Should You Use Hyphen in Your Domain Name?

Answer will surprise you...

To-Do: Take a domain consisting of one word...
(PresseBox) ( Koeln, )
General advice: Do not use dashes or numbers in your domain name - it is hard for people to remember, unless it is central to the theme of your site.

If you own a domain without hyphen and which consists of two words, you should register also the domain with hyphen.

Otherwise you will lose traffic, as a part of consumers will type your domain with hyphen into the browser.

Worst case: A competitor has the same domain with hyphen.


Hans-Peter Oswald
http://www.domainregistry.de/...

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