A domain is more than just your web address, the way that people
find your site. It is, or ought to be, your internet identity.
A good domain name
serves to establish a solid connection between your business and
your web address.
company and domain would simply share a name. The company name
would BE the company address- a very efficient and effective
tool for advertising and promotion.
Put some thought into it...
Unless you're starting a new company, your existing name may
overly difficult to type or remember. In either case, you'd have
a serious handicap.
You'll need to do
some brain-storming to come up with a domain name which is
easily remembered, easily typed, and easily associated with you
and your product.
This can be hard to
do, particularly if you want the more desirable .com extension.
Most of the short, one word names are already claimed, and you
may spend hours dreaming up acceptable variations- only to find
that they too have been taken.
Long domain names, alternate extensions?
Long domain names (up to
67 characters) may be ideal for secondary purposes, like search
engine placement and response, or even as a speculative
investment. For a primary name, we strongly recommend you
stay with the standard 23 character limit.
Likewise, we suggest
you avoid alternative extensions like ".cc" or ".fm" unless
they'd really work to your advantage. For now and a long
time to come, it's pretty much become common knowledge: a ".com"
site means business. The ".net" extension is a distant
second, and the rest of little value.
Prime names for
A rose may be a rose no
matter what you call it, but words reverberate with secondary,
tertiary, even subconscious meanings and associations. You
will want to harness these powerful connotations to provide your
name with impact.
preferred domain registration service makes this sometimes
vexing task easy, simple, and fun. It actually helps you
create a suitable domain name- one that will be effective for
your site and remains available.
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