Started by sadko7777, Jun 20, 2022, 12:58 PM

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If a name's is regged in over 100 extentions, is that a good thing ?


You can PM me the name and I'll appraise it for you ^ but yes having a keyword registered in 100 .extensions - usually pertains to a increased value



registered in 100 ext. and none are developed?

i'd say no

so, it depends on the name and the other extensions, because they could all be regged by the same person... just to make "fake value"



To get high positions on competitive queries for a new site, it needs to be promoted for at least six months.
But that process can be accelerated if you glue a site with a released domain or a domain from a Store that is close to you in name, subject matter and with already existing credibility indicators. You can buy such a domain and make it a mirror of your site. Thus, your main domain will receive its indicators and rise in the search results.

Mirrors are sites that completely or partially coincide with each other in terms of content. If you "glue" them, that is, combine them in the index database of search engines, only one of your sites (the main mirror) will be shown in the search, while it will have all the reference weight and all the indicators of other mirrors.

For example, you are creating a new website on a new domain donuets.com. This site does not have traffic, backlinks yet, and it occupies low positions in search results. But you know that there used to be a good bakery "Buns & donuets" in your city.
Seven months ago, its owner moved, started a new business, changed the website address — it doesn't matter. The main thing is that he no longer uses the domain bunsanddonuets.com with the existing indicators of credibility. You can buy this domain, copy your website to it and "glue" it with your main domain.

What will it give
Your site will rise in the search results. The indicators of the main site are equal to the sum of the indicators of all its mirrors. So, the weight of links and search traffic bunsanddonuets.com  will be transmitted to donuets.com.
There is a high probability that together with the second domain you will get new customers. When a former Buns & donuets customer types the address in the search bunsanddonuets.com, there will be an automatic redirection to the main mirror — donuets.com. If the customer likes your product, he can come back and buy again.
What you need to consider
This method of increasing traffic should be approached with great care to avoid pitfalls.

1. Check whether the theme of your site matches the one that has been released.

For example, you open a network of bakeries donuets.de. And want to purchase a vacant domain with good indicators donuets.com . But it wasn't doughnuts that were sold at this address, but equipment for bakeries. Former visitors to this site are your potential competitors, not buyers. Obviously, buying such a domain does not make sense.

2. Make sure that the vacated domain has a good history.

Perhaps the former owners baked tasteless donuets, delivered them late, or even worse — deceived their customers. They used substandard products, violated sanitary safety standards, and most of the links to this site are negative news in the media.

3. Check the domain for search engine sanctions.
If a site located on a domain previously violated the rules of search engines, this domain could fall under their sanctions and filters. If you buy such a domain and place your website on it, its individual pages (or the entire site) will sink in the search results or drop out of the search engine index.

Sue Nelson

By itself, owning a certain domain name with 100 different extensions for this site does not carry any benefits, but everything changes when the process of content filling and promotion begins. If each such site has a copy of the same content, then search robots will only lower the rating of such a site, but the hyperlink will increase points.
You can quickly promote another site with one copy, but with a different extension. In theory, yes, but in practice, everything depends on many factors, where the registrars themselves play an important role.
In my experience, the idea of multiple extensions is a great idea, but how you will use it is a completely different story. If we are talking about a banal resale, then this is a bad idea, especially if the name is not saleable. Virtually no one will buy a new IP for a lot of site extensions.