your domain name with keywords is one of the current tricks
people are using to improve their search engine rankings.
And whether it does any good is up for a great deal of debate.
At the moment, there does seem to be some benefit to using
keywords in a domain name and separating them with hyphens.
However, with a quick change of their algorithms, search engines
could just as easily make this a penalty point, i.e. sites
with more than three hyphens in a domain name are penalized.
In other words, the effects of this may not be long lasting.
The fact is that if your website has high quality written
content, and it has a number of sites linking to it, stuffing
your domain name with keywords should not have a great impact
on your ranking – you should already be at the top.
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