I'm designing a website that will basically be a social network for sharing information.
I have the domain
$$$$d.net and the same domain
where "$$$$" is a word (that runs into the d) pertaining to the purpose of the site .
.com of this domain was already taken, but they've got nothing showing.
They are also not ranked in Google. There is only an error showing. They don't seem to be trying to sell it either.
I also have the long name of the site
where the words "$$$$" and "&&&&&&&&&" would contribute relevant SEO to the site.
In fact the word "$$$$------" would also work if a one letter spelling mistake is recognized at all by Google, which I doubt but am unsure about. But as a brandname the "$$$$------" word still works relevantly.
Which do you think is a better choice to use?
- The short catchy name with the
.infofor relevance to information
.netwhich is more familiar than
.infobut slightly less relevant maybe. (But I think "net" as in "network" still works because as I said, it will be a social networking site.)
- The long,
.comdomain which has more SEO plus a pun, albeit on a spelling mistake.
I know its kind of a subjective question and also hard to answer without knowing the name (which I've obfuscated because I'm only in initial design stage) but nevertheless I'm interested in what some of you guys think.