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While many in the SEO community debunk the myths that the new domain extensions will have any impact on SEO status, others have proven otherwise. I had the opportunity to speak with Daniel Negari, the CEO of .XYZ who is also operating .CARS along with .CAR, .AUTO, .COLLEGE, .RENT, .SECURITY, .PROTECTION and .THEATRE.
There has been a lot of hype about the .co TLDs, there are many people posting that Google will accept them as the new .com, although it's the TLD for Colombia. Will Google treat the .co as generic like .com or .net or as a local TLD? Thanks Matt! Andrés, Costa Rica See which domains you can geotarget in Webmaster Tools: http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.
It's a question many in both the SEO and domain name industry have been asking since it was announced recently. If you go to ABC.XYZ, there is a letter from Larry Page about Google's commitment to innovative ideas and why Alphabet Inc. spun off from Google Inc. There are many reasons to speculate on the SEO value of Google choosing this domain name.
How will Google treat the new nTLDs where any Top Level Domain is possible e.g. for corporations e.g. www.portfolio.mycompanyname regarding influence on ranking and PageRank? RobertvH, Munich You can find more discussion of the new TLDs here: https://plus.google.com/109412257237874861202/posts/4VaWg4TMM5F and of course in our Webmaster Help Forum: http://groups ...
Social networking has created its own search language: the #hashtag. Rather than relying on search engines, people in the social sphere decide what's hot and throw a hashtag in front of it. If it clicks, more people put that hashtag in front of it, and then it becomes a trend and a way to search or get noticed on social networks.
For Brands With a gTLD, It’s Time to Rethink Your SEO Strategy Jennifer Wolfe | January 28, 2015 | Comments Tweet Buffer Owning your own generic top-level domain (gTLD) means it's important to rethink your SEO strategy, as gTLDs will ultimately change how people search and navigate the Internet.