17 Mar 07
09 Jul 07 9:43 pm
Just to enlighten this a bit more;
imagine I have a site http://www.MySite.com
I have these keywords:
- browse site
- surf website
Instead of using one general site called http://www.MySite.com
, I could much better target my visitors by using targeted domains, e.g:
Does that make any sense?
I'm still worried that Adwords might ban these ads or websites if I use the same content (except for the modified keywords and appropriate sentences) including the 40 articles needed for each site to avoid the Google slap.
I mean, how will Google know I am the same person owning all those domains, and that I am merely trying to get more accurate traffic?
About a 301 redirect; personally I get annoyed when I'm being redirected to another domain, and end up on a totally different site than promised. E.g: the ad displays http://www.BrowseSites.com
, and then the visitor gets redirected to MySite.com/BrowseSites.html.
It will perform so much better displaying and directing to an actual targeted domain, which can avoid the user thinking "hmm, is this really the same site I originally went for?", plus the user is much more likely to click on my ad, as it is more relevant.
Thanks for your time, hope someone can help me out.
Best regards, Rudolf.
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