Buying Yourself a Domain? Choose Your Domain Name Wisely

Posted by admin on Dec 31 2008 | 22 views | Domain Names



Choosing a domain name is one of the most important aspects of setting up your online business. The domain name you choose will be what your website is known as and remembered as. This will become your identity online and offline hopefully. You need to buy your domain name based on what you are offering or the product you are promoting.

Doing research is one of the most important aspects of choosing a truly memorable domain name. You want choose one that has the ability to become a household name. It needs to be related to your product or niche. Most people think that they need the company name or product name in the URL. That isn’t the case.

Always choose a .com domain name. There have been a lot of different type of domain names coming available in the last year but none of them carry the weight that a .com domain name does. One thing you can do when you purchase your domain name is to see if other forms of your domain name are available and buy them as well. If you buy yoursite.com you can also buy yoursite.net and yoursite.org and then just link them back to your .com domain.

Your goal when choosing a domain name is to choose one that is short and also very memorable. You want to choose a domain name that can be said on a radio commercial and remembered by the audience until they get around to visiting it. Short and sweet is the name of the game. The only exception to this is if adding a descriptive adjective will help your domain name become more memorable.

These are just a few of the basics that you will need to keep in mind when choosing a domain name. Don’t rush this step because you are choosing your online identity. This is the name your company or product will be remembered as across the world.

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