As tech veterans, most of us are aware how and why
domain names appear in search. While "cloud computing" is
probably a widely searched term, connecting the word "go"
to it will immediately drop its effectiveness in search
results. Remember, search is just what it says it is. If
people are searching for "cloud computing," search engines
are going to measure the effectiveness of that term
against all queries. While search does parse terms and
takes out the key words in the string of alpha/numeric
characters for commonalities, it's going to return results
based on the most common words or phrases in the order of
how those terms are entered. I don't know that anyone
would add the word "go" after entering "cloud computing."
To me, your domain would only be valuable to people who
wanted to try to string a hundred domains together with
those terms and then go after the lowest common
denominator with link baiting or some other ethically
Like Andy said, it's really not appropriate to
jump on this list without ever having contributed anything
or replying to anyone with advice or guidance and simply
advertise your crappy domain name. Please respect general
list etiquette and contribute knowledge. Don't use the
list as your own personal lead generation tool.
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