Hi Team-is a domain like healthyfun.com a good one as it doesn't have too many key words.Kyle's website Basket ball skills and drills have more key words that he can use when producing content. Do you think I should use a loner name. My site is about maintaining good health (includes fitness and foods that are good for you)

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JKulk1 Premium
Your domain name is fantastic, don't change it . Don't confuse your domain name with your website title. The domain is far better of being short, to the point and easy to remember. You can use some keywords in the title . eg. Good food, fun, fitness for over 40's (just an example). Jim
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ezv61p Premium
So Kyle's website: His domain is Basketball Skills & Drills. But what is his website title?
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HelenpDoyle Premium
His domain is https://mybasketballskills.com/.

His title is BASKETBALL SKILLS AND DRILLS.
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Healthy fun in itself doesn't have optimal QSR and SEO. Even with new Google requisites these are still good guides.

Just have a play with words. I looked 'Healthy Fun Fitness and Foods' on Jaaxy. Using this you get 3 combinations of keywords. With this mix you get a long tailed keyword.

healthy fun QSR = 262 SEO = 51
fitness and foods QSR = 51 SEO = 94
healthy fun fitness and foods QSR = 0 SEO = 88


Now have a play and see what you come up with.
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ezv61p Premium
Thank you so much Helen
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feigner Premium
Hi Ashok, you dont need to name your site after what it is about nowadays.
there was a time that google would rank you higher if your sitename had your main keywords in it, but now that has gone.
so the only reason for doing this is to inform your visitors what your site is about.
but you could name it Ashoksplace and have the tagline do the work of telling the visitor what the site is about.
don't forget that if you intend selling the site later then using your name may impact the sale.
have fun
phil
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ezv61p Premium
Thank you Feigner
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