Re-assignment of pre-registered aero-domains

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Pre-registration and activation of domain names was introduced to make sure that complete sets of codes work and there are no gaps inrepparttar structure that would breakrepparttar 108284 predictability. Once all recognized codes are present, a traveler or an industry professional can always receive a valid answer when using a recognized industry code in .aero. This is very good news for end-users, people as well as systems, because they can always "guess" what domain name to use based on their knowledge ofrepparttar 108285 industry codes, and access desired information quickly. Say, as a passenger, you userepparttar 108286 LA airport frequently, you knowrepparttar 108287 code is LAX, so you just type and you are onrepparttar 108288 web site ofrepparttar 108289 airport. That?s fast!

Pre-registration and activation also serves as a very useful tool for demonstration and testing of new concepts like minimum presentation standards for mobile and wireless devices.

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New rules for museum-domains

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Improve your ranking at Google by museum-domains Search engines like Google rank your listing higher if a keyword from a search is in your domain name. You can get these names with .museum, when they are not available in .com.

Listen to whatrepparttar Internet "gurus" have to say about what names to buy: "As we've frequently reported in our SE Book & Newsletter, placing keywords right in your domain name can give your site a major boost on search engines. We've also reported that some engines are no longer accepting sub-directory pages. This is one ofrepparttar 108283 reasonsrepparttar 108284 smart marketing pros have been buying keyword-phrase domain names. They use them as doorway pages to boost traffic to their sites." says Stephen Mahaney, author of The Unfair Advantage Book on Winningrepparttar 108285 Search Engine Wars.

Michael Campbell points out, in Nothing But 'Net, "The reason we want keywords inrepparttar 108286 domain name is that search engines often get 'tuned' to find, and give better positioning to, domains with keywords in them." Declan Dunn, author of Winningrepparttar 108287 Affiliate Game, sent out a memo to his affiliates advising "To get on top ofrepparttar 108288 search engines, one ofrepparttar 108289 critical keys is a good domain name LOADED with keywords." Declan goes on to say "This news is spreading among WebMasters, SearchEngine Meisters, Internet marketers, and big corporations. Don't wait."

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