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    Opinions on this Domain

    I just got the domain biodegradablesunscreen.info

    I need some reviews on it - do you think it might make a good candidate for a small AdSense-ready site?

    It gets around 8k searches/month, and $1.20 ad cost with medium competition. I looked at the first page, and while some authoritative sites were there, it didn't look too bad. It's also summer, so searches may increase.

    I'm investing around $15 on the site itself (domain and articles). Do you think I should be able to earn it all back and make a worthy profit?
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    that's one long domain name mate!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    that's one long domain name mate!!
    It is, but it's meant for the keyword - to access via search engines not directly.
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    hows google with .info? as far as seo. The site it self it looking nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaturnLight View Post
    hows google with .info? as far as seo. The site it self it looking nice

    Google does not differentiate between domain extension so basically if you do your SEO right you have as good chance to rank well with .info extension as you can with .com or .net
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    Quote Originally Posted by howinfo View Post
    Google does not differentiate between domain extension so basically if you do your SEO right you have as good chance to rank well with .info extension as you can with .com or .net
    That's not true. Google does differentiate, specially .info's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    It's also summer, so searches may increase.
    The niche should also be good in the winter time for people travelling to Mexico and the Islands.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    I'm investing around $15 on the site itself (domain and articles). Do you think I should be able to earn it all back and make a worthy profit?
    It seems to me that there's a lot of competition. Not that you can't 'seo' yourself to the first page. But the 7th-10th positions would receive approx 10% of the traffic. So with a 2% ctr, the revenue would be around $20 a month.

    The domain isn't bad. Perhaps you could increase the traffic with targeting longtails, article marketing and with a sister site on
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    I like the keyword. Not sure about .info

    But my first thought was "what is biodegradablesunscreen"? Like I want my sunscreen to not degrade when exposed to the sun and water. And it looks like you are setting out to answer this kind of question which should help a lot with the long tail search rankings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    The niche should also be good in the winter time for people travelling to Mexico and the Islands.

    It seems to me that there's a lot of competition. Not that you can't 'seo' yourself to the first page. But the 7th-10th positions would receive approx 10% of the traffic. So with a 2% ctr, the revenue would be around $20 a month.
    Sounds good Honestly, there doesn't seem to be too bad of competition, compared to some other keywords I've worked with. There are a few authoritative sites on the main page (Amazon, TripAdvisor, Yahoo), but the rest just seem to have gotten there by luck, some of which don't even have on-page SEO done for the keyword.


    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    The domain isn't bad. Perhaps you could increase the traffic with targeting longtails, article marketing and with a sister site on
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    BiodegradableSunblock.org
    While Biodegradable Sunblock gets a lot less searches, I think that may not be a bad idea in terms of maybe cross-linking?


    Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    I like the keyword. Not sure about .info

    But my first thought was "what is biodegradablesunscreen"? Like I want my sunscreen to not degrade when exposed to the sun and water. And it looks like you are setting out to answer this kind of question which should help a lot with the long tail search rankings.
    That's my aim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    Sounds good Honestly, there doesn't seem to be too bad of competition, compared to some other keywords I've worked with. There are a few authoritative sites on the main page (Amazon, TripAdvisor, Yahoo), but the rest just seem to have gotten there by luck, some of which don't even have on-page SEO done for the keyword.
    You may be right. Many of the pages are from travel tour sites.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    While Biodegradable Sunblock gets a lot less searches, I think that may not be a bad idea in terms of maybe cross-linking?
    I would do a one way sitewide from Biodegradable Sunblock to biodegradablesunscreen or in context links.

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