View Full Version : Capitalization of url: (individual words)

06-02-2009, 07:55 PM
I would like to get feedback pertaining to the capitalization of individual words in any URL. Example: http://ColoradoLottery.Mobi verses http://coloradolottery.mobi. http://CaLotto.mobi as apposed to http://calotto.mobi:confused2:
I would think that by capitalizing individual words, they would be picked up by a search for key words, as apposed to non-capitalized words being lost in the general domain name itself.
Also, it is my understanding that over 90% of the general public,being lazy and such, use lower case in most all entry's and texting.
This being the case, will it actualy hurt your URL search potential by capitalizing individual words?.:hmmmm2:
To caspitalize or not?. That is the question.:coo2l:

06-02-2009, 08:16 PM
There is no difference in a domain name:
DomainName.mobi = DOMAINNAME.mobi = domainname.mobi = doMAinnAMe.mobi
People often capitalize the first letter of each word for ease of reading, I doubt Google and the other search engines pay any attention to caps. However, the rest of the URL- DomainName.mobi /eachpage the /eachpage part is case specific:
DomainName.mobi/eachpage /= DomainName.mobi/EachPage -You can use either, but once you name a page be sure to use exactly the same name every time.

Domainers often capitalize each word for clarity.

06-02-2009, 08:21 PM
Domainers often capitalize each word for clarity.BINGO! MakeItAsEasyAsPossibleForYourReaderToRead.tld.