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    Question Domain Names

    Say I have a diet soda with a brandname that no one knows about. I have had my products' website on a domain that has my brand name for several years. Now, say becomes available and I grab it. I will have both of my domains now pointing to the same area. Should I register the new domain,, with Google. What is the best way to take advantage of adding this new domain name? I do not have the time to create a whole new site that contains other information and points to my brand name's domain.

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    Registered Mike's Avatar
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    I am actually wanting to know something similar, glad you asked
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    Don't try to promote the same site with two domains -- pick one or the other. If you're already established with one then the choice is easy.
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