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Which domain(s) should i use?

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  1. bensd United Kingdom

    bensd Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    cheapnetbooks//.net
    cheapestnetbooks//.net
    cheapestnetbooks//.co.uk
    enetbook//.co.uk
    enetbooks//.co.uk
    inetbook//.co.uk
    netbookprices//.co.uk
    newnetbooks//.co.uk

    I am going to develop 2 of the above domains into netbook review / price comparison websites. Which 2 domains should i use?
     
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    Personally, I would probably go with 2 out of the bottom 3 you have listed, and more than likely the bottom 2.

    I don't mind names with the word "cheap" in them, but it might put some people off thinking they are getting inferior goods if you use some of the others? Not checked search results for any of them, just my thoughts.
     
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    cheapnetbooks//.net - this for a US site
    cheapestnetbooks//.co.uk - this for a UK site

    Qualifying the name with cheap or cheapest gives you a niche and I expect it has search volume. Makes it easier to target the cost sensitive consumer.

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    netbookprices//.co.uk For comparison
    newnetbooks//.co.uk For reviews

    Good luck !!! watch out for a DRS :lol:

    I love it how businesses are wising up to DRS/intelectual property rights but not keywords/generic names :confused:
     
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