is a domain that is available for you to own.
Search Engines, like Google, use various methods for ranking a Web site. Key words are among the most important.
When those key words exist within the domain or URL (e.g., beavertonlawyers.com
), that site is given the highest priority.
Does Google Count A Key word In The URL When Ranking A Page? ABSOLUTELY!
It is more important than the keyword on the page in plain text – it is more RELEVANT to Google.
The keyword in the URL outranks a page with the keyword in the text content.
Does Yahoo count the keyword in the URL? YES!
Does Bing count the keyword in the URL? YES!
Individuals, that are searching for an attorney, don't search by the attorney's name. If they already know the attorney's name, they probably already know how to contact that attorney.
People search for an attorney by typing in the general area, within which they hope to locate one. For example, "personal injury" "beaverton" "attorney" might be the words that someone would use. If those words are in your domain your site will show up at, or near, the top of the search results.