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  1. #1
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    If i had a choice between, for example, car.com and cars.com which should i choose. What im really trying to see here is if you think the domain is worth more with an 's' or without.

    Personally i would think domains of that kind would get more typeins with the 's', but obviously there are exceptions.

    What do you think?

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  2. #2
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    Use wordtracker to find out which is the more popular search term.

    Andy Williams

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  3. #3
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    The SE's see it both ways in a domain name, so you get extra mileage on terms that can be pluralized with just an "s".

    As a keyword in meta tags and page content...this is where you'll need to do some footwork to find which is best to use.

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    It depends.

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    hotel vs hotels is very heavy on hotels type ins if that helps

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