I have a very short and fancy ccTLD (
vwx.yz) for my private page. The page gives an overview about me and my conducted research and is currently associated with some small island somwhere nowhere.
I also have the gTLD (
comlicated_name.de). However, for the sake of spelling and memorising, I would like to stick to
vwx.yz as my main page and channel all the traffic there.
- The ccTLD is not yet considered generic by Google (although I think that might change some time).
- I cannot find my private page on Google (UK, DE, US) with keywords usually leading to my research. In fact, I am at position 30 when googling for my own name.
- In this answer it is claimed that redirecting a gTLD to ccTLD might have an effect for SEO, are there any sources for that?
- Should I first copy the hole contact to
complicated_name.comfor the language English (with a link stating the canonical page is
vwx.yz), let google index it and than do a 301 redirect from
vwx.yz? (Same for