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I own a country level domain called
example.lk in Sri Lanka.
Also there was a site called
example.com which is own by a reputable company in India. Sadly it is the
.com version of my domain.
But they are not operating on that
.com domain, instead they bought it and redirect it to their other site called
So their final product which is
example2.com and my site which is
example.lk belongs to same industry. Same business, which is classified ad listing.
So when someone in my country just type example word in google we can see their parked domain which is
example2.com in search results. ( because it has huge traffic. but they are not doing any businesses in my country )
So if I start my business with my
example.lk domain, can my domain beat them and appear on the top result within my country?
Can they acquire my domain?