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    It wont matter for SEO, but one problem with .info domains is they are so inexpensive they are very popular with spammers, etc.
    As far as "perceived credibility" goes a .com (or .net, .org, or country-based tld) seems to be better than a .info.
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    i dont agree i think all the ltds are valued same;

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamdard View Post
    i dont agree i think all the ltds are valued same;
    I agree with this, please do your homework about what tld is used for what.

    Quote Originally Posted by wikipedia
    The domain name com is a generic top-level domain (gTLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Its name is derived from the word commercial, indicating its original intended purpose for domains registered by commercial organizations.

    The domain name info is a generic top-level domain (gTLD) in the Domain Name System (DNS) of the Internet, The name is derived from information indicating that the domain is intended for informative Internet resources, although registration requirements do not prescribe any theme orientation.
    Try to use google.com and en.wikipedia.org more

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennyjackson View Post
    I always see .com domains when i search anything in google. so it's mean .com is most effective and acceptable domain.
    Might that not just mean .com domains are more abundant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingpipe View Post
    As far as "perceived credibility" goes a .com (or .net, .org, or country-based tld) seems to be better than a .info.
    I'd say it depends on your site. If you have particular brand or focus then .com is probably better. If you are a sort of information repository then .info could work well.

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    Hi,

    Frankly speaking, firstly we should prefer .com domain but if .com domain is not available than we can go with other extensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fizzer View Post
    I recently have a .info domain on godaddy,
    can anyone tell me whether, does it really matter having a .com domain and .info domain.

    Does it affect our blogging if we have a .info domain.
    There are differences. For a commercial site is better to have .com. For a blog .info might work better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aditd View Post
    There are differences. For a commercial site is better to have .com. For a blog .info might work better.
    That is exactly what we do.

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    If you want to go far in a business .COM or .CO.UK are the main business domains because they are well known.

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    There is no denying the fact that .COM domain will bring more profit than .INFO domain - without any doubt.

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