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What is EMD?
Posted 03 January 2013 - 11:27 PM
Is it good for sites or you face some bad effect on your site ranking?
Please share your experience with me.'
Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:19 AM
It will for sure give you a good pointer to what it is
Posted 08 February 2013 - 12:52 AM
EMD stands for exact match domain. It was last year, google came up with an update called "EMD update". According to this update the websites having their domain name as some keyword (for example "seocompany.com" ) and having bad backlinks would be penalized.
This is just a brief about EMD, rest you can read on searchengineland.com. You can get all you want to know.
Posted 29 April 2013 - 10:29 PM
EMD domain names are generally good for your SEO strategy and when they might possibly be a bad move for SEO. Exact Match Domain names are just that–domain names that contain an exact match of a keyword or keyword phrase. So, an example of an exact match domain name would be “books.com” or “travel.com” or even Keyword1Keyword2.com where “keyword1″ is one word and “keyword2″ is another keyword. It’s widely known in the SEO industry that having one of these keyword-rich Exact Match Domain names will astronomically increase the chances that the site will show up on the first page of the search results for a keyword search that contains those keywords or keyword phrase. Currently, this “additional ranking benefit” is only valid for .COM domain names that do NOT contain hyphens.