Google’s John Mueller: Keywords In Domain Name Aren’t Needed Via @MattGSouthern

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Posted: September 15 2020 @ 15:48 PM | From: www.searchenginejournal.com | Author: Matt Southern

Google’s John Mueller advises SEOs and site owners there’s no ranking benefit associated with having keywords in a domain name.

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