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I have a client with a website name that ends with se. I thought instead of dealing with .com domain names I would register something like gardenho.se.

Is there anything wrong with this? Does this impact SEO? Can I simply have the one name and then redirect it to the .com domain name so that it can be used on business cards?

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marked as duplicate by Simon Hayter, Su', John Conde Apr 17 '13 at 0:18

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There is nothing wrong with it at all. Keep in mind that http://gardenho.se won't show up as 'garden hose' to Google. You can use a 301 to redirect the .com

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