Does this domain sound grammatically correct?

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** fight fatigue blueprint dot com **

...it's for a clickbank ebook. It sounds catchy but wasn't sure if it sounds right.

I'm open to suggestions - preferably if it ends with 'blueprint'.

Thanks in advance!
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  • Profile picture of the author CloptonCapital
    Grammatically it works, but as far as keyword density is concerned it's going to be hard.
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    • Profile picture of the author JMcGee2010
      It does sound catchy. Have you considered adding the word "the" to the beginning of it?

      thefightfatigueblueprint.com?

      Just a suggestion.
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      • Profile picture of the author Racquel_McFarlane07
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        Yes definitely add "the" to the beginning of that.
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by JMcGee2010 View Post

          Have you considered adding the word "the" to the beginning of it?

          thefightfatigueblueprint.com?

          Just a suggestion.
          Originally Posted by Racquel_McFarlane07 View Post

          Yes definitely add "the" to the beginning of that.
          Please excuse a strongly dissenting voice, but don't do that: it matters to start the domain-name with your major keyword. An additional word on the end is no problem at all, but "the" on the beginning is just a mistake.
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          • Profile picture of the author Sea Eagle
            I agree with Alexa.

            Adding 'the' would make it sound more 'definative' - but I wouldn't add it onto the domain name. Instead, I'd probably just add the 'the' to the title of the ebook cover and graphics header.

            ...Or maybe I should get both domains and forward the 'the' domain to the official domain.

            Just another thought... How about "The Fatigue Blueprint" (fatigue blueprint dot com)? It's shorter so it might be easier to remember/type for the long-term.

            Would this domain sound okay for a clickbank ebook?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
      Originally Posted by CloptonCapital View Post

      Grammatically it works, but as far as keyword density is concerned it's going to be hard.
      I don't agree. I think that it is an alright keyword and has average difficulty to say the least.
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  • Profile picture of the author Clojo
    Is there enough searches per month for this "fight fatigue blueprint"? 1500 or above?And is the competition low? If not then it may not be worth chasing that keyword.
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  • Profile picture of the author kevinw1
    From a human-sounding point of view, "Fatigue-Fighting-blueprint" works better, but that may not fit your keywords.
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    • Profile picture of the author bretski
      Isn't there a syndrome that is part of this niche that would be a better keyword?
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by bretski View Post

        Isn't there a syndrome that is part of this niche that would be a better keyword?
        Well, there are many, but perhaps not so many keyword-rich domain-names available as .com's?

        "Fatigue" is certainly a hugely searched keyword.

        It's also a difficult niche for "nomenclature" because the terminology's so different between the US and all the rest of the English-speaking world, of course.

        One person's "chronic fatigue syndrome" is another person's "post-viral syndrome" and a third person's "myalgic encephalomyelitis" and a fourth person's "fibromyalgic syndrome", and all these keywords have their search-volumes and their competing sites, and so on. I'm just saying (albeit that I'm not quite sure why ).
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        • Profile picture of the author celenco
          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          Well, there are many, but perhaps not so many keyword-rich domain-names available as .com's?

          "Fatigue" is certainly a hugely searched keyword.

          It's also a difficult niche for "nomenclature" because the terminology's so different between the US and all the rest of the English-speaking world, of course.

          One person's "chronic fatigue syndrome" is another person's "post-viral syndrome" and a third person's "myalgic encaphalomyelitis" and a fourth person's "fibromyalgic syndrome", and all these keywords have their search-volumes and their competing sites, and so on. I'm just saying (albeit that I'm not quite sure why ).
          Then the solution is simple, decide what keyword you want, then optimize pages on your site for the other keywords.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
      Originally Posted by kevinw1 View Post

      From a human-sounding point of view, "Fatigue-Fighting-blueprint" works better, but that may not fit your keywords.
      I like Kevin's idea 'Fatigue Fighting Blueprint dot com' it flows better I think. But I'm not sure what you're keywords are that you're targeting.

      If you're targeting the actual keywords 'fight fatigue' then stick with 'fight fatigue blueprint'.

      I wouldn't add the 'the' at the beginning. I agree with Alexa that you should start your domain with your keywords when possible. I also don't think it sounds right with 'the' at the beginning.
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  • Profile picture of the author BlondieWrites
    That sounds good to me. I would not add the word *the* before it as long as the main domain is available. The domain sounds right, plus it's the content that will more determine how the site rates as far as SEO.


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    • Profile picture of the author bretski
      True, Alexa. I forget sometimes that you're in the UK and I agree that the nomenclature is very different on opposite sides of the pond in many niches. "get pregnant" vs, "fall pregnant", for instance.

      Tell me you didn't spell myalgic encaphalomyelitis off the top of your head though... please?
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  • Profile picture of the author davidfstyles
    With the keyword at the start of the domain you'll get higher CTR's with AdWords and will be a lot easier to rank for SEO. I say go for it and see how you go.
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