Saturday, November 9, 2013

My Advice for Catchy and Brandable Domain Name for Your Online Business

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2) Focused mainly on Short names , which is easy to pronounce or remember.
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5) We always update with fresh new domains, so you can find yours any time.

Finding a catchy domain name for your business can seem like a dainty task. Most likely you will spend hours in front of a computer thinking for ideas. However there exists plenty of online tools that can help you with finding the perfect name for your business.

When you put these short tips into effect, you'll find yourself coming up with a truly amazing domain name in a few short minutes!

(1)    Short. Definitely short. Optimally, your domain name should be no longer than eight syllables. Anything longer is almost always hard to remember, and will thus decrease the amount of traffic you get through visitors who directly type in your domain name into the URL/address bar.

(2)    The extension, or TLD of your domain name is what comes directly after the name,,.net These three are the most popular ones, but make sure you pick the right one for your company/business. For most websites and personal blogs,.com is the way to go. If it's a bit of a network-type business, go for If it's a non-profit organisation,.org is the way to go.

(3)    Make sure you do your research and you don't copy off of any already existing business. Every name and trademark of a business is under copyright. If you "accidentally" use their name, you could be headed for a mess of legal issues.

(4)    Get those hyphens out! Dashes do not belong in your domain name, for whatever reason. Not only does it render it hard to type, but a potential visitor might forget the dashes and easily be lost to a competitor with the same domain name minus the dashes. Granted, search engines have proven to "like" domains with hyphens in them (primarily because it's simpler for them to figure out the title), but people do NOT like them.

When choosing the perfect domain name for your website, your traffic strategy also matters considerably. There are two main types of domain names: keyword-based and brandable. Keyword-based domain names are likely to be discovered by large volumes of web users who are searching for broad or general keywords.

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