So I am under the impression that even after panda keywords in your site URL matter. Now, after reading those ebooks I still have no idea on how to implement it. For example, let's say I want to start a niche site on DVD movies. What would I name it?
I go on amazon, and find a movie. Ok great, sherlock holmes 2. Now if I google that name obviously the official company of that movie would take that site name and it would be the end for my site due to the high competition.
Alright screw movies then. I move on to books. I find a book, let's say The Secret. I want to name my site thesecretbook.whatever. Obviously that is taken as well (by the publishers)!
Last try. I find a niche in golfing. I want to create a site based on golfing. I want to promote golf balls, specifically the Callaway Golf Warbirds. Again, it has an official site already. Which would probably leave my site in the dust.
So how do you guys do it? Do you promote a single product, and if so how do you bypass the original creators already 99% of the time having a site? Or do you create a site based on a category in that niche, for example golfballs.com? If so, how do you make up a name for the site if golfballs.com is taken 99% of the time as well and other keywords rank poorly?
Any help is greatly appreciated, thank you warriors.