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A Top-Level Domain refers to the "dot com" part of your website's domain name. When you decide to purchase a domain name, you must first decide which TLD you wish to use. The most common examples of TLDs available include .com, .net, .org, .edu, etc.
Google's algorithm certainly considers your website's TLD. Throughout the history of SEO, there has always been an interest in TLD and how to most leverage them. For example, a popular link building strategy in recent years was to reach out to colleges and universities for backlinks from .EDU domains, as they were perceived to have more "weight" and thus have a more significant impact on your site's SEO.
Whether you are looking to leverage an extensive TLD strategy for an ongoing SEO campaign, or you are the owner/licensor of a TLD and would like to partner with OuterBox, we'd love to hear from you.
We understand your project is unique. Whether you own a network of sites sharing a specific TLD or you own and operate an entire TLD and all the domains within, we'd love to hear from you. Fill out the form below and we'll get back to you with more information, including a custom pricing estimate. Or, if you'd like to discuss your project over the phone, call us at 1-866-647-9218. We're open Monday through Friday, 9-5 EST.
It is well known that .coms and other popular TLD's tend to rank better in Google globally.
When deciding to register a new domain or purchase an existing name from a reseller, you need to consider all of the SEO ramifications, including the TLD of the domain you plan to acquire. If the domain already exists, there are other things to consider in addition to the TLD. For example, the domain's age, existing backlink profile, etc., should all be considered and evaluated by an SEO professional.
TLD stands for Top-Level Domain. The TLD is the part of your domain name that follows your second-level domain name. For example, for our website that you are on right now, our TLD is .com, and our second-level domain name is outerboxdesign. Put them together, and you get outerboxdesign.com
The days of exact match keywords in your domain name helping you rank are all but extinct. Still, there are many advantages of strategically incorporating your target keyword(s) in your domain. You also want to pick a name that is memorable and in line with your company's brand.
In summary, your domain name matters for SEO, and using a domain name with an existing (positive) history with Google can give you a leg up. However, there are many moving parts to the equation, so unless you are an SEO professional, we recommend consulting with an SEO agency before you purchase your domain, if SEO is part of your marketing plan in the future, that is.