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Should my website name contain my keyword in it?

phmegacorp
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Should my website name contain my keyword in it?

for example, if i was trying to SEO "How to tame your dog". Should my website be called "howtotameyourdog.com" or at least contain those keywords? thank you
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phmegacorp
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adn rather than create a new topic, my second question is should I learn to use dreamweaver or is Do many of you use Xsitepro? Xsitepro is just more simple but Id like an opinion from experienced individuals
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superaff
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Hey, welcome to the forum.

First, I use the affiloblueprint blog theme (it's for affiloblueprint members only), but xsitepro is pretty easy to use. It's just that I prefer wordpress.

Secondly, it does help to have your main keyword in your domain name, but if you can't, don't worry too much about it.

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wollowra
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Hi PH,
You may find this post helpful.
Having at least one keyword in the domain name is beneficial.
seo/domain-name-coventions-t2975.html
Regards
Troy
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