I'm *very* new to SEO, but I've heard that a good domain name can make a big difference when it comes to rating well for a specific keyword.
Can someone offer some advice in the following situation:
Lets say I am trying to sell an ebook that cures "StinkEye", a painful medical condition that causes the eyes to bulge.
I've found a keyword phrase that for whatever reason gets lots of hits and has very little competition: "Bulging the eyes". I would *really* like to rank well for this.
First off, that is tough grammer to work with, compared to "bulging of the eyes" or just "bulging eyes" (both of which have lots of competition).
First question: Is this phrase worth going after in spite of its bad grammar?
Next, I'm assuming that from a Search Engine's perspective, the domain name "BulgingTheEyes.com" as a perfect keyword match gives the maximum credit towards ranking, let's call it 100%
What would you guess would be the relative effectiveness of the following domain names in my effort to rank for the search phrase "bulging the eyes"?
BlugingTheEyes.com = 100%
Last question: Once you select a domain name, how would you go about ranking for an awkward phrase like this?
For example, would a well written article using gramatically correct closely related keyword phrases like "Bulging in the eye" and "how to stop bulging eyes" have any merit for rating on "bulging the eyes"?
I could imagine an article titled: "Stinkeye - How To Stop Buldging in the Eyes" but I'm concerned it would only give me credit towards the highly competitive phrase "Buldging in the eyes".
Any advice is appreciated!