SEO optimisation for landing pages

Labeled as advice in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by Nova_Ruby, Dec 19, 2020


  1. Nova_Ruby

    Nova_Ruby New Member

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    Hey everyone, I'm relatively new to domaining and have recently hand regged around 60 names which I think may have potential.

    I've listed those which I think are brandable (over half of them) at BrandPa.
    The rest are listed at and have their landing pages there.

    I noticed you can write a description of the domain name at Dan - is this where keywords / SEO would be best placed? Does anyone have any tips on how to write great descriptions and encourage page views?

    Any advice here on fully optimising my landing pages would be appreciated.
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  2. Gube

    Gube Just do it VIP

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    A small description is always better than nothing, but the more content the better.
    Usually, landing pages don't rank very well.
    There is more to consider than just content, there are also the titles, image (with alt, title attributes), semantic, no content stealing (alias duplicate content), and even more
  3. Nova_Ruby

    Nova_Ruby New Member

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    Thanks Gube, totally understand. It doesn't look like we can amend title etc, so I suppose these landing pages are very limited in terms SEO optimisation.

    In terms of Dan itself, if someone was to search for 'Crypto' for example, could a better description here move it up in the search results on the Dan page, or are they purely ordered on similarity to the searched for word?
  4. Pairadice

    Pairadice Established Member

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    I can't say for sure, because I've never taken the time to add descriptions to the DAN pages, but my guess is that the search would be based on just the domain name and not anything else on the page. I am not sure if google and bing would index the dan landing page, but they probably would, especially if you point the DNS there for a long period of time, like 2 months minimum, and in that case, it would probably help to have a description. But like Gube said, they will probably penalize you for having a landing page that they would consider low content or duplicative or whatever. Advertising remains a huge challenge in this industry.
  5. lock

    lock VIP

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    That would just about cover it as if it isn't your own hosting you have no control to do anything more.

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