Is .info Domain Good?

Yesterday I purchased a web hosting+domain package and they gave me an extra .info domain for free. I have no problem at all because it is free for the first year. I have about 4 domain names and two of them are active, while the other two is still waiting for the contents. All are in .com and now I have a .info domain.

I am still wondering whether .info domain is good for search engine or not. Cosaaranda said (in Indonesian) that .info domain is difficult to be indexed by search engine. I have no idea how to monetize a .info domain. Right now, my focus is still in my two active domains and no time to write contents for the .info domain.

Do you have any idea about .info domain. Is it good to be monetized or branded?

Please share your experience in using .info domain by commenting below. Any information will be help.

Thank you.

17 thoughts on “Is .info Domain Good?

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    Houses Colorado springs

    April 26, 2011 at 5:20am

    Info domains are good for google but bad for experienced users.
    It looks scammy and spammy.
    Better invest the few bucks for a com net or org domain.

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    Chris James

    Februari 16, 2011 at 6:34am

    No doubt about it, .info is a very bad extension of a domain name if you are looking for indexing by search engines.

    The search engines put them at the bottom of their list because nobody ever uses them, searches for them, and the are made for small p2p groups or classroom test sites and so they are not ranked well at all in Google.

    If you are looking to use your domain for SEO purposes, you need a .co, .com, .net, or .org.

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    harris david

    Agustus 4, 2010 at 6:21am

    Hello,

    I thing there is no difference between .com and .info while considering SERP results. It is the trust and authority of domain Google considering.

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    sandra

    April 12, 2010 at 10:06pm

    it has nothing to do with seo .All .info name extensions ranks normally like .com .net and .org but in some cases they don’t if your site content is not good

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    Vinnee

    Maret 11, 2009 at 7:43am

    You may want to check the sales of .info domains, you’ll be surprised.

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    online anonymity

    Maret 4, 2009 at 5:55pm

    Info domains are good for google but bad for experienced users.
    It looks scammy and spammy.
    Better invest the few bucks for a com net or org domain.

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    Mojito

    Januari 31, 2009 at 11:38am

    I’ve got a couple of .info domains and they do ok in the google rankings. I have heard that the most viruses on the net come from .info sites.

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    yudha

    Mei 10, 2008 at 1:38pm

    Emang gtu ya mas? malah baru tahu aku. Padahal saya nimbun 4 .info,maklum newbie:d

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    ix-one.com

    Mei 6, 2008 at 11:21am

    . info Domain — There’s no better way to get your information on the ‘Net than with your own .INFO domain. And there’s no better time than now! “Info” means information to speakers of many different languages around the world. So whether you want to promote information about your business, your organization or simply yourself, .INFO is a great way to create an identity on the Web.

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    Nugroho Pratama

    Mei 3, 2008 at 10:03am

    sering denger yang beginian; emang alasannya kok susah di index tuh apa to? gak ngeti…..:d

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    Wiliam

    April 27, 2008 at 10:48pm

    domain saya .info juga, google, yahoo dan MSN tidak ada masalah tuh. coba anda lihat statistik disitus saya, banyak juga yang datang dari google.

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    Dr. Bardou

    April 24, 2008 at 7:27pm

    This domain zone is normal. Not bad but not so world-wide. Many splogs and sattellites are based on this domain zone. Reason is in low cost. And in your case it was a free gift. Sometimes registrars do promotional sale for 0.99 $ per domain. Also I know that Black-SEO-guys make doorway-sites on info-domains. Because they make hundreds and thousands of doorway-sites, and it stimulated economy. But search engines have respect to normal sites (not doorway) which are on “.info”-domain.

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    blogger

    April 24, 2008 at 4:10pm

    If do 301 redirect mysite.info to mysite.com, it might help to mysite.com site.

    Google and other search engines list all TLDs (.net, .org, .info, .tv, .name, etc) as normal. There is no difference.
    But most of the internet surfers use .com domains. So, info domains will be hard to remember for typing.

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    Davinder

    April 23, 2008 at 11:20pm

    I am not sure if Google hates info domains. However, given an option – you should always start a venture or blog with dot com domain, second best option would be dot net

    Dot info… its useless – I guess that is why they are being given as freebie :d

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    sikantis

    April 22, 2008 at 8:33am

    I’m curious too. I’ll come back to see what comments you get. When it is really hard to list on google, why is it like this?

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    FAizal Amri

    April 20, 2008 at 2:54pm

    Yes you’re right for this, I have domain Info that is very dificult to list on google

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