I ran across an article from Entrepreneur titled “3 SEO Tips to Help Your PR Content Rank Highly With Google’s Latest Update.” It’s from August 2015, but I don’t see how it’s any less relevant now.
Do you know what TLD is? Don’t be too embarrassed. It stands for ‘Top Level Domain’ and to put it simply it’s what comes after the “.” in your domain name. It could be a .com, or a .net…and even and .us. If you’d like to be a nerd then you can find out more on Wikipedia. You can also get a brief history of gTLD’s (or Generic TLD’s) that were first introduced in the 80’s on the ICANN website. These included the ever popular .com, .net, .org, .edu, .gov, .int and .mil.
All right. I’m into this article for two reasons. #1 – it’s just a good article about getting the perfect domain. #2 – Jane Porter mentions Jersey in the first example. For many reasons I’m a big proponent of domains. Many times I’m a big proponent of having a few domains. They cost $14 each a year! Why wouldn’t you have at least two!