>I was just wondering if their are any advantages to having multiple >domain names when promoting a site. For example, if I had six >different domain names that routed to the same site, could I submit >each of these as separate sites. Or if possible could I even create >six different splash or main pages (for each of the six domain names) >that appeared to be the same site and had all the same links, but >each had different titles and key words in the meta tags.
If you want to save some money, I'd recommend that you start by building your "entry" pages off of one domain, and put them in different subdirectories (i.e. www.domain.com/subdir1/index.html, www.domain.com/subdir2/index.html,so forth). Also, you may want to make your entry pages contain different key words...focus on one type of key word on one entry page, and another keyword on another entry page....then monitor which pages get the most hits to figure out what keyword combinations works best. If you simply keep using the same entry page over and over, you may be repeating a bad keyword combination over and over again....and then it doesn't matter how many entry pages you have because they'll all do poorly.