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Tim Stokes added an answer to this question
Tim Stokes

Tim Stokes, Managing Director at

I used to have a .com website for a few years for my business and then changed it to a and saw no major difference. I have been researching SEO for 18 years and look at my rank position frequently. 

In Google Search Console you can specify the country you want to target and rank ...  Continue Reading
Sam William added an answer to this question
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Sam William

Sam William at MPG Business Information Systems Private Limited

Here are some tips for you.

1) Perform A/B Testing Frequently.
2) Reduce the Number of Website Pages.
3) Include Attractive CTAs.
4) Pay Attention to Website Security.
5) Beware of 404 Errors.
6) Use Adequate Images and Videos, but Provide Ample Whitespace.
7) Focus on the Flow.
8) Colors Matter.
9) Make It Responsive and Easy to Navigate
10) Faster Loading Times Are a Must
11) Conduct Site and Usability Audits

Example website Dynamics Square

Kristy Bernales added an answer to this question
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Kristy Bernales

Kristy Bernales at Webdesign Xperts

my insights

  • you have Iframes on the web pages, this mean that content in an Iframe cannot be indexed.
  • Your page has 2 redirects. Redirects introduce additional delays before the page can be loaded. Read more
  • Minify JavaScript - Compacting JavaScript code can save many bytes of data and speed up downloading, parsing, and execution time.

  • Your page has 6 blocking script resources and 3 blocking CSS resources. This causes a delay in rendering your page.

Philip Brookes added an answer to this question
Philip Brookes

Philip Brookes, Director at

Personally, it's been our experience that the *management* of your domain is frequently the biggest concern, not the basic registration. Many companies can offer domain registration, and while the domain is just parked there you don't experience any issues. You can, of course, point the domain to someone ...  Continue Reading
Aditya Wardhana added an answer to this question
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Aditya Wardhana

Aditya Wardhana at

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Hi,I personally think the decision would be very subjective. I am hoping my pointers below will help,1. Creating a new site is a hardwork from SEO perspective, it does help by having the site is a sister site.On the other hand, a 'sister' site with reference to the other successful website shows the ...  Continue Reading
Jess Fong added an answer to this question
Jess Fong

Jess Fong, Director at Vivify Creative

What I have found is people not valuing a website and think spending say $500 will do the trick and essentially what they get is as many people have mentioned a "postcard" site. Considering a website can be accessed by essentially unlimited number of users, it really is an investment and one that needs ...  Continue Reading