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Choosing the best domain name for your web site

Choosing the best domain name for your web siteFeb 24,
2014

Posted by -  First Point Web Design

More than 50 million domain names have been registered worldwide and thousands new ones are added per day. It might be hard for you then to get the name that you really like for your website. Do not get discouraged from that fact, but rather try to be creative.

Remember that you can use a combination of almost all characters (letters, numbers, hyphens) for your domain. The length of a domain name can vary, but generally speaking it should be a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 67 characters.

Here are some tips how to choose a successful domain name:

  • Start brainstorming for relevant to your domain words:List as many words as you can think of related to your preferred domain name. – List as many words as you can think of that are related to the content of your website.

  • Make different combinations with the listed words that are:short, – memorable, – not easily confused, – hard to misspell, – relate to the core of the business, – sound solid to the core of your business.

    Shorter domain names are easier to remember and type, and far less susceptible to mistakes: for example lottary.com is easier to remember, type than playthenationallottaryonline.com

    But sometimes there is an exception to this rule. A longer domain can be easier to remember by human memory than the shorter one – for example tbrea.com is a sequence of unrelated letters that is difficult to remember and type correctly, whereas, if we expand it to its long form

  • Pick a few of these combinations that you most like for the name of your domain e: You can consider combinations with words in singular or plural. If you like a specific word to be included in the domain name, think of all its forms: noun, verb, adverb, adjective. Consider also hyphens and numbers: sometimes you are a hyphen away from the dreamed domain name.

  • Start searching for the availability of these domains.

  • If you do business online, register your domain with as many of the extensions as available! Point them all to your site Let your name drive more traffic to your site.

  • If your preferred choice is not available, do not discourage and try the next combination.

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