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The prevailing thought is that .info domains are pretty much useless, but some claim to be able to achieve good rankings with them
Registrars are virtually giving them away, are they worth the while?
#domains #info
  • Profile picture of the author SEOHelix
    You can get good rankings with .info sites but there is a reason why most experienced people choose not to use .info.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Originally Posted by dblgdee View Post

    The prevailing thought is that .info domains are pretty much useless, but some claim to be able to achieve good rankings with them
    Registrars are virtually giving them away, are they worth the while?
    The prevailing thought? FROM WHO? People who don't know
    anything? Okay. I'll second that.

    Is your post just to spam your sig link?

    Just wondering, because it's a question that has been answered
    many times here. Many times.

    Too many times.

    And here we go again. We start the whole friggin thing over
    again.

    This thread should end here.

    Google could give a rat's behind if you use a .info or a .com.
    Period.

    But it won't end. Because people have these puppy dog feelings
    that get mixed up with big dog SEO.

    How about a filter so that any thread with ".info" in the
    title gets deleted?

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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    This is asked almost daily.

    I've had no issues with .info domains. Neither have many other people. Though there's always a handful of others though that claim .info is terrible.

    The only real way to know for sure is to try and rank one yourself. That's it.
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    • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
      Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

      This is asked almost daily
      Yeah - I've even seen it asked more than a couple of times per day.

      To the OP - domain extension means nada. Focus on your keyword research and the competition you're going up against instead.
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  • Profile picture of the author Law guy
    Well,

    they're only cheap for the first year, after that they're 10$/yr too. Despite of that, you can rank well with .infos too, but from personal experience a .net/.org/.com is always better than an .info domain.
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