When choosing a domain would it benefit to use more than one such as .org, .net etc. What is the difference if I just used .com rather than using multiple ones?
If you want to target an international audience .com and .net are usually the best choices.
However even if you want to do localization of a .com domain it is possible through google webmaster tools.
I would mostly be concerned about my domain including my keyword than choosing between .com etc
unless you are an educational institution (edu), there is no reason to have any othe domain than the .com
In my opinion the .biz and .net never really caught on.
I think it tottally depends on who you want your site to target. .org is usually representative of a charity site, one with the sole purpose of being a non profit organisation, so if you intend to make money, you dont want to use this.
.net is usually representative of a website involved in networking technologies such as a service provider.
.com is considered commercial, generally targetting everyone across the world.
And then you have country specific ones like .co.uk which will target the british audience and search engines.
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