Does "g" give more weight to any TLD’s over cctld if all other things are equal ? I always believed com had a slight edge but local cctld was better than lower TLD's e.g net org. Thought I try it out as I have a set TLD’s + cctld all registrations made at the same time none had been previously registered no seo or anything untouched. I put the same script, meta etc, page text simply domain name and corresponding tld followed by Tlds, cctld and vice versa (word.com net org co.uk, word.net org co.uk com etc) and an email link (various @domain @gmail @yahoo etc, ) Varying Ips locations UK, USA Germany, Name servers, various fonts styles, upper + lowercase, text colours, back ground colour , meta’s e.g. word.com title for word .co.uk etc They listed, cached consecutively Com.. Net. Org. UK for any combination of above is it just a coincidence. Anyone else had or done similar One weird bit the ones with a yahoo email seamed to fair better???