhocal torthaí.

    Dála an scéil, d'fhreastail mé ar na mallaibh SMX Thiar i Santa Clara, California, a raibh ard-ups ó Google, Yahoo! agus Bing i láthair chomh maith agus a labhairt ar Q & A painéil; tugadh faoi deara go bhfuil Bing (ar a laghad le haghaidh anois) a chur ar a lán de réir meáchain ina algartam rangú ar an t-ainm fearainn.

    A ligean ar aghaidh é, ainm fearainn go IS do eochairfhocal barr-leibhéil ÉIS beagnach a bheith ina léiriú ar "cad é an suíomh seo faoi?" Nuair / róbónna thaispeáint ar an damháin alla a crawl suas agus innéacs.

    Níl sé "cearrbhachas córas siad" a dhéanamh do shuíomh ar fad revolve thart ar do ainm fearainn; i ndáiríre, i amháin bán-hata téarmaí Sinsearach, má NÍ do shuíomh ar fad revolve around eochairfhocal ar leith agus a úsáideann tú caighdeánach "Google ceadaithe" teicnící Sinsearach, AGUS tá do ábhar úr agus tá - ÚSÁIDEACHA AGUS ÁBHARTHA don chuairteoir, ansin do shuíomh Is blessing ar an "cesspool an idirlín" (a athinsint Google féin Eric Schmidt).

    Tá roinnt rudaí a d'fhéadfadh tú a mheas ag caint faoi, Brent, maidir le hainmneacha fearainn agus imréitigh an aer ar:

    1. Mura féidir leat a fháil ar do ainm fearainn chluiche cruinn, agus is mian leat a mhodhnú, cad iad na cleachtais is fearr maidir le:
    A. fleiscíní nó aon fleiscíní idir na focail sa keyphrase
    B. cur focal ar an tús nó ag deireadh an bhfearann ​​/ abairt - (? Ag an deireadh, ceart) a bhfuil níos fearr
    C. roghanna TLD: .com vs .org, .net, etc.

    Ar ndóigh, tá Sinsearach sprioc ag gluaiseacht agus iad siúd atá ag lorg freagraí deiridh a díomá mar a athraíonn halgartaim himeacht ama, agus de réir mar a athraíonn an dóigh thorthaí taispeáint an SE freisin.

    Coinnigh na poist atá le teacht, Brent, go maith i gcónaí a fheiceann tú! Nuair atá do físeán oiliúna superb in aice teacht amach? Is mian chailín -my a fháil amach! ;-)

    Fearr,
    David

  2. Mór-airteagal agus pointe. Táimid ag glacadh leis mar sin go mbeidh ár n-uirlis eochairfhocal gairid ar an-tógtha i cumas a sheiceáil ar infhaighteacht eochairfhocal ainm fearainn saibhir mar táimid ag obair taobh istigh samurai margadh. Súil go dtosnódh, beidh sé seo a bheith uasghrádú go dtí an uirlis go luath.

    Go raibh maith agat,
    Bob

    Ar
    Ríomhthráchtáil Gréasáin fhreagair:

    Bheadh ​​sé seo a bheith ina gné iontach

  3. Conas a dhéanann luach Google é má tá tú ainm fearainn go bhfuil na heochairfhocail, ach tá sé dírithe ar an bhfearann ​​eile? Mar shampla, tá tú bhfearann ​​cineálach go bhfuil ábhar ar go leor de na cineálacha jewellry. Ceann de na hábhair is, a rá, "5 diamaint carat". Cheannaíonn tú an bhfearann ​​"5caratdiamonds.com" agus é a chur in iúl go dtí an leathanach ábhartha ar do shuíomh jewellry iomlán. Tionchar?

    Ar
    Sinsearach Cuideachta Guildford fhreagair:

    Tema,

    Thats a dtugtar 301 athsheolaidh agus a úsáidtear go coitianta i Sinsearach. Google Tá ráite le déanaí (thart 6month-1 bliain ó shin) nach bhfuil sé 100% sásta leis an gcleachtas seo, agus tá tuairiscí gur féidir é a mbeadh tionchar diúltach dá ndéanfaí ar scála mór.

    Go mbeadh tú a bheith níos fearr as ag fáil an bhfearann ​​eochairfhocal saibhir agus é a úsáid mar chineál de leathanach squeeze le daoine a fháil chun cliceáil tríd go dtí an ceann is mó.

    Sin ar bhealach tú príomhshuíomh Faigheann naisc agus tráchta ó na eochairfhocal dlúth, agus nach bhfuil tú fearg Google.

    Ar
    Ty Hallsted fhreagair:

    Ceist a bhaineann ...

    Má tá tú ag óstáil URL (abair http://www.keywordrichdomain.com ) agus tá an suíomh ar líne php amháin, mar shampla header ("Suíomh: http://www.myrealsite.com/ ") a bheidh, google innéacs http: //www.keywordrichdomain.com nó overlook go hiomlán é?

    Ar
    Sinsearach Cuideachta Guildford fhreagair:

    Hey Ty,

    Beidh sé innéacs an keywordrichdomain.com - áfach, nach bhfuil sé a tactic go hiomlán eiticiúil.

    Tá sé i bhfad níos fearr a chur ar chineál éigin ábhar ar keywordrichdomain.com agus ansin go simplí nasc go dtí mainsite.com. Beidh úsáideoirí agus Google araon é a fheiceáil mar láithreán dlisteanach, beidh sé innéacs go maith, agus beidh na húsáideoirí deireadh fós ar bun a cheannach ó mainsite.com

  4. 4
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 2:32
    Fred dúirt:

    An bhfuil fhormáid seo an éifeacht chéanna?
    http://Www.domain.com/main-keyword.html

    Ar
    Seirbhísí Airteagal Aighneacht fhreagair:

    nope, ní mór duit a bheith ar an eochairfhocal cruinn mar do ainm fearainn phríomh

    Ar
    Gareth fhreagair:

    yes Fred, más féidir leat a bhaint as sé ceart, Breathnaíonn google ach sa URL do na heochairfhocail, is é an buntáiste amháin a bhfuil keyword.com bhí gach gné amháin eile de Sinsearach mar an gcéanna, áfach, i gcás cártaí creidmheasa, ba mhaith liom glacadh leis go leor Nach bhfuil codanna den Sinsearach mar an gcéanna, cuimhnigh il milliún $$ nach bhfuil na cuideachtaí imní ort i ndáiríre faoi thrácht orgánach, siad díreach suas an tairiscint AdWords agus tweak ann suímh chun na críche sin, is é an cuardach orgánach i ndáiríre clós súgartha affiliate. agus an chuid is mó den am tá sé ach affiliate a outranked an guys mór, mar sin cén fáth a bhfuil siad ag dul a íoc faoi dhó? Is é an affiliate de ghnáth níos saoire ná speisialtóireachta Sinsearach.

    Is féidir aon suíomh gréasáin céim d'aon eochairfhocal go teoiriciúil, agus sa sampla thuas, is é an aois fearainn 12 bliain, ach tá MasterCard i dtríú aon aois fearainn, a thabhairt dó bliana agus a bheidh duine a bheith ar dtús?

  5. Scríobh mé post teideal den chineál céanna "Fearann ​​Ainm Sinsearach Power" - chomh maith ag baint úsáide as Samurai Mhargaidh go Analise a sheiceáil amach anseo http://vincesamios.com/internetmarketing/domain-name-seo-power

    Ar
    Kenneth Holk fhreagair:

    Vince,

    Dealraíonn uait a fháil fearainn. Tá mé ceist ar do shon nó duine éigin eile a bhfuil aithne aige: má tá mé an t-ainm fearainn com-bestbuy.com agus a chruthú mé subdomain ligeann, leabhair a bheidh sé breathnú mar seo books.com-bestbuy.com rá
    An mbeidh go domainname ag fáil toradh maith sa chuardach?
    I mo thuairimse, caithfidh sé a bheith níos fearr ná eochairfhocal fada ar nós
    buymybestbooks.com

    Agus maith agat Noble Samurai do airteagal maith werry !!

  6. 6
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 2:42
    Peter Rose dúirt:

    Go raibh maith agat as airteagal an-fhaisnéiseach. Dhá rud a earrach chun cuimhne ... a fháil réimse mór / eochairfhocal ar cheann amháin ar nideoige, ní google níos creidiúint a thabhairt do síneadh com dot seachas .net nó .org?

    Chomh maith leis sin bheadh ​​sé stuama ainm fearainn a chlárú sna trí TLD barr ar díreach tar éis a choinneáil ar an iomaitheoirí ag bá?

    Tá mé a bailíodh fearainn eochairfhocal éagsúla thar na 2 bhliain anuas mar sin go raibh mé iad a chur níos fearr chun dea-úsáid.

  7. Againn atá le feiceáil roinnt torthaí maithe le réimsí eochairfhocal saibhir, ach atá le feiceáil againn freisin roinnt teipeanna. Mar sin féin, tríd is cosúil é a cabhrú leat.

    d

  8. Aontaím leis Tema Frank, ba mhaith liom freisin es fhios ag an tionchar a dírithe fearainn mór keyworded ar mo fearainn atá ann faoi láthair. An mbeadh an obair seo nó a thabhairt dom buntáiste thar mo iomaitheoirí?

  9. 9
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 2:48
    Dexx dúirt:

    An cumas a bheith in ann a aimsiú eochairfhocal dírithe URLanna fearainn ar fáil trí Marketer Samurai bheadh ​​uirlis iontach nua a bheith acu!

    Tá a fhios agam gur féidir le roinnt cláir bogearraí (Kr) é seo a dhéanamh, agus mar sin a def. doable ...

    ~ Dexx

  10. 10
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 2:51
    Dúirt Ryan:

    Tá sé seo suimiúil. Féach ar blogs go leor / ailt / nuachtlitreacha atá léite agam, is é an tairiseach amháin sna hailt 'faisnéiseach' go bhfuil an t-ainm fearainn ar an ábharthacht a laghad i optimizing do shuíomh. Is léir go bhfuil na bogearraí seo cóip fianaise crua chun a chruthú go smaoineamh mícheart.

    Go raibh maith agat as do chuid ama Brent.

  11. Keywords roimh an com iompar meáchan a lán níos mó. N'fheadar http://www.credit-cards.com ndéanann an meáchan céanna nó níos fearr. Feicthe agam torthaí diúltacha ag na heochairfhocail a chur sa bhfo-leathanaigh ... cosúil http://www.yourwebsite.com/creditcards.html . D'fhéadfadh an éascaíocht apparant seo go bhfuil Google ag smaoineamh faoi dhó faoi a thabhairt duit creidmheasa.

    Ba mhór agam freisin aon ionchur ar an luach coibhneasta réimsí ar aghaidh. Ligean le rá go bhfuil tú an suíomh ar bun ach ba mhaith a bheith acu chomh maith le réimse eochairfhocal saibhir. An bhfaigheann tú aon chreidmheas chun é (trí chur ar aghaidh chuig an bhfearann ​​fréimhe?)

  12. Is é seo an teicníc an-chumhachtach a úsáid mé chun cabhrú le gnólachtaí áitiúla céim níos airde le haghaidh téarmaí Geotargeted.

    Tá an chuid is fearr mar gheall ar an t-ainm fearainn agus eochairfhocal teaglama go bhfuil sé beagnach limitless mar tháirgí / smaointe agus téarmaí nua a rugadh ó lá go lá.

    Cinnte, roinnt cinn clasaiceach, mar shampla "cártaí creidmheasa" athrú wont .. geall liom d'fhéadfaí tú a dhéanamh a reáchtáil ag "athchóiriú cúram sláinte" agus cas go isteach i suíomh árachais thiomáint.

    -rs

  13. Aontaím le do anailís. Mar sin féin, tá Google suim acu i taithí úsáideora is fearr - tá sé an chaoi a choimeád ar bun siad sciar den mhargadh. Mar sin, tá mo prediction i 2010 go mbeidh "Google Fearann ​​Slap" - beidh siad a choigeartú a n-algartam chun cosc ​​a chur seo a claonadh sa todhchaí. Marcáil mo focail, tá an "Google Fearann ​​Slap" ag teacht.

  14. An bhfuil an coincheap seo a chur thru le fo-fearainn?

  15. Cad mar gheall ar fo-fearainn? Is é mo thuiscint go gcaitheann an innill chuardaigh iad mar fearainn ar leith, ligeann sin a rá go raibh tú a dhéanamh ar shuíomh athbhreithniú a táirge ar chártaí creidmheasa. Ar mhaith creditcards.yourproductsearch.com céim go maith?

  16. Brent, tá mé in ann breathnú seo go díreach le suíomh cliant nua. Eochairfhocal mé taighde ag baint úsáide as Samurai Mhargaidh chun a chinneadh eochairfhocal fearainn saibhir inmharthana. Na rátálacha ag bogadh suas go laethúil cé go bhfuil muid ag cur i gcónaí ábhar.

  17. Go hiomlán ceart ar an airgead. Rinne mé díreach, d'athraigh an suíomh gréasáin nua gan aon focail sa réimse a eochairfhocal fearainn Optamaithe (bhí sé a lán oibre) agus cinnte go leor - láithreach ag barr Bing, Yahoo leanas go gairid tar éis, agus máirseáil díreach suas na céimeanna ar Google. Ar ndóigh, fostaithe mé go léir na cleachtais Sinsearach eile is fearr chomh maith. Mar sin féin, nach bhfuil sé seo straitéis maith do níos sine, fearainn bunaithe go maith fiú mura bhfuil siad eochairfhocail iontu. Claonadh agam chun smaoineamh go meas Google aois agus tóir i bhfad níos mó ná mar a eochairfhocail - gach rud eile a bheith cothrom.

  18. Is é seo an fhaisnéis a dtugtar ach a bhuíochas do na Brent nuashonrú. Más mian MarketSamurai gné den sórt sin a chomhtháthú sa uirlis mbeadh sé luach breise do marketeers inneall cuardaigh.

    Mhéin,
    Erdal

  19. 19
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 3:05
    Matej dúirt:

    Is í an cheist ...

    Ar chóir dúinn dul leis an suíomh amháin húdarás mór nó na céadta de láithreáin nideoige mar mholadh agat. I mo thuairimse, go bhfuil buntáistí agus na míbhuntáistí ar an dá bhealach. Cinnte i eochairfhocal fearainn saibhir gheobhaidh tú roinnt grá don eochairfhocal, ach le leathanach údarás agus leis an ainm eochairfhocal eolaire (chomh fós i url) gheobhaidh tú níos mó grá ag fáil le haghaidh earraí nua a nglactar tapúla, gheobhaidh tú roinnt sú nasc ó údarás fearainn is mó, agus b'fhéidir ar cheann de na rud is tábhachtaí, nach bhfuil tú ag risking a slap google a ghabhann leis an láithreáin micrea, mar beidh sé tarlú luath nó mall, mar SERPs fáil spammed leo cosúil ifreann ...

    Is é mo thuairim go fóill chun dul leis an suíomh údarás mór deas amháin agus i do chás-staidéar, más rud é go mbeadh víosa a chur visa.com/creditcards, sílim go mbeadh siad a fháil ar an chéad áit i am ar bith. Díreach tar éis mo thuairim cé.

    Cheers!

  20. An bhfuil go bhfuil sé? A fhios ag gach moncaí Sinsearach go cleas :-)

    Tá google Cuir isteach focal sonrach go mór ualaithe i réimse ar feadh i bhfad, ní hamháin .coms - chomh .nets agus .orgs (is féidir céim níos airde i gcásanna áirithe)

    Is féidir le Eochairfhocal Rockstar teacht ar na heochairfhocail do do nideoige agus ansin go léir a sheiceáil na clárúcháin bhfearann ​​chomh maith.

    Keywords ag tús seachas deireadh más féidir - tá hypens ceart go leor, tá mé le feiceáil torthaí ard le fleiscíní, cé nach bhfuil úsáideoirí claonadh a cliceáil iad a oiread.

    Google úsáidí níos mó ná 200 fachtóirí éagsúla chun fearainn céim, mar sin tá sé seo ach píosa amháin de na bhfreagra, is gá duit a dhéanamh na rudaí eile chomh maith, cosúil le eochairfhocal-saibhir backlinks maith ó láithreáin PR ard eochairfhocal mar seo.

    Ar
    Cártaí Tiomsú Airgid fhreagair:

    Dave I mo thuairimse, chaill tú an pointe .... Tá tú ag fáil ceart backlinks maith go maith ... ACH FÉIDIR dhuine ar bith DO GO féidir aon duine a cheannach NACH an bhfearann ​​keyword.com ... Is féidir ach 1 duine

    Is féidir ach 1 duine ... ..

    Is féidir ach duine amháin ....

  21. Dhéanann Samurai Mhargaidh a thabhairt dúinn a lán faisnéise. an bhlag thugann dúinn eolas níos maith.

    mé fós fuath dul fosta sa tóir áitiúil ag cuideachtaí nach bhfuil ar shuíomh gréasáin fiú!

    Ar
    ard rangú inneall cuardaigh fhreagair:

    Conas a dhéanann duine a fháil fosta i cuardaigh áitiúil ag cuideachta gan ar an suíomh gréasáin?

  22. Tá sé seo ag glacadh leis go mbeidh google luach i gcónaí ar an t-ainm fearann ​​mar chuid den chuardach. Tá a fhios againn go léir an NÁ luach i láthair na huaire an t-ainm fearainn ... Cad a fheiceann mé amach go bhfuil a lán de na hainmneacha fearainn eochairfhocal agus na suímh féin uafásach. Don chuid is mó, is cosúil go bhfuil an t-ainm fearainn meaitseála do eochairfhocal beagnach i gcónaí NACH ar an suíomh go bhfuil an chuid is mó luachmhar agus ábhartha.

    Ós eol Google, is é an rud éigin a athrú nuair a / má realize siad go bhfuil siad 'luacháil' suímh a bhfuil i ndáiríre luach beag.

  23. 23

    I have heard of this stragety before, but still not very versitle in figuring out what are good keywords and what are not. I also had the same question as Tema. How does Google look on a site that has a good keyword DNS, but is redirected to another site?

  24. This would seem to be a reasonable argument but having the keyword rich domain name is only one part of it there is much more to it if you think not go get any domain with ” Dog ” in it and try and rank in your life time you may not rank competition for that niche is just as important sure you may rank some day but are you willing to work on it for the next two or three years to break top ten Credit Cards is another that you will never break into the competition is just too great better off looking in a niche not so dominated

  25. 25
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 3:08 am
    Jon Porter said:

    I knew keywords in the domain name were important, but I never realized the magnifying effect they have. Great info!

  26. I have the domain thephotographyartist.com

    When ever my keyword for “photography artist” reaches a 2nd page listing I kicked way back – like down to 400 sometimes.

    Why does Google hate me?

  27. I got some good result by adding keyword in domain name. But it is really very difficult to get a domain with only keyword. The example you shown is really great. Could you please write one post on How to get good result with a new domain? Can I build more links to a new domain? For example – my competitor has 200 backlinks and domain is 1 year old. Now can I outrank my competitor by building more backlinks in a short time? This will be really great help for me.

    Go raibh maith agat,
    Chandan

  28. 28
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 3:13 am
    Paperie said:

    Hmmm TemaFrank – has an excellent question! One I've wondered about myself. Love to get the answer on that one.

  29. Thanks for sharing,

    Great advice, I firmly believe having a keyword rich domain helps and allows you to overpower larger more established sites.

    Peter in regards to your question, I believe having a .com helps much more than a .net or .org, and I would buy them in that order, however you should test it for yourself. My .org's never seem to do as well as the .com's.

    Ádh mór oraibh!

  30. What about a subdomain keyword, especially for a well established site that can't change easily. Would this still bring good results in Google?

    Go raibh maith agat,

    Steve

  31. Does it make a difference whether it is .com, .net or .org?

  32. I've noticed the importance of having a domain that is an exact match to the keyword search term you are trying to target for a while. The best part is that most great keyword rich domain names are parked and can be purchased for a few hundred or thousand dollars. Some can even be scooped up on the drop if you are persistent in your search and look hard enough.

    Also, I think .orgs and .nets might be just as effective as .coms, but this is difficult to verify.

  33. 33
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 3:18 am
    Vanessa said:

    Yes, exact match domains are huge leverage for a new site. I use a little app that goes though my target keywords in bulk to tell me if the domains are available. I've seen faster rankings using this strategy.

    On
    Joe Watson replied:

    I would be really interested in using your app. Any chance. You can reach me at joewatsonATfastmail.fm where the AT is the symbol@ if you do not want to publicize this.

    Thanks in advance

    Joe

    On
    Vanessa replied:

    Dia duit Joe,

    It's not fancy at all. But it does work and its a free resource.

    Open your exported MS keyword list in a text editor. Remove spaces between words, one keyword per line. I do a search and replace for space with no space in Notepad.

    Copy your modified kw list into this site:
    http://www.databasepower.net/domsearch/bulksearch.asp

    and select the com/org/net extensions to search. (I've found all 3 work well as Exact Match domains for low comp kws)

    The site will return which options are available for purchase. I usually only search <100 keywords at a time and manually buy the domains available that I want in a separate browser window at my domain registrar of choice –whichever one is having a sale.

    There are some fancier/prettier options that do this same process but this has worked out well for me.

    Hope you find this tip useful! Would love to see this in MS one day.

    Vanessa

    On
    Joe Watson replied:

    Hi Vanessa

    Many thanks for your info. I am definitely going to use this as I think it's an excellent idea.

    Joe

  34. I neever really knew how important this was til today. That explains the price of good domain names.

    Go raibh maith agat
    Lynsey

  35. 35

    Great post!!

    Keywords rich domain…

    Does it matter if it's .com, .net, .info, .biz?

  36. Awesome article. It makes me want to definitely look into getting a key word optimized domain. I recently got involved in SEO and do find it to be a little competitive in my niche market, but it's doable. With the use of MS, it has made it a little easier going after certain keywords and creating the right articles.

  37. Brent,
    Yes, as you can see from my domain, this is something I put into practice. In fact, out of the last 127 domains/sites Ive put up, they are all keyworded domain names. The new challenge is now competing against those who have the same.
    Of course it's a massive advantage, however, I still get beat out by some sites that are horrible quality, but have more than 500 backlinks.

  38. Thanks for more great information, as always. Market Samurai is by far the best research tool that I've seen online. And the training here in the dojo is top notch. This is an important step for anyone who is starting a new site. One that a lot of people may not think of. And us little guys need all the extra advantages we can get to compete with the big companies.

    Thanks for the tips,
    Greg

  39. I've heard so many say “it doesn't matter.” Somehow I never truly believed that. I have one domain which is as you suggest. It does better in the search engines than my other site without a proper domain name. Both sell the same products.

    Thanks so much for clearing this up. I am a true fan and I own Market Samurai so my next domain will be selected with this post in mind.

  40. Brent,

    What you are saying is very correct. It's very simple to dominate the rankings with exact match domain names. Currently I'm playing with a few different strategies and am ranking in the top 5 SERPs within 4 days on an exact match keywords with over 2400 local (Australia) searches and 80000 monthly searches (worldwide).

    Nice couple of posts you have written in the last few days.

  41. 41

    How many examples have you analyzed before drawing the conclusion that keyword-rich domain names are responsible for ranking on top of the competition?

    In the case of creditcards.com, I could imagine that Google ranked them #1 manually simply because they happen to be the most credibly independent of the review websites out there and click data showed that people searching for credit cards primarily want to compare offers.

    Also, if visa or MC was first, people would go directly to either website when doing a lucky search. That would seem like Google is biased towards one of the two giants.

    On
    Kyle Richey replied:

    That's a fantastic point, Frank!

    I agree that Google tends to do a decent job of providing variety and removing bias in the SERPs.

    That said, this is what convinced me of the power of keyword-rich domains:
    http://www.seomoz.org/article/search-ranking-factors#ranking-factors

    According to 72 of the World's most highly-regarded SEO experts, having the keyword in the domain name itself is the 3rd most important on-site factor.

    I believe that in this particular case it's a combination of exactly what you brought up and the domain name.

    Guys go raibh maith agat!
    Kyle

  42. Great post. I'm glad that in a number of my niche markets I reserved a TON of domain names that fit the bill! The question I always have is how much should one PAY to get a domain name that fits the bill. Any idea on a metric that would help me to compute that? I realize the answer may have MANY components, but what do you think they are? Best, Fred

  43. Obviously I've been at this to long and, evidently, seriously underestimate my knowledge. I haven't bought a domain name without my main keywords in it since 1997.

    How important it is can be debatable but I know I almost always outrank other sites that don't have it. Friends complain that they outrank me by 4 PR points yet I rank above them. It may not mean much but it's always worth doing.

    I'd say equally important is a robots.txt, site map, favicon, about, contact and privacy policy page. Google does requst the robots.tct and the favicon the first visit to the page and all visits after. To be considered professional by google you should use all 6 things. All of my sites that have them are easier to rank than those that don't. Google just loves proessionaism but I don't know for sure if they give better rank because of it. Makes sense that they would tho.

    Lol, now if someone could just tell me why this south dakota fishing reports page has a PR of 4. It's an old, old page that was abandoned about 4 years ago. Then it had PR 0 and I was surprised to find it the other day let alone it had a PR 4 and I've never promoted it. Did add on link to the page after I found it. Just can't figure out why it has such a high PR for a little dumb page.

  44. Hi Brent

    Many thanks for that informative article.

    I know this is a practice that many programs are recommending and I am working on the same principles for all new domains that I register.

    Seems to work like Gang busters even if there is almost no contant on the page.

    It would be great to see domain availability feature in yoru software -
    I know you guys have added some incredible functionality and tutorials as well.

    This would be a great addition.

    I presently use Micro Niche Finder to do that for me.

    Thanks Brent

    Hamant

  45. Another great article to the point on seo. I have several new sites up that contain the keyword in the domain. They are slowly gaining ground in googles eyes but I sure appreciate the seo lessons that can help me move them up the ladder. Thanks for your great product and all the help using it. I will be looking forward to the next lesson.

  46. Hey Brent,

    I agree that keyword domain names have a huge advantage because I've seen blank pages with nothing but a keyword rich title tag rank on the first page of Google for a term that gets 20k monthly searches.

    Google “laptop computers” and you'll see the #2 result is LaptopComputers.org That term gets 2,000,000 searches per month and it's a pretty thin site. They're killing the big retailers and computer manufacturers.

    Leslie Rohde and Dan Thies have discussed the value of keywords in a domain name and (if I recall correctly) they say it's probably only 5% of Google's ranking algorithm. They say that it may be useful because when you build links back to your site, the URL already has the keywords in there. So it's not that Google values keyword rich domain names, it's just that the links that point back to the site have the keywords, resulting in better anchor text links.

    On the flip side I've read Aaron Wall say that keyword rich domain names are valued pretty high by Google.

    Who am I to argue with these experts? I personally prefer keyword domain names and will keep testing with my sites to see the results.

    Glad to see you're blogging again. I hope the StomperNet partnership brought you lots of success!

    Fearr,
    Raza
    SoftwareSweatshop.com

    On
    Lasse Kristiansen replied:

    “So it's not that Google values keyword rich domain names, it's just that the links that point back to the site have the keywords, resulting in better anchor text links.”

    Don't mistake hear-say for facts. Stick to your tests. :)

    Normally, there's a limit to how many backlinks you can attain with one keyword/keyword phrase. You need to diversify the anchor text, because otherwise there will be red flags waving in front of Google & Co.

    However, if you have an exact match domain, having an overweight of incoming links with the exact match keyword phrase as anchor text is natural and won't cause red flags to appear. There's also the added benefit of having the keywords in the anchor text even if the anchor text is just the URL ( http://www.credit-cards.com works better than http://www.creditcards.com in these cases nowadays when it comes to this, but the space means less in the bigger picture… much less than it did a year ago).

    With that said, a 20+ (random amount picked) character domain name with heeps of exact match incoming links doesn't seem natural at all. Strategies like that are often times shortlived, but that doesn't mean it isn't valid – at least for the time being.

    I currently have 4 exact match one word keyword domains ranking on page one without any (serious/targeted) optimization done and nearly no content (~40 words on each and a simple one-page HTML page). We're not talking .com's though, but CC TLD's ranking in specific country. Some of the keywords do have a bit of competition going with almost only +PR 5 sites filling up the spots on the first page (no, I don't imagine PR to be of great importance, but it's worthy of consideration when drilling deeper). I've built very few links to these “sites” and still they outrank sites with heeps of pages and targeted backlinks.

    Lasse

  47. Hi Brent
    don't you think google might change the algorithm if domain names start to get spammy?

    Brent, if the main keyword has gone, what is the impact of using hyphens or other modifier words, like “now” and so forth?

    With launch affiliate offers, where there is the most competition with this technique, I've seen all sorts of modifiers, still in the top 5.

    So what is the score difference between a domain being keyword
    “exact match” “broad match” or “phrase match” in the way the actual domain name matches the targetted keyword?

    thanks
    peter

  48. The power of an exact match keyword domain name is huge. Check out our Type In Traffic Finder Tool that uses real time data from the Google Adwords API to find exact match keyword domains like you mentioned that are available to register or buy.

  49. I have noticed this among the results in MS, but have also noticed that these keyword rich domain sites are in the top 10 fairly quickly when built but then go away for a while. It is when Google has a chance to see what they are up to, do they get back up in the rankings again.

  50. What about having http://www.domain.com/keyword? I've heard this is just as strong? An bhfuil sé seo fíor?

    On
    Andre Kibbe replied:

    Not as nearly as strong as an exact match, but it's better to have the keyword in the url than to not.

  51. I love this tool and the continuing educational value that you guys provide. I look forward to testing this suggestion given

  52. Aontaím. This key word domain technique has allowed me to squash my competition in some pretty big markets. But the key word domains are disappearing pretty fast!

  53. For older sites not already using keyword-rich domains, simply create additional domains, build them up and send the traffic to the original site! It's not that hard.

  54. OK, So most every “worthwhile”keyword in my niche is already in use. What do you do then? http://www.keyworda.com .org or http://www.keyword-.org .com ?

    Can't wait for the next installment for getting keyword domains that are currently registered.

    Dan

  55. 55
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 3:42 am
    Andre Kibbe said:

    @Frank: I'm a full-time keyword researcher. I look at competing sites for keywords every day, and trust me, exact domain matches are very common. Try putting in a dozen less competitive keywords into G and see if you don't find an exact domain match on serp 1 for each keyword.

    @Peter Rose: Google gives more weight to .com TLDs vs. .org and .net exact matches, but the latter TLDs still work relative to non-exact matches (eg words in different order, broken with dashes, appended or prepended with other words)

    On
    Frank replied:

    Actually I don't doubt the advantage of exact match keywords in the domain for low competition keys. My only issue with this post is that credit cards is a highly competitive key.

  56. Main word ” domain ”

    Would

    http://www.domain.ca
    http://www.domain.info
    http://www.domain.us

    Be as effective

    If we are going against a 1 st ranked

    http://www.do-main.com

    For the word “domain”

    On
    Andre Kibbe replied:

    Only .com, .net and .org TLDs work for exact matches. But “do-main” wouldn't count as the keyword “domain” in any case. Once you split up a keyword, it's no longer the keyword. If do-main.com is ranking, it's either because it happens to be parsable as two English words, or they're doing some ninja SEO on other factors. You're better off getting a .com with something added to the beginning or end, like “mydomain.com” or “domainspot.com”.

    I have my doubts that .ca would be effective for SEO, but Google's own reports (according to Matt Cutts) are that at least 50% of .info or .us domains are considered spam according to their internal criteria. I'd only use the for PPC testing.

  57. I agree with Dexx…

    You guys really need to add a domain finder tool to samurai. Steve Juth's tools both have it but I rather do it all in samurai.

    Ba mhaith leis an uirlis aimsitheoir fearainn iontach in iúl dúinn dul isteach suas le trí cholún ar théarmaí agus ansin rith go léir an permutations de na téarmaí chomh maith leis na cleasanna athrú fearainn mhaith www- nó fleiscíní dúbailte a fheiceáil má tá siad ar fáil. Bheadh ​​sé a thaispeáint freisin dúinn líon na gcuardach le haghaidh an téarma sa réimse agus a leathnú a thaispeáint ar an gcomórtas this don eochairfhocal a bheith mar sprioc sa bhfearann.

    Dia a bheadh ​​uamhnach! TABHAIR é a chur.

  58. Tá sé seo cruthaithe cinnte a bheith ag obair le haghaidh frásaí iomaíocht íseal, ach i bhfad níos lú mar sin le haghaidh cásanna ard ar an éileamh. Tá mé go raibh le breathnú arís ar do sampla ar leith a fheiceáil cén fáth tá tú an freagra go bhfuil tú den sórt sin frása éileamh an-ard. Éiríonn an freagra soiléir nuair a fhéachann tú ar an backlinks, cion an-ard a bhfuil do CreditCards.com, ina bhfuil an keyphrase ar ndóigh.

    Go deimhin, na backlinks do CreditCards.com beagnach go bhfuil an keyphrase i bhfoirm amháin nó eile, ar bhealach, ar bhealach níos mó go léir mar sin ná aon cheann de na suímh eile sna torthaí. Bheadh ​​sé sin a mheaitseáil suas leis an méid a bhí mé ag os comhair - ar choinníoll go bhfuil an teideal an leathanaigh ar an keyphrase, le gach rud eile a bheith cothrom go bhfuil sé méid na backlinks ina bhfuil an keyphrase a rialaíonn an rangú in Google.

    Is é éifeacht an keyphrase in ainm fearainn nach mó ná mar a bhfuil sé sa teideal an leathanaigh.

  59. 59
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 3:46
    mattb348 dúirt:

    Níorbh fhéidir go mbeadh sé sin go díreach fearainn le eochairfhocal iarbhír iontu, bhí téacsanna ancaire níos ábhartha a úsáidtear le haghaidh a n-backlinks srl. ?? :)

    B'fhéidir go bhfuil díreach cuideachtaí móra cosúil le víosa / MasterCard cúpla milliún téacsanna "cliceáil anseo" ancaire nó téacsanna ancaire domain.com?

    Surely beidh aon duine a bhfuil eochairfhocal iarbhír i thier fearainn a SEO'ing don eochairfhocal bhfuil a lán de fócas ar ábharthacht agus níos tábhachtaí fós, téacs ancaire ábhartha (IE: "cártaí creidmheasa" mar an téacs ancaire don chuid is mó de na naisc ar ais thier).

    I bhfocail eile, dipicted cásanna cosúil leis an gceann thuas, go han-mhaith d'fhéadfadh go mbeadh aon rud a dhéanamh leis an bhfíric go bhfuil an eochairfhocal sa bhfearann ​​iarbhír. Agus ádh mór a chruthú riamh ar shlí eile :(

  60. 60
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 3:47
    Michael McCall dúirt:

    Ní féidir liom a thuiscint go léir na huimhreacha agus conas é a úsáid them.Can tú bhriseadh an modúl síos agus a mhíniú sé beagán beag?

  61. 61
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 3:50
    Steve Malley dúirt:

    Eile tip mór agus moladh Brent. Mar is gnáth, an-cabhrach agus tráthúil. Coinnigh ansin teacht. Massachusetts ólta Tiomána

  62. Pointí An-bailí! Beidh mé ag tar éis an bhlag níos dlúithe ... Tá a fhios agam a ar cheann de na tascanna is tábhachtaí ag fáil an eochairfhocal ceart agus ní mór a admháil! Chun nach a thabhairt tasc am enought agus taighde.

  63. Alt iontach. Tá mé ag wondering dóibh siúd le linn a bhfuil ceangail le cuideachtaí MLM, ho is féidir linn a bhaint as an ainm cuideachta má tá sé i gcoinne na rialacha cuideachta. Mar shampla, má bhí sé Amway mar shampla, agus deir siad nach féidir linn a úsáid ann ainm cuideachta i réimse. An mbeadh sé ceart go leor i súile Google a úsáid http://www.AMWAY.com? An mbeadh an SERPs a fheiceáil go bhfuil mar Amway nó díreach fearann ​​bréagach?

  64. 64
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 4:02
    Stan dúirt:

    Dealraíonn sé go bhfuil daoine go réimsí trádáil a fhios seo le blianta ach ar bhealach go leor forbróirí dhiúltaigh chun éisteacht. Tá tú dhá rogha nuair a thosú ar an suíomh gréasáin agus a roghnú an t-ainm - dul chun ceann nifty gearr agus i gcuimhne catchy nó ​​a roghnú le haghaidh eochairfhocal nó eochairabairt eochairfhocal. Na hoibreacha sin go maith i Sinsearach ach tá an chéad cheann branda níos láidre, bataí sé i do chuairteoirí cheann agus a thagann sé ar ais níos éasca. Tá sé ina rogha diana, go háirithe má tá do eochairfhocail nathanna casta. Bhí mé ag baint úsáide as Samurai le haghaidh cúpla seachtain anois i domaining agus oibríonn sé mar a charm nuair eochairfhocail piocadh do fearainn. Stack suas focail / frásaí sa chluaisín taighde a chur i gcomparáid leo agus imirt ar fud leis leathan / frása / feidhm cruinn a fheiceáil ar an difríocht breá. Anois, is cosúil go a chur ach dhá frásaí focal suas i domaining, tá rud ar bith níos faide ná sin is cúis le caillteanas luacha, ní cinnte conas a bhaineann sé Sinsearach ...

    Go raibh maith agat le haghaidh a dhéanamh an Brent soiléir, bhí mé wondering má tá mé ar rian ceart mar tá mé nua i domaining, ach chabhraigh sé liom sciobadh roinnt réimsí milis. Ag súil le seachtaine seo chugainn earra.

  65. 65
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 4:05
    rag dúirt:

    Cad mar gheall ar úsáid a bhaint as Fleasc (-) in ainm má tá an com bunaidh imithe? Mar sin, credit-cards.com ionad creditcards.com?

  66. Go raibh maith agat le haghaidh píosa mór de info agus ceann tábhachtach ag an. Is é do airteagal go dtí an pointe agus éasca le tuiscint. Is breá liom Samurai Mhargaidh agus beidh sé seo a dhéanamh dom athmhachnamh cúpla réimsí agam.

    Go raibh maith agat arís

  67. Pointe go hiontach, ach tá a lán scooping na suas agus díriú eireaball fada chomh maith. Is fearainn Eochairfhocal straitéis thábhachtach fhadtéarmach do cinnte. Gan trácht ar Bing breá seo chomh maith ...

  68. Mór earra agus pointe tábhachtach. Go raibh maith agat le haghaidh éasca le tuiscint agus go dtí an t-alt phointe. Beidh mé a rethink cúpla ar mo shuíomh gréasáin fearainn anois.

    Guys raibh maith agat

  69. Díreach mar an t-alt le fios, tá mé faoi deara go mbeidh go leor nideoga ar a laghad 1 suíomh go bhfuil this i bhfad níos laige, ach tá eochairfhocal ainm fearainn ábhartha agus céimeanna sa 10 barr a laghad le haghaidh anois, is cosúil, feiceann Google ainmneacha fearainn mar fhachtóir an-tábhachtach rangú.

    N'fheadar conas a imríonn an síneadh (com, .net, etc. ..) ról? An bhfuil info díreach chomh maith mar com? Más rud é mar sin ní féidir, a bheith ag ceannach fearainn info saor ar bhealach droch chun dul go dtí thus ina seachadfar beart den láithreán affiliate nua.

  70. 70
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 4:15
    L_R_Sexton dúirt:

    Tá roinnt bailíocht i méid a bhí scríofa anseo. Is féidir le fearainn a bheith tairbhe this. Ar an drochuair go bhfuil cúiseanna eile seachas an bhfearann ​​cuntas cén fáth a bhfuil Google rangú creditcards.com níos airde ná visa.com.

    Is ea fearainn níos sine iontaofa a fháil le borradh, ach fiú leis an borradh a leathanach riachtanais fós dúshraith Sinsearach soladach céim go hiontaofa. Féach ar na leathanaigh féin agus feicfidh tú roinnt botúin Sinsearach an-bhunúsach a rinne an láithreán gréasáin víosa.

  71. Anailís an-mhaith faoi seo. Ba mhaith liom ar an eolas faoi conas a láithreáin atá ann cheana a thiontú go ar cheann atá eochairfhocal saibhir. Níorbh fhéidir a bheidh agat leathanach táirge do láithreán mhaith http://www.widgets.com/specificwidget agus a chruthú réimse saibhir eochairfhocal ar leith cosúil le http://www.keywordrichdomain.com a athdhíriú ar an bhfearann ​​eile leathanach táirge?

    Ar
    Isha fhreagair:

    Ná atreorú. Bíodh do chuid naisc ó keywordrichdomain.com dul go dtí an leathanach táirge.

  72. Guys appologize mé mar tá mé nua ar fad Sinsearach sin, ní
    síneadh ról tábhachtach ag an bhfearann ​​eochairfhocal
    é féin?

    más amhlaidh cén fáth go mbeadh dot com a bheith níos tábhachtaí ná org ponc nó
    ponc linn, freisin, fhios ag aon duine atá níos éasca a reáchtáil iolrach
    réimsí le haghaidh worpress tosaithe MU nó Caighdeánach WP? abit
    overwhelmed agus ina suí le cúpla fearainn. go leor le
    líonraí páirceála, ar mian leo a fhorbairt mo fearainn anois!

    go raibh maith agat,
    -B-

  73. Caithfidh mé a aontú leis an Brent mar a fheiceann liom láithreáin lag amach-céim láithreáin níos uasmhéadú sa chás seo go leor go minic. Ach N'fheadar cé mhéad de eochairfhocal-saibhir fearainn Ní céim go maith.

    Gach uair a dhéanann tú cuardach agus nach bhfeiceann an rangú fearainn eochairfhocal i 10 barr, ba chóir é a cheannach má tá sé de luach, nó go bhfuil a cheannaigh sé cheana agus ní rangú nó b'fhéidir go bhfuil sé ach leathanach placeholder.

    Jerry West Tá sé ráite chomh luath agus is Eanáir na bliana seo go bhfuil, "Ag baint úsáide as é eochairfhocal-saibhir ainm fearainn fós an-overrated. Brandáil le
    Tá fearann ​​maith fós ina rogha níos fearr. I tástáil, is é an t-ardú i réimse saibhir eochairfhocal chomh beag go bhfuil sé ar éigean a thomhas do na 'frásaí eochairfhocal airgead'. "

    Ní féidir liom a dhéanamh in aice leis an méid a dhéanann tástáil Jerry, ach tá wondered minic cé chomh cruinn is ráiteas seo i ndáiríre go háirithe nuair a thagann trasna réimsí eochairfhocal rangú ar nó in aice leis an barr go leor go minic.

  74. Le dea-, Sinsearach soladach, tá sé beagnach i gcónaí a thagann ar ais go síos go dtí an Basics ... A eochairfhocal ainm fearainn saibhir, agus naisc. Titeann sé i gcónaí i bhfeidhm ansin, go háirithe má fhaigheann tú an chuid eile de sé ceart, cosúil le téacs nasc ag teacht isteach a mheaitseáil do ainm fearainn, ansin teideal an leathanaigh, H1 agus an chéad téacs ar leathanach, agus ar fud an chóip leathanach ... teidil Fearann ​​agus naisc iad na Tá Basics, agus Margadh Samurai killer ... ar cheann de na Basics ar an deireadh ar ais ...

  75. Dea-alt,

    ach ní tá mé cinnte cé acu a aontú leis an méid a bhfuil tú ag rá faoi "eochairfhocal in ainm fearainn".

    I NACH pearsanta a cheapann go bhfuil a imirt eochairfhocail i t-ainm fearainn den sórt sin a ról mór mar glacadh le roinnt SEOs. Is féidir leat ní simplí teacht ar an gconclúid sin agus a rá go bhfuil an fachtóir is mó le haghaidh rangú suíomh an eochairfhocal in ainm fearainn.

    Tá an suíomh # 1 go deimhin a bhaineann leis an ábhar ... ach i cé chomh fada imríonn an KW in ainm ról anseo ach tuairimíocht.

    G.

  76. 76
    Ar 23 Márta, 2010 ag 4:37
    Jesse dúirt:

    Phoist scoth le déanaí. Coinnigh 'em ag teacht!

    Aon smaointe ar má tá an éifeacht chéanna subdomains? aon éifeacht? mar shampla (ag baint úsáide as an clasaiceach "oiliúint madra" dea-sean-aimseartha mar sprioc eochairfhocal) ::

    dogtraining.someotherurl.com

    aon éifeacht rangú dearfach leis seo?

    Jesse

  77. Tá a fhios agam rudaí ag athrú riamh do na Netentrepreneur, agus le haghaidh Newbies ag tosú suas tá sé lá atá inniu ann chomh mór mar a bhí sé riamh.

    Is cuimhin liom nuair a thosaigh mé an chéad líne roinnt 6 bliana ó shin anois, agus an chomhairle luath fuair mé ó na mar a thugtar 'Gurus' Bhí úsáid a bhaint as ainmneacha fearainn cineálach dot com. Sa chaoi sin d'fhéadfaí tú a chur ar ábhar a, a scriosadh as, nó a athrú ar an téama ar fad ar an suíomh mar na hamanna údar, agus ní bheadh ​​d'ainm fearainn a bheith nach mbaineann le hábhar nó iomarcach.

    Bhí mé a lán de na réimsí a luaithe déanta suas le focail Laidine d'éin éagsúla, ar fad a bhfuil siad imithe le fada ó shin! Ach tá mé Creidim go daingean i athróga agus fós go dtí an lá a chreidiúint go bhfuil ábhar rí, agus go háirithe má scríofa le húdarás agus le ar thalamh agus tá leathanach optimization maith mar múinte ag an guys anseo.

    Ach N'fheadar conas an tUasal G agus go léir an chuid eile acu a fháil ar na zillions ainmneacha fearainn coigríche? Cara maith de mo Feidhmíonn láithreán ar a dtugtar Ajarn ponc com. Tá Ajarn Téalainnis agus aistríonn i mBéarla mar mhúinteoir nó níos mó go sonrach ollamh.

    His website is the leader over here as an English teacher's resource for those expats living and teaching in the kingdom, and apart from having age (10 years), pages and pages of unique content, tens of thousands of back links, and regular updates, I just can't see that if I created a similar site and named it http://www.teaching-english-in-thailand.com (or similar), I would knock them off the top slots in the SERPs.

    I'm not saying you guys are wrong (of course not), and I'm sure that using theme rich or keywords/phrases in a domain is helpful, but it's one of those things that once again, was considered a very minor point scorer with regards to SEO in the recent past.

    I have a bunch of domains (over 26) and all between 3-5 years old now, and there's no way I would ditch them or neglect them because the domain name is not quite as good as it might be. That said, I would think carefully about the name for any newly purchased domains, but I personally don't think the variable is strong enough to start a new, but more of a tip for buying fresh.

    Hey, I'm no SEO, but I am in training and have been learning a lot of late, but you can bet your bottom dollar that there will be some other article well written from another respected name in the SEO game that will tell you that the domain name is not as important as X, and he or she will have their examples too.

    I love MS and it's the best piece of SEO SW and training that I've come across in all my time online, but I'm still worthy of having my say, hence the comments system here ;-)

    Andii

  78. We made a project with a keyword rich domain we haven't made much on backlinks we almost abandonned this project but we are always in top of yahoo search for this particular keywords.

    For us Keywords rich domain seems to help a lot on the yahoo ranking.

    You can view the results for the site: http://www.battery-drill.com/

    KW: Battery Drill

    The yahoo Search Result: Yahoo search result for Battery Drill

    Tá súil agam go gcuidíonn sé

  79. I have always been a fan of such keyword rich domain names.
    It has always seemed natural and logical to aim for a “does what it says on the tin” type domain name.

    I think they make getting good keyphrase links more natural as well.
    eg in a classic link swap type situation if your site is http://www.abc.com and you ask another webmaster to link to you using the keyphrase “abc”, they will be more prone to agree to that key phrase usage than if your site is actually http://www.xyz.com .

    Just had a vision of the future.

    It may pan out it may not.

    If you assume that:

    1 -domain names are a finite resource
    2 – domain names can be bought and sold
    3 – better companies will be able to afford to pay more for better domains
    4 – therefore the best domain names for a niche will gravitate towards being owned by good / succesful companies in that niche.

    Add all that up and think 20 years of that going on and a plausable assumption for google to make at some point in the future (if not now ) is that “does what it says on the tin” type domain names are likely to be owned by good companies people will want to find.

    Google wanting to direct people to where they want to go so they continue to use google, is therefore going to give said domains favorable bias.

    I don't think a key word rich domain name it is the be all.
    If you are reading this you are at noblesamurai.com for example. Not a key word in sight in that domain name. Google itself managed to do ok as a search engine with a domain called google.

    It is far from crucial.

    Every little edge you can scrape helps however in my book.

    Rath oraibh
    Mick

  80. I've been doing this since I bought my first domain last August. My sites march up the ranks of google, bing, and yahoo pretty fast. I love it when I run an SEOC check on my main theme keywords and I have a big “YES” under URL, Title, Description, and Head and the other sites don't!I also do this with my long tail keywords for my Posts to see where I stand in comparison to other sites using the same keyword, and to make sure I haven't forgotten to use the long tail keyword correctly. Thanks, Brent, for another great article on the benefits of using Market Samurai.

  81. 81
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 4:54 am
    Erik dúirt:

    creditcards.com does not appear on the first page of google at all. nor in the first 10 pages. a subdomin is placed mid of page 5 – uk.creditcards.com

    I am wondering how long ago this was written, and whether given the lack of relevance to the real world how useful any or all other aspects of your software or advice would be.

    On
    Shawn replied:

    That's interesting, because I just did a search for “credit cards” on google and the results came up exactly as Brent has shown, creditcards.com is shown as the first result, visa.com the second, mastercard.com the third and so on. This article's given me a lot to think about, thanks guys…

    On
    Jaco replied:

    Your search results are based on a few factors, including your locale (are you UK based perhaps?) and your Google preference settings. You will find the same results as shown in the example above by doing the relevant search on google.com – a link has been provided on your google homepage, incase you have not noticed it yet.

    Market Samurai does also allow for keyword research based on options you specify based on your specific locale and thus you will get much “relevance to the real world” as you say.

    I have personally worked through many Market Samurai tutorials and I have found the product to be extremely helpful and I will be including the software into my seo/sem arsenal without a doubt. Perhaps you should try it as well.

  82. I have to admit I have noticed this as well very recently. One of my sites was on page 1 over the Christmas period but is now on P5. I've noticed that a good portion of the top 10 are keyword rich. Love the idea of using a keyword domain as a squeeze page to drive traffic to an ol site.
    Many thanks for sharin ur findings.

  83. I have been using keyword rich domains for a couple of years, and for sure it is possible to obtain quite good rankings.

    The search engines also seems to be quite happy for social bookmarking and Twitter – so a combination of a keyword rich domain, social bookmarking, relevant blog posting and a twitter account and you are on your way.

  84. Brent, you are the only one who ever used the term “jiu-jitsu SEO techniques” – I love it! LOL

    OSS!!!

  85. Although I have your Samurai tool, I am still learning how to best use it and your information here clarifies quite a few questions. Go raibh maith agat.

  86. Excellent blog post. But is it possible to tell exactly what this site is doing right that the big organizations are not? What about the age of the site and the PR of the links?

    If you were do an in-depth analysis of these 10 sites – including historical placement and other factors – could you determine exactly what Google is looking for?

  87. I have used this method several times and always had great success outranking larger SEO companies in the local market.

  88. Thank you for the support and backup with this article. Been preaching this for a few years now to blank stares. Now I have someone backing me up. Forget the cutesy domains, go for the keyword and take a day off once in awhile.

  89. Great post. I've often wondered how much emphasis Google places on keywords in domain names. Now I know

  90. We took ownership of these domains due to chargebacks.

  91. This is so true, just a pity that we never understood this when we chose domain names in the past.

  92. In reference to the 5caratdiamonds example…

    If I wanted to rank for the keyword 5caratdiamonds and 5caratdiamonds.com was already taken, would the search engines still reward me for having a domain name like buy5caratdiamonds.com?

    I'm not in that niche, but curious to know if adding a small word like that in order to get the keyword in your domain is worth while. Go raibh maith agat.

    On
    Isha replied:

    It would be better to have 5carat-diamonds.com. If that was taken and 5-caratdiamonds.com was taken, it's better to have something like 5caratdiamondsblog.com, where the keywords are right at the beginning of the domain's url.

  93. You guys are the font of all SEO knowledge!

    Go raibh maith agat arís.

  94. very informative. I thought the advantage of having the keywords in the domain had disappeared but I guess not!
    I have http://www.Nashvilles-Real-Estate.com as I'm a realtor in Nashville and this has managed to retain some great rankings for the condo market but has slipped recently for the key words actually in the name.
    I'll be working to get the site back up there using all the advice from MS

    Thx again

    Gary :)

  95. Hi Brent:

    Thank you for offering a ray of hope in what has been a dark world.

    A number of years ago, I began to acquire .com domain names related to the graphic arts/printing industry. When possible I bought singular and plural, hyphenated and non hyphenated domains.

    I now own approximately 250 domains and spend $2,500.00 USD each year to keep them registered.

    I have talked to companies about developing a website around one (or a grouping) of these domains. I believed that the additional traffic from having an easily recognizable and memorable domain name would be of interest to them. This did not factor in traffic they would get when people searching typed in a keyword set and added .com when they hit search button. They reacted as if I was speaking Swahili and they were speaking Icelandic.

    I will again endeavor to get some clients interested in the prospect of a .com domain name that perfectly reflects the products that they market.

    I look forward to your next posting.

    Ken Stein
    http://www.graphic-equipment.com

  96. Why'd you have to let this secret out of the bag Brent? It's been a weapon of mine since the day my testing revealed it to be true. And I was hoping to corner the market by buying every hot keyword rich domain before everyone else figured it out… :)

    Oh well – I guess I will have to just dominate in the niche's I'm already competing in… thanks for a great article…

    SD

  97. 97
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 6:09 am
    Albert said:

    Does this work on sub domains?

    keywords.domain.com

  98. So you should forward all domains to one domain

    On
    Isha replied:

    No, Google doesn't see forwards very favorably seo-wise. But you can link through to the one domain.

  99. Hey that's great Brent. Very useful information and I can't wait to read the next tips.

    Look forward thnx

  100. Great post. I am still learning this SEO stuff and this post is quite helpful.

    Go raibh maith agat as a roinnt.

    Dave

  101. Thanks for this article. It validates my own experiences of using keyword-rich domain names.

    Cheers.

  102. Brilliant, thanks for the article guys!
    Lara

  103. This article is totally correct from my research into some new domains.

    I noticed top 10 results for sites that had just 1 page of very poor content.

    It was clearly down to the domain – now getting the domain then really working the site = powerful rankings.

  104. Great article, guys!

    Although I couldn't help but notice the domain age for creditcards.com If you're going to swap to to a new, keyword rich domain, you'd need to take into consideration that you have a low DA and that you need to start building links again. In that case it might be better to optimise the pages on the site through the permalink structure.

    But buying a keyword rich domain name is definitely the way to go when starting from scratch.

  105. Great analysis!!!!

    ps I love MS

  106. Thanks for sharing the “facts.” I LOVE your software and I'm so glad that you also offer solid advice. I am innundated with information from every guru out there. Thanks for keeping it real and helping us sift out whats beneficial vs. what's a waste of time.

  107. my investigation also says that hypenation doesn't seem to concern google. so for seo / online work where you dont care if a real (pun intended) person can't remember or type in the 3 or 4 word hypenated name. ((the sort of name you'd never want to describe on a talkback radio show) what you want is a high position on the serp and the directly corresponding hyphenated domain name is far better than any name such as flyfishingreelssite.com for instant where the added word site just confuses the poor little alogarithimic works inside google. The point: look for a domain that matches exactly your main keyword and don't overlook using a hyphenated name. (but only for online work not a real business name.)

  108. A great revelation. One point How would having more than the keyword in the domain. eg in a subdomain.

    If I had say http://www.become-psychic.mirboo.net Would this have as much strenth as http://www.become-psychic.com

    Wilf.

    On
    Market Samurai Resources replied:

    A .net is not as good as a .com, and it's possible that by having a meaningful domain-name such as mirboo would dilute the seo juice, but become-psychic.prmblmfz.com (or other meaningless domain name) would be good.

  109. Thanks Guys,

    Another interesting post. Having a keyword rich domain name is certainly a great place to start, but it is not the “magic bullet” to high rankings.

    In my experience keyword rich domain names achieve higher rankings, not because of the domain itself, but because people tend to naturally include those keywords as anchor text when they link to the site.

    I've not (yet) done the analysis but suspect that the term “credit card” is much more prevalent is anchor text in the backlinks to creditcards.com than it is to the other sites.

    Keyword rich domains can certainly give you a boost – but only as part of a properly optimised site and an ongoing link building strategy.

  110. also dont overlook wierd sounding names which youd never choose as a business name but which have search engine traffic.
    Trust MSam and go with the keyword research. patiofurniture bistro is very wierd i know but it has traffic and does convert.

    Chose Patio Furniture Bistro style for a wonderful furniture choice for your patio or porch

  111. 111
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 7:30 am
    Maggie Bergman said:

    Great article guys, I have changed my domain after going through the 'Dojo' training videos, easy change to make when the site is fairly new, might pay off in the long run!

  112. This article has just cleared up certain dilemma I had. After trying to check how tough the competition is for a keyword phrase I noticed that some rank very high with fewer links and lower PR. Thanks for this eye opener and can't wait for the next post. By the way, my SEO efforts are now easier since I started using Market Samurai. Thanks for the great product.

  113. Awesome tip, been using this for a little while following a course I went on and it really does pay dividends! Bain sult as! :)

  114. Domains rule local search. You can easily get the first page with billions of results by making your domain the keyword you want. Those domains are usually available too.

  115. 115
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 7:47 am
    ricardo said:

    Can someone tell me if having the keyword in a subdomain will do the trick too? keywod.domain.com

    On
    Market Samurai Resources replied:

    A subdomain is seen as being a domain by Google for SEO purposes, so keyword.domain.com is just as good.

  116. This is why i use market samuri, thanks for the great tools and ideas.

  117. What about the plural of the keyword, is that as effective? For example, the keyword was 'personal injury lawyer', if you got the domain personalinjusrylawyers.com is that as still effective?

    On
    tomartomartini replied:

    plural of the keyword:these are treated as a completely DIFFERRNT KW!

    On
    Rob replied:

    I am struggling with the same issue. I've found that the prime company has registered ALL the singluar domains for that keyword, ie motorbikehelmet.com, motorbikehelmet.net, motorbikehelmet.info and so on. So what you say is if I were to register motorbikehelmets.net (which is available under my keyword) google would not see this as relevant? What if I did all my SEO work for the singular version 'motorbikehelmet', would G then put two and two together and realise there is a strong link between motorbikehelmet.com and motorbikehelmets.net?

    How does Google deal with hyphens, so 'motorbike-heltmet.com'?

    On
    tomartomartini replied:

    .com > are good….always work to get a .com first ;if you cant get motorbikehelmet.com,…: your next step is the dashes

    motorbike-heltmet.com or motor-bike-heltmet.com ,
    To rank a hyphen , eg motorbike-heltmet.com do appreciate this will be more demanding but from my stand point worth it.

    On
    Rob replied:

    Hey thanks for the reply. I just wanted to clarify that I'm only interested in this from an SEO perspective, not people searching fomr my site, that will come later. For now all I want is rank. Would that change your advice above?

  118. Very timely advice. I've been considering changing my domain name. It's three years old and getting some solid traffic to page one on Google – it has my two keywords in it but doesnt have the appeal of another domain name I registered. But based on your article and some suggestions from other comments on here, I will be keeping the domain in place. Thanks for the valuable info.

    Jules

  119. Spot on Brent!

    As a matter of fact, one of the many uses I have for Market Samurai is to research domain names.

    I start with a general relative keyword, have MS get some more for me, and check the competition on those keywords. Then I move on to see what domain names with those keywords are available. If my top choices are not available, I use an online thesaurus to give me some more ideas. Then I run these through MS and analyze them.

    Never takes me more than an hour or two to come up with very relevant domain names to my chozen niche.

    This way, I not only know that my domain name has a good chance of generating the traffic I need, but also lets me know that the competition is manageable.

    The longer I use Market Samurai while thinking outside the box, the more I get out of it. Brilliant peice of software!

    Go raibh maith agat!
    Ken

  120. Very good. I reading the blog step by step I was expecting something huge and groundbreaking but the fact that it is so simple is astonishing, yet common sense…in a way :-)

  121. As much as I thought I understood the value of a keyword optimised Domain, I have to say that Credit Card Domain's screenshot was a real eye opener.

    I never realised just HOW MUCH effect the Domain name had. The disparity in BLD's was just incredible.

    Great example of the concept Brent.

  122. I believe that having the keyword in the sub domain qualifies it as well in Googles eyes, ie. 'www.myrabbitcare.com/rabbithealth'if my targeted keyword is 'rabbit health' and that is what I am trying to optimize the page for. If you look in any serp on any topic/niche, or in the market samurai tool competition page, it will show that this qualifies if it is in any part of the URL for that keyword. I dont think it needs to be only the main part of the URL before the .com). Is this correct…SEO is for the individual pages, not the entire domain.

  123. Hi Brent

    Someone who understands domains. I researched all this in 1998 and 1999 in the National Library of Australia which, at that time, had just four online computers. I used the Overture search term suggestion site, which has now gone. As a result I've registered and maintained over 170 top-level dot-com domains. I'm interested only in key cityprofession.com portals. I've registered over 70 domains for all the major professions for my city of Canberra, eg Canberradoctor.com etc, and over 45 citybuilder.coms for major cities and towns throughout the US and internationally, eg SanFranciscobuilder.com and NewOrleansbuilder.com. My plans are to set up these domains as online communities for all the professionals concerned, thereby accrediting them, and to provide dynamic search experiences for users. I could give a four-hour lecture on the benefits of independent registration of such domains. One major benefit is succession in the long-term. These domains should pass to all these professionals concerned to create proper online professionals associations.

  124. keywords in urls works pretty good in wordpress blogs posts (when you have permalinks set to custom and use /%postname%/) and pages. Then I use multiple related keywords in the content and this works pretty well.

  125. This is an important SEO factor that has been around for a while now, but it's nice to see it getting a wider airing.

    You may be interested in my case study, which showed the importance of a generic domain name on Google, Yahoo and Bing results (I started from the search terms and worked backwards to avoid sample bias)
    http://www.memorabledomains.co.uk/bingyahoogoogle.pdf

    Note that while nobody can predict the future accurately, it's a pretty good bet that the domain “bonus” given by the search engines for exact-match domains will remain (or even be increased) since for competitive keyphrases the mere act of securing the domain name represents a big “effort” (large financial outlay) so it is an inherent “signal of quality” against spam since the would-be spammer simply can't afford to secure that domain name.

    In fact, owning a domain name like CreditCards.com sends a message loud and clear to the search engines that “here's a company that takes its online presence very seriously and is willing to pay accordingly”. The principle remains true even if in practice the company has owned the domain for a couple of decades and hand-registered it from scratch since that doesn't negate the POTENTIAL value of the domain name in any way.

    The right domain name will bring other dividends as well. For example, another case study I did showed that you're likely to see a boost in PPC traffic using an exact-match generic because people are more likely to click on the ad (and therefore Google rewards you by displaying it higher while charging you less)
    http://www.memorabledomains.co.uk/ppc-generic-domains.html

    And of course, if you own a domain like CreditCards.com you've just slashed your ad budget compared to the competition since people will only have to see that URL once to remember it. After all, it matches their train of thought exactly.

    It's worth noting that the search engines give some boost to keywords in the URL, but it's nothing like the rocket you'll light under your rankings if you own the exact-match .com or .ccTLD (country code domain name for the region you're targeting, eg .co.uk for the UK or .de for Germany) domain name.

  126. Great advice, yes, but how to make your website or blog as “old” as competitor's.

  127. Anyone know if having a keyword in a broad match domain name has as much value as an exact match and do hyphens make a difference? If this has already been covered please excuse me for missing it as there are so many comments!

  128. Alt iontach.
    I also believe, the closer the keyword is to the Left-Hand side of the URL, can add more weight as well.

  129. Good post Brett – but now you've really let the cat out of the bag.

    We put up one keyword focused domain early 2009 for an offline company and this one basic little website has generated $984k in sales in 13 months. All the site does is get people to call the company.

    Interestingly, the site is always ranked # 1 on google local/maps results plus # 1 in natural search results for it's 'domain keyword'. Also, there are less than 15 external links to the site.

    Yep, you're preaching to the converted :-)

  130. So here are all the questions summarized about what to do if your keyword-rich domain is already taken (which it almost certainly is):

    - Are only .com, .net and .org beneficial?
    - What about subdomains: keyword.domain.com
    - What about subdirectories: domain.com/keyword.html
    - What about adding stop words: the, for, to etc. or e,i,a, etc.
    - What about adding other words: review, info, best, etc.
    - How about hyphens?

  131. Well, nothing really new in this article but it had to be said. Domain names have always influenced search engine rankings right from the start. What amazes me is how few people actually know about this fact. Most companies prefer to use their company or brand name as main domain for their site while using their “brand domain” as a parked domain would be the far better choice. But there is more to it than meets the eye…. a lot more.

  132. Thanks, guys,

    I'm a newbie and having a helluva time driving traffic to my Energizing Your Health website, MattinglyMD.com.
    I appreciate all the help I can get.
    Question: How about using keyword-sensitive domains with applicable content to feed in to the master domain – kindof the FedEx concept. Does that make sense or work ?

    Thanks again,

    Jay

  133. 133
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 12:22 pm
    Joe Watson said:

    Brent
    I would be interested on your observations to the comments by Matt348 and Chris|ReviewFAQ

    Joe

  134. 134
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 12:24 pm
    Joe Watson said:

    Vanessa

    I replied to your comment in which you spoke about your app. You may have missed the reply as your comment was a while ago. Hope you can reply to me.

    Joe

  135. Would like to get some feedback on this site and how i can make it work for me..pls .Kev

  136. I am also new at this and I have a optin page under the domain name url affiliatemarketingmindmap.com/mindmap.html

    I went and typed in the kw phrase – (affiliate marketing mind map) into google search and my optin page came up at no 7 on the serps first page.
    To me that is amazing but I dont why that happens.
    Can some one hear explain…….thanks

    On
    Victor replied:

    Anyone interested in why this phenomenon occurs ?

    If you want to understand how Google works one of the best ways to do that is imagine yourself in their shoes, what would you include in the algorithm if you where a Google Engineer – they are just software programmers after all – to provide the best possible results to searchers requests which is their programming “intent”

    The algorithm is not black magic or witchcraft like all other software algorithms its 100% pure engineering logic.

    So lets imagine that your goal is to provide the best possible search experience for a random Google User that has entered the search string

    “Mikes Used Cars”

    1, Might you have a bias that kicks in to assist micro companies in getting a leg up against the mega corporates if the phrase typed in was a 100% perfect match for that domain.

    Eg you have “Mikes Used Cars” ranking number one for mikesusedcars.net – that BTW is a real example of a #1 SERP in Google – yes there is less than 1000 searches a month but that is not the point here.

    So Mike's tiny used cars PR1 website is able to rank #1 for the phrase in the used car niche – read MEGA competitive – because it is a 100% keyword match.

    The bias is there to provide the best chance of the right return result for the user and given the likelihood that they are actually looking for “Mike Used Cars” anything that is a 100% perfect match is pushed up the list of possible matches for further scrutiny – this is the most important concept here.

    Having the exact match is NOT the end of the story and the reason your ranked its the start of the algorithm gate logic. when “credit cards” is entered all the domains that are 100% exact match are pushed into the bias pool and then based on meeting other criteria they held or discarded.

    Note that in this real world example the following

    1, Its a .net NOT a .com

    All TLD's are “considered” for further scrutiny and based on that one is given bias – it does not have to be a .com the algo throws ALL TLD's into the bias pool and the one with the most merit at that point is given the bias.

    So why do you see the .com's more that say .CC simple – generally generic .coms where registered many years ago and have the advantage of an aged domain, but if you do everything else right you get the bias on ALL TLD's and if the search is conducted from say Google.co.uk the country specific domain bias kicks in there.

    One of the things that I find interesting is no one has mentioned that ranking for just one keyword because of the bias is nice but its just one keyword and we arent sitting in “credit card” traffic streams. You can get past this with very careful selection of your domain name but that's another story for another time.

    Interesting read thanks.

  137. I was thinking along the same lines. Does this mean I have the mind of a Samurai? So upon further inspection of a competitors site, it appears as though he redirected his landing page to URL optimized page. Hence his ranking improved while I disappeared. Ha…two can play that game. And I will win.

  138. Thanks for posting what we in the domain industry have known for many many years. Hopefully more people will now understand this. :)

    An exact keyword matching domain one of the easiest ways to get an edge on the competition for a term, especially if you are otherwise on an equal playing field. Even with parked pages, which Google has notoriously been against and given penalties to in SERPs, I've at times achieved page 1 rankings for 5+ figure searches/mo terms that are fairly competitive simply because I had an exact keyword matching domain for the term. In many cases it doesn't even need to be .com (though you generally shouldn't go outside .com, .net, or .org).

    One thing to remember – the owner of CreditCards.com spent millions of dollars to be the owners of it. A term that major isn't exactly a small expense to go after with an exact keyword matching domain.

    -Steve

  139. Great article with excellent examples of domain name keyword usage. Although its not the first time I have heard of the concept any software package you guys could make to compliment my Market Samurai software it a definite must buy in my book.

  140. [...] a good keyword rich domain name can be to a site's search engine optimization efforts. Getting the High Ground With Domains shows how a smaller website with fewer backlinks can beat out bigger and highly financed [...]

  141. 141

    OK, I see your point, but I think you're also coming to wrong conclusion. I know probably nobody will ready this but I'll say it anyway.

    Do you see that chase.com/creditcards got into the top ten with significantly less backlinks to the page? That's because credit cards is IN the domain, not IS the domain.

    The #1 ranker here is an exact match domain, and that may boost it a little. But chase could beat it out if it built more backlinks, simply by having it in the domain. Visa is synonymous to credit cards in human terms, but not in robot terms. And they don't have the phrase credit cards in their domain, that's why they're not #1. If they had the exact same amount of backlinks to visa.com/creditcards, they would be #1. They just don't know what they're doing so they backlink to their homepage.

    The point is, you want to put your target keyword somewhere in the domain, it doesn't need to be the exact domain. And then you need to backlink to that inner page with that keyword's anchor text. That's how you get visa.com to rank #1 instead of #2 and it's also how you score a double listing. Too bad it's too late now.

    On
    Matej replied:

    This is exactly my way of thinking and something I stated in my comment here. Keyword domain probably means something, maybe 3-5% in whole SEO thing, but it is not a magic bullet! visa.com/creditcards would smash this page in no time.

    I still think one big page is better, with subdirectories, but seems that I am one of the few hehe :)

  142. Great Article, but with reference to the above, we have to re-invest years of hard work again for the new domain. But, I think, its worth the investment.

  143. Brent,

    this is so simple, a no brainer. Go raibh maith agat. Saying that, it took me quite some time to get to that realisation. 30DC was the place I've learned to optimize domain/site. One of my sites is less than 2 months old. I was indexed after 2 days and on the page one in less than a week. Now, I am holding spot 1.

    Looking forward to next instalment

    Cheers
    Alex

  144. Thanks guys, I am new to this and pretty much started with the 30DC. I simply love all the free info that's available and can't believe how great a product Market Samurai is for such a low cost. SEOC is very exciting! :)

  145. Marvelous articles.

    Lots of tools out there providing us with lots of backlinks, but if you forget how to maximize your keywords… then it would go nowhere.

    I have experience this my self, thanks to market samurai! awesome tool.

  146. Everybody is entitled to his/her opinion. I tried keyword domains and got nowhere.

    If you want proof that keyword domains do not work, just go and google “best online casinos” and check around the position number 8 (on 23/3/10). There will be a site http://www.onlinexcasinos.com (not mine).

    This site is, at a time of writing, not keyword domain, site is under construction ( 0 content, blank page ), but the guy already has 1,500 back links!!! That is phenomenal result for a site that has nothing else going for it.

    So if you have three factors: domain name, content and back-links. And back links won hands down.

    On
    Jaco replied:

    Its not so much that keyword rich domain names dont matter here, but rather that the online gambling industry has been one of the most competitive online markets for many years and the competitors in this niche have moved beyond the elementary seo issues.

    This search does however reveal a lot of relevance in the domain names (90% of the results) to the search term you specified and is a perfect example of this thread and the many questions being raised here, including the relevance of phrase to broad matching search terms which Market Samurai is excellent at.

    Insofar your comment that the mentioned site has nothing else going for it, I suggest you do more in-depth analysis of the website. This will reveal that the site is a couple of years old, has thousands of pages indexed in all 3 major search engines, much more than 1500 backlinks (relevancy not checked, but nevertheless), appears in serp's for various other relevant keyword phrases in top 20 positions, and the site does have an external marketing programme working for it as well. This is just scratching the surface.

    In my opinion, this is a valid “under construction” notice for a site that has been doing well in search marketing for a long time.

  147. This SEO strategy is amazing. You've always taught us the value of having a optimized domain based on keywords; but these charts really bring it to life. Great illustration of what works in SEO.

  148. This is a strategy I followed with my site and cannot believe the sites that I am ahead of.

    I have really struggled (as I'm sure many have) with trying to work out which are the the most important factors to list well with the search engines – undoubtedly (I think) a keyword rich domain is one of them along with the other onpage page factors.

    Once again Brent – a great article, really well written. Coimeád suas an dea-obair.

  149. Mór post! I've got the domain EuroMillionsResults, but am struggling to get on the first page of Google for those keywords. The domain was previously 'parked' on a spammy website, so I think it's taking Google a long time to realise it's now a different website.
    Oh well, back to the SEO and we'll get there one day!

  150. 150
    On March 23rd, 2010 at 8:09 pm
    John Lawson said:

    What about anchor text?

    Would you not expect to see these results based purely on the anchor text of backlinks? Surely most of the backlinks to visa and mastercard are “visa” and “mastercard” rather than “credit card”.

  151. This is a very interesting phenomena, but I have a question. If for example I have a domain such as..www.credit-cards-scam-review.com would it be optimized for any of the words within the title or just the keywords in succession to one another. IE If you searched for “credit card review” or “credit card scam” would it not be optimized for those keywords due to the omission of the 4th term or having the term “scam” out of succession in the 1st example? Go raibh maith agat!

  152. My experience is that a .net can outrank a .com if the .net site has more content. I have used this technique in product launch affiliate campaigns where the domain name is equal to the product name. The merchant has bought the .com domain but has only thrown up a sales page. I have bought the .net domain and created a WordPress blog with relevant articles and posts. It doesn't take much backlinking for the .net to get to #1.

  153. 153

    “..Some things you might consider talking about, Brent, with respect to domain names and clearing the air on:

    1. If you can't get your exact match domain name, and you want to modify it, what are the best practices with respect to:
    A. hyphens or no hyphens between the words in the keyphrase
    B. adding a word to the beginning or end of the domain/phrase – which is better (at the end, correct?)
    C. TLD choices: .com vs. .org, .net, etc..”

    I'd like to hear your opinion on this as well guys.

  154. Another great article! Great advice for all who want to get high rankings in Google.

  155. Brent

    Another solid post from the team at Market Samurai!

    Go raibh maith agat,

    Andy

  156. From scanning through the huge number of posts here, I've noticed a lot of debate about whether it is enough to simply have one keyword as part of your domain name or whether your domain has to be an exact match to a keyword phrase.

    I've tried it both ways, and based on my own experience I think it has to be an EXACT match to a popular keyword phrase.

    I have also noticed that the results do NOT necessarily happen immediately upon the next visit by the Googlebot. It sometimes takes time for Google to reward you for using this tactic.

    Example: For one of my domain names (an exact match to a 3-word search term) I debuted in spot 104, and then kept losing ground over a two month period. As I continued to add quality backlinks, the decline in position reversed and I clawed my way back up to page 10. I sat there for a few weeks, and was ready to conclude that this strategy did NOT work … then without doing anything, Google one day bumped me up to page 4. A few weeks later I was on page 2. And a few weeks after that, I was on the first page. I've been there for two months now, but I'm still NOT #1.

    So, I'm guessing that if you are in a highly competitive category (which I am), that along with relevant page content, Google does want to see a MINIMUM number of quality backlinks, and you probably have to have a MINIMUM page age before you get looked at seriously (each of my websites that have exact match domain names are less than a year old).

    Has anybody else found this to be true? Any data to back up these observations?

    Go raibh maith agat,

    Ken

  157. Alt iontach.
    I'm a graphic designer and managed to buy eobokdesign.co.uk and ebookdesigner.co.uk with the intention of doing well on Google as you suggest. Rather than host it as a separate domain I was advised to just have the site in a folder as part of my main design site http://www.promo-design.co.uk and include within its sitemap.

    After a week or so http://www.ebookdesigner.co.uk appeared as no. 6 on Google for 'ebook designer'… but two weeks later it's just listed as …promo-design.co.uk/ebookdesigner.

    Would it be better to host separately?

    John

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  159. Good article, although having the keyword in your domain name will benefit your SEO it isn't a quick win, in less competitive industries you will see it work more and more but a little bit of on page and off page SEO will beat just a domain.
    As always you need to put the effort in to get the results and if you can get the keyword rich domain you may as well make things easier for yourself.
    Google is always cutting down on this and that we are still waiting for paid link to stop being counted and spam but I can't see them changing the algorithm to domain slap any time soon.
    Although the manchester SEO guy who bought the domain and spammed his website up to be number two for manchester SEO is another example on how if you only have one keyword and have the domain you can get what you want – however the user is faced with a terrible website!

  160. I have been using keyword rich domains for years it makes perfect sense to me.

    However sometimes it is not easy to get those domains

    Danny

  161. A friend recommmend me to this product and really see the value of this product i see his site went up in top 4 in search engine because of this product and very realiable so now i'm also planning to purchase this product…

    On
    Sean replied:

    what product are your reffing to?

  162. What is the best way to start a new domain?
    I've worked a few methods and it can take months to get indexed

    On
    SEO Company Guildford replied:

    1) submit it manually to google and yahoo (i include the html code on the site for validation)
    2) Add links to it on your facebook page! and also a few other large social networks (Google loves these sites and will pick your site up quick)
    3) Build backlinks (I have had a site indexed at position 5 in less than 24hours from building around 100 high pr links)
    4) Include it in the local business centre

    There are lots of things to do, but you need to make sure google finds you. It should never take months to get indexed.

    On
    SEO Company Guildford replied:

    5) Oh, and dont forget to submit an xml sitemap!

  163. Great info. I'm new to the game, so every little tidbit helps.

    I'll definitely be using this technique on my next niche site.

    Cheers

  164. It's now clear to me why it's very hard to compete with competitor that includes keyword in domain name.

  165. I certainly wish I chose a more SEO friendly URL for my website. My website has now been in operation for nearly two years and I would think that a move to a new URL would be too late.

  166. I couldn't agree more:) All of my domains are keyword rich, researched well using Market Samurai and the ranking results are incredibly good!! It all depends of course on how competitive the chosen market is, so that I need to build more or less links pointing to them.

    Post iontach. Go raibh maith agat

  167. There are always multiple factors involved with ranking.

    For quick ranking in a small niche – a keyword domain does wonders:
    I built this tool to find tons of keyword domains: http://www.domainNameTool.com . It uses google suggest and amazon suggest to find top natural search keyword domains – as well as a small dictionary.

    But age, backlinking, and the same factors that google looks at for PPC are in play. For PPC – google wants to make sure your site/landing page is completely relevant for the keyword searched for.

    If your domain has on site SEO (title, h1, keyword in content) for the keyword/phrase that is searched for you get a tremendous push.

    Having a keyword domain is a great jump start, but if the other stuff isn't done, you will be overtaken sooner or later.

    So:
    - Keyword domain is great start.
    - backlinking with keyword & related link text(articles, social bookmarking)
    - ON site SEO – every page for one main keyword gives best advantage
    - Regular content updates (especially on home page offer a great long term boost toward 'authority' (subject matter site, versus one page only)
    - and age of domain – (I have heard also that google looks at how long a domain is registered for (2+ years vs 1 year). All domains age, so this happens anyway over time.

    All of these alone help, but together they almost guarantee high organic placement and longevity.

    This is for 2 reasons: 1 Google wants to give the BEST results – so relevancy(domain, on page seo), authority(time and related subject matter), and credibility(backlinks) is part of wht they look for.
    And 2 – Most people quit after putting up a one page keyword domain with 1 or no backlinks. While some one page keyword domain sites last for a while, they will often be overtaken in time if not maintained since they usually don't gain credibility and authority.

    Just my experience, but I don't need any competition, so just ignore the above if you are not serious :)

  168. Is féidir a bheith ina straitéis mhaith uaireanta ag ceannach ainmneacha fearainn le d'ainm branda éineacht le heochairfhocail Sinsearach eile ...

  169. Aontaím, alt iontach agus snáithe mór.

  170. 170
    Ar 27 Márta, 2010 ag 6:31
    . EricP dúirt:

    Mar sin, má féin mé plandlainne plandaí ainmnithe Plandaí Fine chomh maith le fineplants.com agus mé a dhíol go príomha roses corcra agus ba mhaith liom dul tar éis an abairt eochairfhocal "roses corcra", ba chóir dom a cheannach purpleroses.com agus a bheith suíomh na mo shuíomh gréasáin fiú cé go bhfuil an t-ainm mo ghnó Plandaí Fine? Dealraíonn sé ó thaobh brandáil de féachaint ar a diúltach a bheith acu do ainm fearainn a rá rud amháin agus d'ainm gnó a rá eile. Chomh maith leis sin má rinne mé an straitéis seo a úsáid ... .should Chuir mé féin mo ábhar ar purpleroses.com agus ansin a dhéanamh ar 301 athsheolaidh de fineplants.com a purpleroses.com?

  171. Mór arcticle agus do phoist ina dhiaidh sin Brent. An chuma a bheith adhaint nead Hornet díospóireachta.

    Féach ar aghaidh le léamh níos mó

  172. Mar sin sásta a an t-eolas a fháil. An bhliain seo caite Cheannaigh mé fearainn 8 bliain d'aois mar a dúirt Gúrú margaíochta go raibh aois an eochair. Bhuel fuair mé amach ar an mbealach crua go bhfuil sé ach cuid den chothromóid. Mo iomaitheoirí tar éis dul thar i bhfad dom lena n-réimsí níos óige mar go bhfuil siad eochairfhocal saibhir,

    Mar sin guys, cad a thóg tú chomh fada a thabhairt dúinn? Just a kidding, go raibh maith agat sin i bhfad. Tá mé ag súil go mór torthaí níos fearr.

  173. Aontaím ath ainmneacha fearainn do Sinsearach.

    Táimid ar úsáideoirí trom de Samurai Mhargaidh agus i gcónaí sásta a rinne muid an cinneadh a bhaint as an t-ainm fearainn Cafe Tráchta TV - tá sé an focal 'tráchta' ann - na cúiseanna imlíne tú anseo.

    Jonathan

  174. 174
    Ar 8 Aibreán, 2010 ag 15:16
    Ian dúirt:

    cad é an scéal le díol .com.au nó .net.au ainmneacha fearainn, is féidir leat a dhíol leo?