Domain names that contain your key words - How many do you have?

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Leanrning as much as I can, I recnetly had someont tell me to buy up as many domain names that contain the key word phrases I am trying to rank for, put articles on them with reviews and anchor links leading to my money page.

Is this a technique anyone here supports?
If so, how many links do you tend to go with before you notice results?
How well does this work out for you?
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  • Profile picture of the author King Shiloh
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    Is buying domain names that contain your keywords a good technique? YES, it is.

    How many back(links) do you need before you start getting results? 1 to infinity.

    Does it work for you? YES, it does, very well.

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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Morgan
    Originally Posted by pseudonymble View Post

    If so, how many links do you tend to go with before you notice results?
    How well does this work out for you?
    It works very well.

    as for how many links? there is no limit.
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    • Profile picture of the author SEOaaron
      Keyword rich domains are great for kick starting your serp listings.
      Buy memorable, keyword rich domains in emerging niches to ensure that you're ahead of the game!
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  • Profile picture of the author tonyaphx
    I have found having you keywords in them works well if it's a .com, .net, or .org, but not so well with the .info names so from now on I am only buying .com, .net, and .org.
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  • Profile picture of the author pseudonymble
    I just want to make sure I am understanding this correctly.

    So I have a site I am pushing an eBook on
    www.thedefaultsystem.com

    So if I was trying to rank for these key words:
    student loan forgive
    student loan destroy

    I would then buy these domains.
    Studenloanforgive.com
    Studentloandestroy.com

    and put articles or blogs on those domains that link back to my ebook site right.

    Sound about right?
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    • Profile picture of the author King Shiloh
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      Originally Posted by pseudonymble View Post

      I just want to make sure I am understanding this correctly.

      So I have a site I am pushing an eBook on
      www.thedefaultsystem.com

      So if I was trying to rank for these key words:
      student loan forgive
      student loan destroy

      I would then buy these domains.
      Studenloanforgive.com
      Studentloandestroy.com

      and put articles or blogs on those domains that link back to my ebook site right.

      Sound about right?
      Yes, if the domain names are still available and if you are sure that you did a proper keyword research considering other factors such as competition, search volume...
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  • Profile picture of the author dake
    Buying domain names for undiscovered niche keywords, is the key for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen D7
    I am thinking of using an integrated ttp://subdomain.myname.com/keyword/product/ system to maximize page rank while building a brand name.
    Has anyone tried this and run into problem?
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  • Profile picture of the author iresh
    Hey, why you guys think that having a keyword phase in the domain name is important, but many suspenseful domains dont follow the same rule
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    • Profile picture of the author Stephen D7
      Hi Iresh, Keywords or phrases are primarily tied to individual web-pages on a multi-page website. The page rank governs its position on the SERP, and both are increased by use of the keywords in the page Title, Content Headlines and Body, Authority of the whole website (based on all Bot accessible pages), and page rank of off-site pages that Link into your page. These factors can outweigh the SERP affect of the actual Domain name.
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