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Five Common habits that Can Damage your Smartphone

Smartphone is one gadget that has helped improved everyday profitability, communication and even entertainments for the modern man.

As close as people may get attached to their smartphones, proper maintenance is a topic many give little consideration or thoroughly overlook.

Please Don’t Kill Your Husband. This Is How To Deal With Him If He Is Cheating On You

By Bisi Adewale

It was discovered that a great proportion of women who killed their husbands did so because they suspected or confirmed that their men were sleeping with other women. Technology has made adultery and fornication very common nowadays. It is easier to get connected to people you’ve never met before through social media like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.

Business Transformation- 8 Benefits of IoT

In the past decade, IoT, or the Internet of Things has accelerated the business transformation around the globe. It is anticipated that the IoT devices market will reach $1.1 trillion by 2026. An integral part of the Supply Chain 4.0 drive, IoT cellular connectivity offers vital insights on marketing.

Optimization of the industrial process can be carried out when the Industrial Internet of Thing (IIoT) is combined with sensors, wireless networks, big data, cloud computing and AI. Just like Amazon’s Echo and Google Home (for home purpose), IoT can be effectively used in companies for improved business modules.

How to Prepare for an Unexpected, Unwanted and Unwelcome Business Setback”

Business setbacks are a part of entrepreneurship. But you can always deal with them. Click here to know how you can tackle those setbacks without losing your mind.

Setbacks in businesses are as common as dirt.  From employee shortages to financial problems, you may have to encounter setbacks for a variety of reasons. You can’t predict when something is going to occur in your business. But, you can always stay prepared for the potential business setbacks and focus on getting things back on track. From The Body Shop to Ford Motor Co, every business has gone through setbacks. If they can turn their setbacks into success, why can’t you?

See List Of Lagos Roads & Bridges Under Okada & Tricycle Restrictions 

  1. See Full List of restricted roads for Motorcycle and tricycle in Lagos Complied by Lagos Traffic Advocates


    1. Lagos Ibadan Expressway
    2. Apapa Oshodi Expressway
    3. Oworoshoki Oshodi Expressway
    4. Lagos Ikorodu Expressway
    5. Lagos Abeokuta Expressway
    6. Babangida Bouleverde
    7. Eti-Osa Lekki Epe Expressway
    8. Lagos Badagry Express
    9. Funsho Williams Avenue
    10. Agege motor Road
    11. Eti-Osa Lekki Coastal Road

    1. Iyana-Ipaja Bridge, Agege/Alimosho Local Government
    2. Dopemu Bridge, Agege/Alimosho Local Government
    3. Airport/Ikeja Bridge, Ikeja Local Government
    4. Agege Motor Road/Oshodi Loop, Oshodi, Ikeja/Mushin Local Government
    5. Mushin/Isolo Link Bridge, Mushin Oshodi Local Government
    6. Dorman Long Bridge Surulere/Lagos Mainland Local Government
    7. Ojuelegba Bridge, Surulere/Lagos Mainland Local Government
    8. National Stadium Flyover, Surulere Local Government
    9. Iganmu/Funsho Williams Bridge Surulere Local Government
    10. Apapa – Iganmu Bridge Surulere Local Government
    11. Apapa – Ijora Link Bridge, Apapa/Lagos Mainland Local Government
    12. Liverpool Bridge, Apapa, Apapa Local Government
    13. Mile 2 Bridge Loop, Amuwo-Odofin, Amuwo-Odofin Local Government
    14. Okota (Cele)/Ijesha Link Bridge Mushin/Oshodi-Isolo Local Government
    15. Apakun/Apapa-Oshodi Bridge Network, Mushin/Oshodi/Isolo Local Government
    16. Ikorodu Road/Anthony Clover leaf Bridge Somolu/Ikeja Local Government
    17. Trade Fair Flyover Bridge, Ojo Local Government
    18. Festac/Amuwo-Odofin Link Bridge Amuwo Odofin Local Government
    19. 2 Flyover bridges along Alhaji Masha Rd, Surulere Local Government
    20. Ojota Clover Leaf Bridge, Kosofe/Ikeja Local Government
    21. Ogudu Bridge Kosofe Local Government
    22. 3rd Mainland Bridge Lagos Island/Mainland/Somolu Local Government
    23. Maryland flyover Ikeja/Somolu Local Government
    24. Ikeja/General Hospital flyover Bridge Ikeja Local Government
    25. Kodesho Bridge, Oba Akran, Ikeja, Ikeja Local Government
    26. Opebi Link Bridge, Ikeja Local Government
    27. Sheraton-Opebi Bridge, Ikeja Local Government
    28. Jibowu/Yaba flyover Bridge, Lagos Mainland Local Government
    29. Carter Bridge Lagos, Lagos Mainland Local Government
    30. Bariga-Ifako Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
    31. Apapa – OShodi Expressway/Alapere Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
    32. Bariga/Oworonshoki Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
    33. Apapa – Oshodi Expressway/3rd Mainland Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
    34. Apapa – Oshodi Expressway/3rd mainland Bridge Somolu/Kosofe Local Government
    35. 3rd mainland/Oworonshoki Bridge Kosofe Local Government
    36. Eko Bridge Lagos Island/Lagos Mainland Local Government
    37. Apongbon flyover, Bridge Lagos Island Local Government
    38. Cowry Bridge (Officers Mess) Lagos Island/Eti-Osa Local Government.
    39. McWen Bridge (Bonny camp) Eti-Osa Local Government.
    40. Marina/Ikoyi Bridge Lagos Island/Eti-Osa Local Government.
    41. Ikoyi/Obalende Bridge Eti-Osa Local Government.

    *Agege Local Government Area*
    1. Oba Ogunji Road
    2. Old Abeokuta Road
    3. Capital Road
    4. Alfa Nla Road
    5. Oko-Oba Road
    6. Akilo Street
    7. Agunbiade Road
    8. Ogba Road
    9. Ipaja Road
    10. Maricas Road
    11. Oyewole Road
    12. Arigbanla Street
    13. Dopemu Road
    14. Oke-koto Road
    15. Oniwaya Road
    16. Adebisi Awosoga Street
    17. Old Ota Road
    18. Ijaiye Road
    19. Akin Doherty Road
    20. Amoo Street
    21. Pen Cinema Round About
    22. Surulere Street
    23. Agbedeji Street
    24. Ayige Street
    25. Sule Street
    26. Ashipa Street
    27. Salawu Street

    *Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Government Area*
    1. Baale Adeyemo Street
    2. Mba/Cardoso Street up to Ota Wharf
    3. Mobile Road Up To Boundary Road
    4. Boundary Road – Aiyeke Bridge – Tolu Bus/Stop
    5. Wilmer Crescent
    6. Industry Road
    7. Achapo Road/New Road
    8. Idewu Street
    9. Baale Adeyemo Road
    10. Malu/Mobile Road
    11. Ojo Road
    12. Cemetery/Mosafejo/Alaba Road
    13. Bakare/faro road

    *Apapa Local Government Area*
    1. Creek Road
    2. Wharf Road
    3. Burma Road
    4. Randle Road
    5. Marine Road
    6. Kofo Abayomi Road
    7. Liverpool Road
    8. Point Road
    9. Park lane
    10. Itapeju Avenue
    11. Entire Network of Road in Apapa GRA
    12. Dock Yard Road
    13. Oduduwa Road
    14. Ladipo Oluwole Road
    15. Bonny Road
    16. Commercial Road
    17. Malu/Mobile Road
    18. Warehouse Road
    19. Orile – Igamu Road

    *Alimosho Local Government Area*
    1. Ipaja – Ayobo Road
    2. Okoro Road
    3. Egbeda – Idimu Road
    4. Egbeda – Akowonjo Road
    5. Iyana – Ipaja – Idimu Road
    6. Idimu – Ipaja – Idimu Road
    7. LASU – Iba Road
    8. Ikotun – Egbe Road
    9. Ipaja Road
    10. Igando Road
    11. Egbe – Idimu Road
    12. Old Ota Road
    13. Meiran Road
    14. Ayobo Road
    15. Ajasa/command Road
    16. Baruwa Road
    17. Liasu Road
    18. Governor’s Road
    19. Abaranje Road
    20. Ijegun Road
    21. Shasha Road
    22. Baruwa/Aina Obembe Road
    23. Adefemi Road, Ipaja
    24 Go ye Road

    *Amuwo-Odofin Local Government*
    1. Oshodi – Apapa Expressway
    2. Durbar Road/Asiwaju Bola Tinubu Road
    3. The Entire Network of Roads in Festac Town
    4. Circular Road
    5. The entire Network of Road in Zones A, B, C & D of Amuwo Odofin Low Cost Housing Estate
    6. Old Ojo Road
    7. Mumuni Adio Bodmus way
    8. Lagos Badagry Expressway

    *Badagry Local Government Area*
    1. Lagos Badagry Expressway from Eric Moore to Seme Road
    2. Badagry Roundabout to Top Road
    3. Joseph Dosu Road

    *Central Business District (CBD) Roads*
    1. Inner Marina
    2. Broad Street
    3. Nnamdi Azikwe Street
    4. King George V Road
    5. Idumagbo Avenue
    6. Outer Marina
    7. Adeniji Adele Street
    8. Martins Street
    9. Balogun Street
    10. Odunlami Street
    11. Ereko Road
    12. New Balogun Street
    13. Campbell Street
    14. Breadfruit Street
    15. Abibu Oki Street
    16. Davies Street
    17. Kakawa Street
    18. Force Road
    19. Oloto/Fasbery Road

    *Epe Local Government Area*
    1. Femi Agbalajobi
    2. Ayetoro Road
    3. Hospital Road
    4. Marina Road
    5. Central Mosque Road
    6. Kasali Oluwa Street
    7. Ekundayo Street
    8. Lagos Road
    9. Ijebu to Itoikin Road from Agbowa to Itoikin
    10. Omu-Ijebu to Ketu Roundabount
    11. Ketu Roundabout to Ejinrin Town
    12. Ota Road
    13. Olofin Road
    14. Orungbo – Ido Road
    15. Agbowa – Ikosi Road
    16. Ketu Roundabout to Epe
    17. Ketu Roundabout Itoikin

    *Eti-Osa Local Government Area*
    1. The entire Network of Roads and bridges in Ikoyi Obalende and Victoria Island Local Council Development Areas
    2. Eti-Osa – Lekki – Epe Expressway

    *Ifako-Ijaye Local Government Area/Ojodu/Ojokoro Local Council Development Area*
    1. Ogunnusi Road
    2. Lateef Jakande Road
    3. College Road
    4. Jonathan Coker Street
    5. Iju Road
    6. WEMPCO Road
    7. ACME Road
    8. New Oko-Oba Road
    9. Lagos Abeokuta Expressway
    10. Agbado Road
    11. Baale Animashaun Road
    12. Yaya Abatan Road

    *Ikeja Local Government Area*
    1. Lagos Ibadan Expressway (from Lagos Boundary to Lagos and Toll Gate)
    2. Sheraton Link Bridge
    3. Oba Akran Avenue
    4. Obafemi Awolowo Way
    5. Kudirat Abiola Road
    6. Moboloaji Bank-Anthony Road
    7. Lateef Jakande Road
    8. Nurudeen Olowopopo Drive
    9. Otunba Jobi Fele Way
    10. Allen Avenue
    11. Opebi Road
    12. Secretariat Road
    13. Mobolaji Johnson Road
    14. Osho Street
    15. Hakeem Balogun Road
    16. IPM Way
    17. Ashabi Cole Street
    18. Toyin Street
    19. Entire Ikeja GRA Road Network
    20. ACME Road
    21. WEMPCO Road
    22. Oduduwa Road
    23. Isaac John Street
    24. Alausa Secretariat Perimeter Road Network
    25. Simbiat Abiola Road
    26. Kaffi Street
    27. Opebi Link Bridge
    28. Ikosi Road
    29. Adeniyi Jones Avenue
    30. Entire Alausa CBO
    31. Ladipo Oluwole Avenue
    32. ASBFI Road
    33. Olowu Street
    34. Ola Ayindan Street
    35. Unity Road
    36. Aromire Avenue
    37. Ijaola Street
    38. Iyaoloye Crescent
    39. Olu Akerele Street
    40. Emmanuel Street
    41. Odo-Iyalaro Underbridge
    42. Olotunbosun Street

    *Ikorodu Local Government Area*
    1. Ikorodu Road (from Mile12 to Ikorodu Benson Roundabout)
    2. Ipakodo – Ibesha Road
    3. Lagos – Ikorodu Express Road
    4. T.O.S Benson Road
    5. Oba Sekumade Road
    6. Lagos – Shagamu Road
    7. Obafemi Awolowo Road
    8. Ikorodu – Itoikin Road
    9. Igbogbo Road
    10. Ayangburen Road
    11. Alhaji Street

    *Ikoyi/Obalende Local Council Development Area*
    1. Alfred Rewane Road
    2. Glover Road
    3. Alexander Road
    4. Awolowo Road
    5. Bourdillon Road
    6. Gerald Road
    7. Osborne Road Estate 1 & 2
    8. Lugard Avenue
    9. Olu Holloway Road
    10. Bayo Kuku Street
    11. Oba Adeyinka Oyekan Avenue
    12. Mobolaji Johnson Road
    13. Club Road
    14. Federal Secretariat Road
    15. Thomson Avenue
    16. Lateef Jakande Avenue
    17. Moore Road
    18. Oyinkan Abayomi Road
    19. Maroko Close
    20. Adeyemi Lawson Street
    21. Femi Okunnu Road
    22. Jabita Close
    23. Onikoyi/Turnbull Road
    24. Iru Close
    25. Ajayi Bembe Street
    26. Entire Park view Estate Road
    27. Awori Road
    28. HFP Way
    29. HEP Road
    30. Lawrence Road
    31. Reeve Road
    32. St. Gregory Street
    33. Ribadu Road
    34. Raymond Njoku Street
    35. Okotie Eboh Street
    36. Keffi Street
    37. Norman Williams Street
    38. Ilabere Avenue
    39. Oloto Road
    40. Ojora Road
    41. McPherson Avenue
    42. Olanijonyin Avenue
    43. Owena Street
    44. Agodogba Road
    45. Moboloaji Johnson Road
    46. Bedwell Road
    47. Murtala Muhammed Roa
    48. Obalende Road
    49. Toyan Street
    50. Odo Street
    51. Awolowo Road
    52. Bankole Oki Road
    53. Ademola Street
    54. Turnbull Road
    55. Cameroon Road
    56. Yemi Cardoso
    57. Banana Estate
    58. Dolphin Duplex
    59. Dolphin High Rise
    60. Alhaji Kannike Street
    61. Igbo Street
    62. Moshalashi Street
    63. Eleshin Road
    64. Ajeniya Street
    65. Dr Bode Olajumoke Street
    66. Alhaji Bashorun Close
    67. Alhaji Alade Odenewu Street
    68. Aromire Close
    69. Barrow Avenue
    70. Olofin Street
    71. Lalupon Street

    *Kosofe Local Government Area*
    1. Ogudu Alapere Expressway (from Toll Gate to 3rd Mainland Bridge)
    2. Ogudu Road
    3. Demurin Street
    4. Alapere Road
    5. CMD Road
    6. Doyin Omololu Street
    7. Davies Street
    8. 50 Metres from Ikorodu Road on Ikosi Road
    9. Omololu Street
    10. Diya Street
    11. Williams Street

    *Lagos Island LGA*
    1. The entire network of roads and bridges in Lagos Island East and Lagos Island West Local Government

    *Lagos Mainland LGA*
    1. Herbert Macaulay Way
    2. Barikisu Iyede Street
    3. Murtala Muhammed way
    4. Third Mainland Bridge
    5. Ijora Causeway
    6. Commercial Avenue
    7. Old Yaba Road
    8. Sabo Round About
    9. University Road
    10. Abule – Ijesha Road
    11. Harvey Road
    12. Montgomery Road
    13. Onike Iwaya Road
    14. Morocco Road
    15. Aje Street
    16. Musiliu Smith Road
    17. Hughes Avenue
    18. Birrel Avenue
    19. Hussey Road
    20. Oweh Street
    21. Aggrey Road
    22. Borno Way
    23. Apapa Road
    24. Jibowu Street
    25. Iwaya Road
    26. Okobaba Street
    27. Cemetery Street
    28. Freeman Street

    *Mushin /Odi-Olowo Local Government Area*
    1. Agege Motor Road (From Mangoro to Moshalasi Junction) Both
    2. Fatai Atere Way(Okada Only)
    3. Idi-Araba Street
    4. Ilupeju Bypass(Both)
    5. Itire Road(Okada Only)
    6. Palm Avenue(Okada)
    7. Ladipo Street(Okada Only)
    8. Layi Oyekanmi Street(Okada Only)
    9. Olateju Street(Okada Only)
    10. Isolo Road
    11. Ojekunle Road
    12. Ilasamanja Road(Okada Only)
    13. Ogunmokun Street(Okada Only)
    14. Association Avenue(Both)
    15. Kayode Street(Okada Only)
    16. Town Planning Way(Both)
    17. Coker Road(Both)
    18. Post Office Road(Okada Only)
    19. Mushin Road

    *Ojo Local Government Area*
    1. Igbo Elerin Road
    2. Lagos – Badagry Expressway
    3. Iyana School Bus Stop at Ishasi Road
    4. Oba Ayoka to Iba New Site
    5. Alaba Int’l Market Raod
    6. Olojo Drive
    7. Ojo Igbede Road
    8. Nepa Road
    9. Ishasi Road
    10. Abule Aka Road to Ajangbadi Road
    11. Akoberu/Sabo Road
    12. Itire – Ilogbo Road
    13. Iyana Era – Ilogbo Road
    14. Ajangbadi – Shibiri Road
    15. Kemberi/Aka Road
    Oshodi/Isolo Local Government Area
    1. Okota Road
    2. NNPC road
    3. Oshodi – Apapa expressway
    4. Airport Road
    5. Egbe Road
    6. Ago-Palace Way
    7. Isolo Road
    8. Osolo Way
    9. Abimbola Street
    10. Ejigbo – Ajao Estate Link Road
    11. Estate – Isheri-Oshun Road
    12. Post Office Road
    13. Oyetayo Street
    14. Oshodi Road
    15. Church Street
    16. Afariogun Street
    17. Sehinde Callisto Street
    18. Mafoluku Road
    19. Adeyemi Street
    20. Ajibulu Street
    21. New Airport Road

    *Somolu Local Government Area*
    1. Ikorodu Expressway (From Mile 12 to Yaba Terminus)
    2. George Street
    3. Morocco Road
    4. Market Street
    5. Bajulaiye Road
    6. Fola Agoro Street
    7. Apata Street
    8. Oguntolu Street
    9. Pedro Road
    10. Igi Olugbin Street
    11. Ashagbon Street
    12. Gbagada Road
    13. St. Finbarr’s Road
    14. Jibowu Street
    15. Oweh Street
    16. Issac John Street
    17. Watchtower Avenue
    18. Shylon Street
    19. Shipeolu Street

    *Surulere Local Government Area*
    1. Funsho Williams Ave
    2. Adeniran Ogunsanya Street
    3. Ogunlana Drive
    4. Bode Thomas Street
    5. Akerele Road
    6. Itire – Ojuelegba Road
    7. Tejuosho Street
    8. Alhaji Masha Road
    9. Itire – Ijesha Road
    10. Ishaga Road
    11. Eric Moore Road
    12. Randle Avenue
    13. Agbebi Street
    14. Babs Animashaun Road
    15. Ijesha Road
    16. Enitan Street
    17. Adeshina Street
    18. Adelabu Steet
    19. Adetola Street
    20. Nuru Oniwo Street
    21. Adekunle Kuye Street
    22. Shaki Crescent
    23. Oshogbo Street
    24. Tokoso Street
    25. Okotoa Link Bridge
    26. Opere Street
    27. Odichie Street
    28. Olatunde Onimole Street
    29. Brown Street
    30. Agboyin Street
    31. Agboyin Avenuew
    32. Nnobi Street
    33. Sanya Street
    34. Opeloyeru Street
    35. Kilo Street
    36. Adetioye Street
    37. Fasoro Street
    38. Oladimeji Street
    39. Ojuolape Street
    40. Solabomi Street
    41. Ogungbesan Street

    *Iru /Victoria Island Local Government Development Area*
    1. Ahmadu Bello Way
    2. Adeola Odeku Street
    3. Kofo Abayomi Street
    4. Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue
    5. Ajose Adeogun Road
    6. Idowu Taylor Street
    7. Idowu Martins Street
    8. Adeleke Adedoyin Street
    9. Elsie Femi Pearse Street
    10. Musa Yar’Adua Street
    11. Walter Carrington Crescent
    12. Bishop Oluwole Street
    13. Samuel Manuwa Street
    14. Akin Olugbade Street
    15. Molade Okoya Thomas Street
    16. Sinari Daranijo Street
    17. Bishop Aboyade Cole Street
    18. Ligali Ayorinde Avenue
    19. Saka Tinubu Street
    20. Karimu Kotun Street
    21. Muri Okunola Street
    22. Etim Inyang Crescent
    23. Adetokunbo Ademola Street
    24. Adeola Hopewell Street
    25. Ahmed Onibudo Road
    26. Engineering Close
    27. Sanusi Fafunwa Street
    28. Tiamiyu Savage Street
    29. Olosa Street
    30. Oyin Jolayemi Street
    31. Marinho Driven
    32. Moshood Olugbani
    33. Fatai Durosinmi Street
    34. Adeyemo Alakija Street
    35. Oko Agwo Close
    36. Afribank Street

    .. Source: Joe Igbokwe

.Com vs .Net SEO – What is The Difference?

Choosing the right Internet domain extension is as important as choosing the name of your child or your first pet. Not only the extension should be relevant to your nature of the business, but also it has to be SEO-friendly. .NET and .COM are the two most popular browser extensions available on the Internet. Both of them have their own share of pros and cons when it comes to SEO rankings.

You must understand the difference between these two domain extensions in terms of SEO before getting your domain name. Give this blog a read to choose the right browser extension to boost your website’s search engine rankings 10X faster.  Google algorithm consists of 200 ranking factors and the domain name is one of them. In fact, TLD or top-level domains still play a huge role in moving websites up in the rankings. Your domain name & extension are the virtual representation of your online business. The more specific it is, the better it will be for your online reputation.

The wrong extension can rip your online business apart and prevent it from ranking ever again. Therefore, it is crucial to understand to identify the difference between .COM and .NET to choose the perfect domain extension for your website.

.COM v/s .NET SEO: 4 Differences That Every Digital Marketer Must Know

Before you take a look at the differences below, I would suggest you click here to know the basics regarding domain names, sub-domains, types of domain names, TLDs, etc. Once you get cleared with the basic information, it will be way easier for you to have a solid grip on the differences between .COM and .NET SEO. Let’s begin then.  

1.      Purpose

The purpose of your domain name extension is probably the first thing search engines usually notice about a website URL. According to SEO algorithms, the purpose of your website should be clearly conveyed through your domain extension. You should not mislead your target audience no matter what. Google and other search engines want people to find exactly what they are looking for. Thus, it is important for you to understand the real purpose of a .COM and .NET domain. Let’s have a look. .COM

This domain extension represents commercial domain names. Whenever your target audience will see .COM at the end of your domain name, they will assume your website to a commercial business website. Initially, .COM meant a website that can make money online. Things have changed now. These days, .COM is a sign of reliability and it can include anything apart from personal websites, blogs, buying guides, portfolios, etc.


.NET in the domain name suggests that your website has something to do with network, email and Internet. It was originally developed for companies that had everything to do with networking technology. Therefore, when your target audience sees the .NET domain extension, they assume your business to be a network service provider or other infrastructure companies.

2.      Popularity

All of us have used We use it every day. If we change Google’s extension to .net, which one would you like to trust more? You may like to choose the one that is more popular among people, right? That’s the thing about online reputation. You need to figure out the popularity of your domain extension in regards to your nature of business. Say you own an online clothing store and most of your competitors have a .COM domain. Therefore, you must look for the same. If you own an Internet provider website and your competitors seem to use .NET, then you should consider using the same. More the popularity of your domain extension, the easier it is to gain the trust of your target clients.


As far as popularity is concerned, almost 50% of all websites use .COM domain extension. Other sources reveal that 75% of websites in the United States consist of this domain extension.  All in all, .COM is definitely the most popular domain extension available in the digital realm. From fashion to e-commerce providers, this domain extension encompasses a whole lot of businesses. Therefore, people tend to trust .COM websites way more than any other domain extensions.


Sources indicate that among 13.8 million domain name registrations, .NET holds the fifth position Worldwide. It’s a fact that .COM is the most popular domain extension as compared to .NET. But, that doesn’t rule out the importance of .NET. Take, for example. It is one of the highest-paid .net domains that got sold in February 2007.

As I mentioned earlier, the purpose of your website matters here. If you think .net would serve the purpose of your online business, go ahead. .net can also come in handy if the .com extension is not available for your domain name.

3.      Branding 

Did you know your domain extension is also responsible for building your brand? Remember that the website is the building block of your online reputation. And it starts with the URL since that is what your target audience will remember when they find you online. Your users may share your website URL with their friends and followers on social media. Also, Google also has an affinity for brands. Thus, you must choose a domain extension that will enhance your brand image to rank in the search engine results page.


.COM is the most familiar top-level domains in the digital world. By default, Google is usually biased towards the websites which have a .com TLD. This is mainly due to the cognitive fluency related to this domain extension. Users find .COM websites more reliable, easy to use and clickable. Eventually, it improves the brand image for your business, along with an increase in the traffic.

The branding may start with just one share. Once it wins over the trust of your target audience, you may not be able to keep track of the number of visitors on your website every day.


Domain name extensions are like doorways to a wonderful online presence. What if you could not get hold of your desired domain name and extension? What if you want to go with the .net extension for your website? .COM is the dominant extension when it comes to SEO.

However, you can beat a .COM website and create an even stronger branding for your .net website only with the help of proper branding techniques. Use a memorable and target specific domain name along with keywords and you can improve the branding of your website without the use of a .COM extension.

4.      Authority

Have you heard of the EAT factor in SEO? This factor talks about the expertise, authority and trust related to a website. You should not only consider these factors while creating content but also while choosing the domain extension. Your domain extension should be authoritative enough to grab the attention of your target audience, leading them to click on your website URL. This is how you improve the rate of web traffic on your website and enhance your online presence.


Search engines rely on daily human interaction on the Web. The bots take each action of the users into consideration to bring forth the best results for them on the search engine results page. Search engines have found out that most of the people tend to click on websites with .COM domain extension. Therefore, they consider the .COM extension to be more authoritative than the rest of the domain extensions. For example, is more likely to have more authority than since the users are more likely to type the former.


Unfortunately, .NET domains are not always considered an authority website. But, you can always change the notion by using quality contents, credible information and smooth user-interface in the website. The fact is .COM domains are more powerful and dominant. Along with the popularity, there has also been a rise in spam contents in most of the .COM websites.

 That is your opportunity to beat all odds and drive maximum traffic to your .NET website. Do not leave any stone unturned to decrease the bounce rate of your website since that will enhance your search engine rankings automatically.

These are the four main differences between .COM and .NET domain extensions in terms of SEO.

.COM or .NET: Which Is Better?

When choosing between a number of available domain options, one can choose between .gov, .org, .edu, .net or .com depending upon the nature of their business. However, when it comes to specifically choosing between a .COM and a .NET domain, it’s advisable to opt for the former. Why, you ask? There are a lot of od reasons for choosing .COM not just over .NET but every other type of domain. Let’s have a look at those reasons:

Ø  Today, a majority of people would first start searching for your business by typing [your business name].com, unless of course, your actual extension is in your business name. The reason, .COMs are more common than anything other domain.

Ø  .COMs have the most clout with Google and keyword rankings as they serve as a great SEO fodder just like high-quality content or link building or the speed of the website.

Ø  .COM is one such domain extension that helps with “brandability”. That’s because .com is one of the most popular domains these days. It looks more authoritative and is more popular than .net or any other available option.

Ø  As a matter of fact, .COM domains rank better than any of their counterparts. As a result, when your target audience becomes more familiar with your .com domain, it paves your website’s path to a higher rank online.

.COM is considered one of the best domain extensions as compared to the other top-level domains.

Disadvantages Of Opting For .COM Domain Extension

There are certain limitations regarding its usage:


Ø  Everyone tends to register.COM domain along with their domain name, and therefore the extension may not be available to everyone. So, a person may have a hard time searching for such a domain and may even end up paying more than the expected amount to get one.  That is when you can consider the .NET extension. Get the technical factors of SEO right, and there’s nothing stopping you from gaining the #1 rank on the SERPs even with a .NET website.


Ø  The other disadvantage of .COM domain extensions are that this type of domain is mainly used for commercial purposes. So not every website can use a .COM extension. That’s because if the website name doesn’t go with the extension, it’s SEO ranking may get affected.


Choosing that perfect domain extension is a struggle for real!


How To Choose The Right Domain Extension For Your Website?

This section is especially meant for the newcomers who are planning to get a new website for their online businesses. I don’t want you all to make a wrong decision in an attempt to grab the .COM domain extensions. There’s a time for everything. Take a look at the tips given below and choose the right domain extension for your website.

Ø  Country specific TLD

Say you want to target a specific geographical location (United Kingdom) for your business. Thus, your domain extension could be In that case, choosing a country-specific TLD may be a good idea. However, this may not be a great idea if you have further plans for expanding your business internationally.

Ø  Product-specific domain extensions

You can also consider choosing a domain extension that is specific to your niche of business. Say you run a bike selling business. Thus, you can choose a domain extension such as ‘.bike’. When you pick a domain extension similar to the niche of your business, it becomes easy to remember and fits well with your brand as well.

Ø  Price is not the primary factor

You may not get inexpensive domain extensions all the time. Also, cheap domain extensions do not mean that it will work well with SEO strategies. Therefore, you got to make sure that the domain extension has a credible reputation and is not associated with spammers. Never ever fall for the price while choosing your domain extensions.

Wrapping Up,

Your domain extension surely has a part to play in SEO. The right extension can make all the difference in your website’s rankings. At the same time, user-experience, content quality and website design also affect the SEO of a company. Do not panic if the domain extension of your choice is not available. Focus on other SEO factors to build a strong online presence.

Author Bio:

Alley John is an independent digital marketer in Australia. He also provides assignment help to students at in his spare time. Alley wishes to own a digital marketing form someday.

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