I think it depends on your target audience. If your website is written in Dutch and only targets people who live in The Netherlands, then by all means, you'll get better overall results with the .nl extension.
The domain extension doesn't have nearly the amount of power has people have believed, in my opinion. If you have money.eu or money.in or money.biz, you're still going to rank high if you have the backlinks to support it.
A larger issue with selecting your target audience is to think of where you want to host the website. Hosting geo-location plays a huge, huge part in search results.
A website hosted in the UK will always rank better in the UK than in the US.
I think the extension matters little if at all. I've experimented over the past 7 years with using domain names ending in .com, .biz, .net, and .org, and certainly my experience is that there is no obvious impact one way or the other from the extension. In terms of country-related extensions, I think that if the language of your site is French for example, then you will come up for french search terms, regardless of the extension. I don't think the extension is impactful personally.
I think domain name is not that importance to me. A larger issue with selecting your target audience is to think of where you want to host the website. Hosting geo-location plays a huge, huge part in search results.
its not proved one but some times it happen i think, for example if i have local for dutch it will open for me in local with .local extension because he is having two extensions,but for world wide people its open with another extension,its not any proved i think it may happen some times i wrote.Thanks for the replay