Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • phong nam Friend
    #498971

    Hi Alen,

    EDM (Exact Domain Match) was a new algorithm from Google that make domains with names made of keywords appear less in search results.

    <blockquote>Minor weather report: small upcoming Google algo change will reduce low-quality “exact-match” domains in search results.</blockquote> ~ Matt Cutts, The head of Google webspam team.

    The below tips can be helpful for you to adjust your website with EDM algorithm: http://moz.com/blog/the-exact-match-domain-playbook-a-guide-and-best-practices-for-emds

    Anonymous Inactive
    #570765

    EDM is Exact Match Domain. A years ago, google algorithm supported this method for ranking on SERPs. But Few months google updated their algorithm, and they strictly told, don’t use EDM. Also i recommend to you that do not use EDM method. 🙂 Better do some link building for your site. That will help you for getting quick result. Some free link building tools can help you for getting better result. 🙂

    dpakraj321 Friend
    #676125

    Its EMD Not EDM 🙂

    well, An exact match domain, or EMD, is a domain that is highly relevant to the content of your website and more specifically, exactly matches the keyword a person uses when searching for your content.

    dpakraj321 Friend
    #746771

    Its EMD Not EDM 🙂

    well, An exact match domain, or EMD, is a domain that is highly relevant to the content of your website and more specifically, exactly matches the keyword a person uses when searching for your content.

    gocnhinso Friend
    #812567

    I ran a study on this using Mozcast data – a tool from Moz which monitors turbulence and changes in Google’s SERPs – and published those results at the end of last year.

    This study saw that the number of EMDs and PMDs in the SERPs dropped dramatically in 2012 and 2013; combined with Moz’s own results that the correlation between domain keyword matches and rankings stayed "about on par [in 2013] with the value from our 2011 study" we drew the conclusion that Google is probably spending a lot of effort getting rid of EMD/PMDs with thin, low quality content.

    What’s interesting is that this part of the study answers Graham’s original question quite nicely: "domain matches are still relevant to search queries, as long as they are supported by relevant content.".
    My website: http://gocnhinso.vn http://laptopphamnguyen.com lap dat camera.
    If you’re interested you can find the post at http://moz.com/blog/4-lessons-from-a-year-of-mozcast-data.

Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)

This topic contains 5 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  gocnhinso 3 years, 5 months ago.

The topic ‘What is EDM in SEO?’ is closed to new replies.