How To Pick a Domain name SEO vs. Branding

When picking a Domain Name, you have to decide if what you are offering is something you expect people to pass on word of mouth so much that you won’t have to worry about profits. Will your specialized domain generate the traffic you want? If not you need to have a domain name people can find easily when looking on Google. Domain Name SEO

Think About How Your Customers Find You On The Internet.

Ideal Answer: the best of both worlds. Having two domains that go to the same site is very common nowadays. I ran across this with the pest control company I do work for. David Wiggins, the owner, wanted to promote his name and get more leads by having SEO done for his site at . While that domain clearly shared his company name, I had David get another domain that would rank well in online searches. was a great second domain choice since it tells you right away what he does and where he does it.

The same site comes up regardless of what domain you go to, however doing SEO for is a much more successful campaign because the key words are in the domain name. This can also save you money on SEO and help your SEO last longer.

download (1)Helpful Hint: “.coms” are always better no matter what the domain sellers tell you.

David Crowell

is a SEO Consultant and has been doing Search Engine Marketing for Clients from his home town of Jacksonville, FL all the way over the ocean into the United Kingdom. Contact David Crowell at 904-437-088 or Google+