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My question is: How to find a Godaddy special offer code?.

My 2nd question is: I would like your advice please on the following:.

Im looking to purchase a HostGator name that has 2 words and was wondering which one is better to buy with regards to it being better for SEO.

Is it better to have a hyphen between the two words or is it better to look like one long word? As an example, what is better: www.organic-certification.org or www.organiccertification.org ?

Comments (12)

Your question was: How to find a Godaddy special offer code?.

Here's my answer to your question: How to find a Godaddy special offer code?.

I'd appreciate if someone can offer some advice..

Many thanks.

Danny..

Comment #1

I'm pretty sure the one without the hythen would be better, but why not just buy both variations of the one you want and then redirect the one with the hyphen to the one without?..

Comment #2

As far as I'm aware of, SEO wouldn't be that affected by choosing one or the other. What would be affected is type-in traffic.

I'd go with the one without the hyphen, hands down...

Comment #3

Thanks for the replies. Much appreciated.

Our organisation is trying to attract business globally and although we are located in the UK we are not specific to the UK.

The question I now have is what is better: .org or .org.uk.

If .org is better it has already been bought by a competitor. What alternatives would you suggest? If I could have a hyphen between the 2 keywords I have a lot more options but it seems that you all agree that hyphens are not good.

All help and advice given is greatly appreciated...

Comment #4

Are you a money making business? If you have a budget for aquiring a HostGator name I would look into trying to buy a name off of a owner. Not everyone wants $xxxx for there names. I would resgester the best .org name you can come up with now as a back up. Then email some people that have better names and see if they would want to sell it. Also look at websites that sell HostGator names.org is easyer for people worldwide to remember the .org.uk..

Comment #5

No we are a very small organisation. We do not have a budget for acquiring HostGator names. The HostGator name we have in mind is our main keyword. We have purchased several variations of it but one has already been bought by one of our competitors thus my questions are quite specific. Therefore I post again:.

Our organisation is trying to attract business globally and although we are located in the UK we are not specific to the UK.

The question I now have is what is better: .org or .org.uk.

If .org is better it has already been bought by a competitor. What alternatives would you suggest? If I could have a hyphen between the 2 keywords I have a lot more options but it seems that you all agree that hyphens are not good.

All help and advice given is greatly appreciated...

Comment #6

Currently my site is at a HostGator name which is not a searchable word and i've been advised to move my site over to a HostGator containing my main keyword.

The .org I can't get, already bought by a competitor. If I use a hyphen between the 2 keyworks I can get the .org, otherwise I will have to suffice with .org.uk.

I have bought both but which do you feel is better HostGator name to host my website for SEO purposes?..

Comment #7

.org is better but if you are doing a lot of your business in the uk it's good to get the .org.uk also.

As for suggesting alternatives or giving more advice that is hard if we dont know what keywords you were looking at...

Comment #8

If you plan for asia market go for dot asia, your name should be avai, also very friendly with google and yahoo ....

If org is out, get org.uk as main and work out with dot asia (redirect or link back), tld is always better then cctld (what I learn here) ....

Comment #9

If you want a HostGator for SEo purposes then the hyphen allows for search engine spiders to easily identify the 2 keywords in your HostGator (a big plus for SEO). However, users aren't used to typing in hyphens in the URL bar..so I guess it's up to you..

Comment #10

If it's a choice...get both. I would pass on the hyphen as you will certainly give up type-in traffic to the other...

Comment #11

Get them both and get as many extensions as you can for your company and have them trademark if your competitor has no trademark on it yet..

This advise is good if you don't have plans to sell them for long term..

The hyphen in seo since you mentioned it, is the spacer of your keywords...

Comment #12


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