What would you gentlemen and ladies here think about buying .info domains and then having them redirect to hubs?
Do you think this would be beneficial? Would it aid in marketing purposes for hubs?
Just a fleeting thought I had...
I tried it briefly - I don't think there was any benefit: you might as well just promote the hub. If you are going to buy the domain I would instead add a blog and use it to promote your hubs!
Unless it was a domain that already had backlinks or type in traffic I don't see any advantage at all.
Truthfully, the only benefit I see is having the link show at the bottom left of the screen as a domain name when moused over.
Like I said. Just a fleeting thought. Doubtful I will act on it.
Thanks for the feedback.
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