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RecruitmentBlog.co.uk

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  1. Kari

    Kari Retired Member

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    My first purchase while in hospital following a pnemothorax

    RecruitmentBlog.co.uk

    Any good ?
     
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  3. Murray United Kingdom

    Murray Well-Known Member

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    What made it stand out to you as something worth registering?

    It's only registered in .com otherwise, that usually says a lot.
     
  4. Kari

    Kari Retired Member

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    Registered it because am also launching RecruitmentFair.co.uk shortly and also job board software
    Thought would be good fit

    Plus can use the blog to get more social traffic from importing jobs from my main site onto the blog, and posting on social sites for traffic,
    Have tons going on once I get out of hospital
     
  5. Murray United Kingdom

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    Wouldn't it make sense to keep it all on one site?

    + hope you're feeling better after your hospital visit.
     
  6. Kari

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    Usually yes however on different IPS so thinking of back links etc

    Thanks☺ was due out today but a while left yet
     
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    Well, first of all, I hope you are recovering well.

    Regarding RecruitmentBlog.co.uk, I think it's OK for what you have planned. Recruitment is a high profit sector, so that's always a good thing.

    If you were trying to sell as domain only, I think you would find it very hard to sell. Companies will prefer to use brandable domains that are shorter. The length of your domain counts against it.

    That said, it's fine for your purposes. However, if you really put a lot of work in and tried to attract advertising, I think the "genericness" of your domain would also count against you, because you have no distinction in the marketplace.

    Good luck ... and I hope you feel better.
     

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