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I noticed it's easy to link to a page with the google share button and the facebook like. (see screenshot). But there is no Twitter share button. Am I simply overlooking it? Or

You need to have a relationship and trust to sell a membership site it can't be done i n a few characters

The only option is a Facebook Like.
In your screenshot, the G+ is a link to Kyles G+ profile, all members can create add this option.
In the past, you could share via Twitter and G+ too. But WA got flagged or something like that for spam.
Anyone could share anything along with affiliate link. This was abused and removed. Well that's my take on it.

Thanks. That makes sense. I thought it might have something to do with spamming twitter.

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Why isn't there a twitter share button on these pages?

Why isn't there a twitter share button on these pages?

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Social Engagement & Marketing
Updated

I noticed it's easy to link to a page with the google share button and the facebook like. (see screenshot). But there is no Twitter share button. Am I simply overlooking it? Or

You need to have a relationship and trust to sell a membership site it can't be done i n a few characters

The only option is a Facebook Like.
In your screenshot, the G+ is a link to Kyles G+ profile, all members can create add this option.
In the past, you could share via Twitter and G+ too. But WA got flagged or something like that for spam.
Anyone could share anything along with affiliate link. This was abused and removed. Well that's my take on it.

Thanks. That makes sense. I thought it might have something to do with spamming twitter.

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i have an idea for a niche. I have also two old domains >5 years old with pr 4 and some incoming links. The name of the domains carry my name. Should i try to register a doma

If your name is going to be a brand within your niche then yes you should add your name. It's best to identify your domain directly with your niche using low competition keywords. Lesson 2

Hi Ray. You might want to check my blog post about The Myth of Exact Match Domain Names. I am building out my website under my name for the reason I mention in my blog post. Your page ranking of your existing sites would depend on the relevance of the related keywords that you got ranked for. Changing those will probably affect it's ranking unless it is still within a similar niche.

Thanks, I read your blog post. Makes sense.

flip a coin

From experience, I advise you to choose a domain name that says or at least strongly implies your niche.

Thanks for your response. That helps.

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Should i go for a niche specific domain name or .?

Should i go for a niche specific domain name or .?

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i have an idea for a niche. I have also two old domains >5 years old with pr 4 and some incoming links. The name of the domains carry my name. Should i try to register a doma

If your name is going to be a brand within your niche then yes you should add your name. It's best to identify your domain directly with your niche using low competition keywords. Lesson 2

Hi Ray. You might want to check my blog post about The Myth of Exact Match Domain Names. I am building out my website under my name for the reason I mention in my blog post. Your page ranking of your existing sites would depend on the relevance of the related keywords that you got ranked for. Changing those will probably affect it's ranking unless it is still within a similar niche.

Thanks, I read your blog post. Makes sense.

flip a coin

From experience, I advise you to choose a domain name that says or at least strongly implies your niche.

Thanks for your response. That helps.

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Is it sensible to go for a country specific domain or doesn't it really matter google wise if I choose a .nl or .com domain.

From what I've been reading, it seems to be best when one chooses the most common (.suffix) to the country you are intending to be identified in, for example .ca if in Canada or .com if in US etc. Just my lil 2cents.

Thanks Angela. I believe you are right on this.

I went for a .com in this case because the .nl extension was already taken.

.com

Thanks for the feedback guys. Much appreciated.

If the domain name is Dutch, and the content is going to be in Dutch, definitely go for the .nl. If it's going to be international go with the .com.

Source: I'm Dutch and have .nl domains and .com domains for different websites, depending on the language the site is in.

if you are offering a local service then go country specific. if you want to promote global then dot com is best.

anyone can be a dot org, not just non profits.

DOT COM! ALWAYS, IF AVAILABLE!

All the others are lesser when it comes to SEO, and Loes is right - with a dot com, you are covered all over the world, including any one particular country or region.

I would recommend to everyone .com for anything if possible UNLESS you are a non-profit organization, then I would say you would have to use .org.

.com you are going international:)

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Should I go with a .nl or .com domain?

Should I go with a .nl or .com domain?

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Getting Started
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Is it sensible to go for a country specific domain or doesn't it really matter google wise if I choose a .nl or .com domain.

From what I've been reading, it seems to be best when one chooses the most common (.suffix) to the country you are intending to be identified in, for example .ca if in Canada or .com if in US etc. Just my lil 2cents.

Thanks Angela. I believe you are right on this.

I went for a .com in this case because the .nl extension was already taken.

.com

Thanks for the feedback guys. Much appreciated.

If the domain name is Dutch, and the content is going to be in Dutch, definitely go for the .nl. If it's going to be international go with the .com.

Source: I'm Dutch and have .nl domains and .com domains for different websites, depending on the language the site is in.

if you are offering a local service then go country specific. if you want to promote global then dot com is best.

anyone can be a dot org, not just non profits.

DOT COM! ALWAYS, IF AVAILABLE!

All the others are lesser when it comes to SEO, and Loes is right - with a dot com, you are covered all over the world, including any one particular country or region.

I would recommend to everyone .com for anything if possible UNLESS you are a non-profit organization, then I would say you would have to use .org.

.com you are going international:)

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