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Domain names: What is new about it?

Do you know, that you can register since a few days .com, .net or .org-DOMAINS longer than 23 charakters? Perhaps a chance to find a better URL-address than your existing?

You can now register domains up to 67 charakters. As the good notions up to 23 letters are almost all used, it is a new chance for your website promotion.

We quote here from an article by

by Patrick Anderson - Author of Right On The Money

The word is out... for the past two weeks the experts have been taking advantage of a change in Domain Name regulations that allows up to 67 characters in domain names.

Since 1993, Network Solutions has registered more than 3.4 million domain names -- all limited to 26 characters. Now that their exclusive government contract is ending, competitors have tossed this artificial limit and are allowing longer names.

I did some digging into the original name space RFC to assure myself that the longer names were valid. To quote the RFC, "The labels must follow the rules for ARPANET host names. They must start with a letter, end with a letter or digit, and have as interior characters only letters, digits, and hyphen. There are also some restrictions on the length. Labels must be 63 characters or less." See:

With this in mind, my advice is to keep your domain name to 63 characters for maximum compatibility.


"As we've frequently reported in our SE Book & Newsletter, placing keywords right in your domain name can give your site a major boost on search engines. We've also reported that some engines (like Infoseek & Excite) are no longer accepting sub-directory pages. This is one of the reasons the smart marketing pros have been buying keyword-phrase domain names. They use them as doorway pages to boost traffic to their sites." says Stephen Mahaney, author of The Unfair Advantage Book on Winning the Search Engine Wars.

Michael Campbell points out, in Nothing But 'Net, "The reason we want keywords in the domain name is that search engines often get 'tuned' to find, and give better positioning to, domains with keywords in them."

He goes on to mention examples like and, then notes that "After some experimentation the hyphenated domains did slightly better in search results than the non hyphenated ones. The hyphen seems to act as a delimiter."

I just talked to Marlon Sanders, author of The Amazing Formula that Sells Products Like Crazy, who told me "I just registered seven domain names today. This blows my mind! My competitors are going to freak out when they see some of the domain names I snagged... Plus I grabbed a number of primo words for the search engines. You should do the same thing immediately."

Declan Dunn, author of Winning the Affiliate Game, sent out a memo to his affiliates advising "To get on top of the search engines, one of the critical keys is a good domain name LOADED with keywords." Declan gives several examples such as: and

Declan goes on to say "this news is spreading among WebMasters, SearchEngine Meisters, Internet marketers, and big corporations. Don't wait."

Corey Rudl, President of The Internet Marketing Center, also told his readers of the news, saying "When I say this is time sensitive, I AM VERY SERIOUS. If you do not jump on the bandwagon now, and if you even wait a few weeks... you are going to lose out. All of the ".com" domain names that are in demand over 26 characters are going to be registered. (And trust me, there are a lot!)"

John Audette's I-Search Discussion List, included a new post by the search engine expert, Webmaster T, who explained "Having a domain name with keywords in it is very important as it seems almost all engines are parsing URLs. Not only is the domain name important but also the directory and file names are definitely important."

I have been registering hyphenated domains for our clients over the past year. It works. The past two weeks we have been quietly grabbing several VERY HOT, very long, hyphenated domain names.

If you don't want to get left behind, get your keyword stuffed long domain name right away!

Here's an excerpt from Stephen Mahaney's Unfair Advantage Newsletter: (reprinted with permission)
Flash Alert - too important to wait till January...

There's a buying frenzy going on! And, if we waited for the January issue of Search Engine News to tell you about it you'd have reason to think that we waited too long. The change means that you (or anyone) can now register long (KEYWORD RICH) domain names like...


These are exactly the types of domain names that search engines like and, as of yesterday, they were all available -- both WITH and WITHOUT the dashes! (FYI, search engines like the dashes slightly better while people prefer the domains without. When in doubt, take both).

Anyway, this change is HUGE. It represents both a marketing opportunity and a search engine placement opportunity not unlike the days when the web was new. It means that strategic KEYWORD PHRASES that were previously too long can now be registered. AND, they can be placed directly in the path of the search engines.

There you have it... the biggest news to hit the web in a long time...


1.Look for a Domain, which is exactly expressing your business!
2.Register now DOMAIN names, which are "catchy" and attractive!
3.Register now a better domain as you have and promote two different domains at the search engines which are a little different!
Be quick!All good names over 23 charakters are being to registered very soon!
4.Use keywords in your domain name, as search engines love keywords in the domain name!
5.If you have an .org or .net domain for your business, because you could not get a better one, look now for registering a com-domain which suits to your business!
Everybody looks first at .com! Take your chance!

6.On the contrary: Perhaps you have already a good .com address. . You should register your favourite word or business name with the .net or org.domain, especially if you have a company, before the competitor does ist.

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