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Jarcher697
01-10-2011, 12:11 PM
Hello all,

I had a quick look through the forum and couldnt find anything that answers my question so here goes..

I am curious to know other people's opinions on the weight given by Google to the domain name in relation to keywords. For example, my site: http://the-canvas-art-shop.co.uk has 2 keywords in the title, but they are positioned after a stop word and divided by hyphens. In your experience, is this going to be a big hindrance to my SERP's?

Your thoughts would be much appreciated.

J Archer.

bermuda
01-11-2011, 06:58 AM
Although it is wonderful to register domains and use websites which are made up of the targeted keywords, but in reality we can also find hundreds of top ranking portals that have addresses far from the words specified. Links and contents are actually specifying the real strength of the domains across the net these days otherwise having a top level domain with the best words and no links would remain on the last parts of Google SERPs.

shandy7894
01-14-2011, 05:53 AM
POU domain factors are transcriptional regulators characterized by a highly conserved DNA-binding domain referred to as the POU domain. The structure of the POU domain has been solved, facilitating the understanding of how these proteins bind to DNA and regulate transcription via complex protein-protein interactions.

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jhone007
01-14-2011, 08:24 AM
In my opinion if u have keywords without (-) high-fun in your TLD URL will really help you. But with high-fun they will not help you more. In the last but not least if you have good stuff on your website & full fill that is committed by your ULR title then your website definitely will be on the top in SERP.