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By Ted Krapf on 8/16/2012 9:57 AM
It's been a while since my last blog entry -- life has been extraordinarily busy with IT and web development projects, some family transitions, and planning for my upcoming wedding to the girl of my dreams!   Have you ever run into a client, or guilty yourself, of purchasing tons of extra domain names for a single business?  Even ones that aren't related to the business name, but end up pointing to the same website? I had a client recently with hundreds of domain names.  Some had value, as they were common misspellings of their company name or alternate TLD's, but most that were just related to their industry.  The extra domains came to my attention as many of them were about to expire and the client wanted to know what to do with them.  Should we just point them all at the same website?  Should we build a separate site for each?  And how will this impact our search engine results and online marketing efforts? We went through a series of options, research and explanation with the client: Option...