what type of domain names are getting type in traffic in india ?

Discussion in 'General Indian Domain Name Discussion' started by ryanmlanane, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. ryanmlanane

    ryanmlanane New Member

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    Are they lll.in domains
    are they TM names
    are they generic names ?

    Would be awesome if someone shared some domains they had type in traffic on the DAY they registered them :)
     
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    It does not matter type of Domain Names. Traffic needs good SEO Practice ONLY.
     
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    i do not agree with previous post (101domain). As in all domain extensions (except 2-3 or 4 letters domains without any sense or dictionary words) besides SEO working we need good words that can be related with multiple categories (like for example finance, shopping, fashion, etc) as these domains even parked can get more traffic than names like IXK or DKX.in that does not mean anything especially for those that want to visit a web site. Of course you can buy traffic in some web sites but for real people visiting your domain (parked, web or mini-site) you need good names like for example financeadvisor.in or medicalattorney.in that unhappily i don´t own.
     
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    northernrailway (.) in
    northernrailway (.) co (.) in

    Both have got a couple visitors a day or so since I regged pretty sure with some click throughs initially now none - I need to optimize the Sedo parking page

    They have been my biggest successes as well as xxi.in which I think is because it used to be owned by someone else - but I also like how it stands for 21 in roman numerals - the acronyms aside.