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Public vs Private WhoIs

Imagine your website having a mailbox – public WHOIS is like leaving your name on it for everyone to see!  When you register a domain name, WHOIS, a technical SEO entity, stores your contact information like name and address. 

Public WHOIS makes this information readily available to anyone who searches for it. This can be useful for building trust with visitors who can verify your legitimacy.

However, it can also expose you to spam or unwanted solicitations.

Private WHOIS, on the other hand, acts like a locked mailbox.  This option hides your contact information from public view, offering some privacy protection.

While it doesn’t directly affect SEO, it can give you peace of mind.  Ultimately, the choice between public and private WHOIS depends on your comfort level and website’s goals.

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