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I suppose it depends on what sort of site you are designing.


I don't design many websites and those that I do build are very individual, like a village community website, so if someone searches Google for the village name it's almost bound to be near the top of the list.


There's only one other website dedicated specifically to the village, for the village hall bookings, so my website and that one are normally 1 and 2. There are other websites that include the village, like a local authority website or a site for holiday accommodation, but they usually rate lower in Google. I'm sure it helps to have the site's subject in the domain name.


If you are building a site for retailing shoes, it must be much more difficult to get near the top of the ratings because there are so many other shoe retailers.


So get a domain name that reflects exactly what you sell or where you are, like chicagopizzadelivery.com

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