Singular vs Plural, Which Domain Name I Should Pick?

lisa

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I am going to buy a domain for offering my web products on it

But I don't know which one I should choose. For examples, 2 domain names like that: MyProduct(.)com and MyProducts(.)com, and

Which one would be best in your view? which one will you vote? - the singular or the plural?

Notice that the plurals get more traffic and friendly with Search engines?
 

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I always get the plural version because, for SEO purposes, it covers both the singular and plural versions of the keyword in whatever search phrase is typed into the field.
 

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lisa
Thanks for your suggestion but I think about trademark purpose, it should use Singular then will be better, right?
And which cases should we should Singular and Plural for our domain names? any its advantages?
 

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If your product has a trademark you want to use in the domain, then that would work, but for the product itself I would use plural for the SEO advantage.

For example, your domain should be cheapfutons.com, rather than cheapfuton.com because then your domain covers both search phrases, such as "Where can I buy a cheap futon?" and "Where can I buy futons for cheap?"
 
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