Exact Match Domains Still Important

I’ve read a lot recently about how exact match domain (EMD) names are no longer relevant and that they aren’t important for search engine optimization (SEO).  I’ve disagreed with that and have found that if there is information that is worthwhile on an exact match domain name they are easily ranked on Google and other search engines.  Although I think I understand SEO well, I don’t practice it on a massive basis so it was nice to see this piece of research by someone who seems to be doing it regularly.

You can read the article here:

Case Study: How to Rank EMD in Just a Few Days

Hi, I know that a lot of people said that EMD (Exact Match Domain) sites are dead, especially since the latest google EMD update where many EMDs got slapped really hard. This is not true at all, I want to share you a Case Study that my team have done. This one is for a 4,400 Exact Match keyword where we were able to rank in just a few days…

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About Joe Alagna

Joe Alagna is the Vice President of Channel Development at the leading international domain name registrar, 101domain.com. Having been involved in the domain name industry and ICANN for over 15 years, he is an expert in all aspects of the domain business, including domain name investing, new gTLDs, registrars, and registries. Before the domain name business, he negotiated national accounts contracts for AT&T Wireless. Joe can be reached by phone at +1 (909) 606-9175 or via email using the contact form on this site.
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