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is adding " - " better than leaving no gaps?

Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by killaclown, Feb 17, 2006.

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  1. killaclown

    killaclown Active Member

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    hi all,


    me again. sorry for asking these question, just really eager to learn

    is adding " - " better than leaving no gaps.

    free-mp3s.com?

    or

    freemp3s.com?

    i dont own the these domains.....so dont if im allowed to ask what which would be worth more?
     
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  3. BFTUK

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    I'm no expert but i would say that the domain without the hyphen would be worth more. Assuming that the domains were undeveloped.
     
  4. texidriver

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  5. admin Spain

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    I've just posted another "-" sale:

    Golf-Courses.co.uk €2,000 £1,370
     
  6. Whois-Search United Kingdom

    Whois-Search Well-Known Member

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    You need both really yourdomain.co.uk and your-domain.co.uk

    The problem is the one without the hyphen is often taken first !
     
  7. texidriver

    texidriver Active Member

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    remember Wal-Mart regged wal-mart.com 1st in 1991


    then walmart.com in 1999 ish

    after they got it off of "world at large" !!
     
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  8. stevie

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    yep.. and it won't belong before you need the double hyphen
    your--domain.co.uk as well.. already seeing a few uk ones popping up...
    spammers & adsense junkies love them.. multi hyphenated keyword domains.. not much cop for company branding though..
     
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