9 tips before Buying a domain name

When you first start your business, one of the initial things that you will need to do is to choose a domain name for your business/website. In fact, your domain name will be one of the first things that the other person sees when looking at your brand. One thing that you should keep in mind is that you will have to live with that domain name for a very long time so you better make it a good one.

What  Is a Domain Name?

It is an address of your website that is on the internet. It is also referred to as a URL which means Uniform resource locator. The domain name is the unique address to your website and every website owner has one name that is unique to their site. The most common format is the .com but there are many other common names that end in .org, .net, .info and more.
Buying a domain name looks easy, but it is important to do some research and understand some few tips on buying one.
So, to begin with, you should have a domain name and have it registered.
9 tips before Buying a domain name
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Okay, to make it easier for you to choose the right domain name, here are some basic considerations to try:
  • Research domain name.
Do your research, in case the domain name you come up with is already taken or copyrighted. Don't rush, but don't take too much time either, since domain names sell quickly, and you may miss the domain of your dreams if you are too late.
List out several names that come to your mind and search for their availability from a domain name registrar who is appointed by the International Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
  • Typify your brand.
The name should have some aspect of your brand in it. It should also be a name that people will remember and that is unique to you and to your business.

  • Be easy to pronounce.
Is it easy for you to pronounce your domain name? Is it easy for other people to pronounce it too? If the answer to either one of those questions is no, you may want to rethink the name and come up with something that fits the criteria.
  • Be short.
The last thing you want it for your domain name to be long and cumbersome. You want it to be short, easy to type, easy to pronounce, and easy to share with other people.
  • Be a.com, if possible.
Dot com is still the most common suffix for domain names. That suffix works for all sorts of businesses, no matter what you are selling. Of course, other suffixes will also work but they are not preferable.
  • Stay far away from other, similar domain names.
If you have a domain name that sounds similar to another business' (or individual's) domain name, you may run into trouble. You certainly do not want to get involved with any sort of copyright infringement problems. Tap into your creativity and come up with a name that is uniquely yours.
  • Use a strong keyword, if possible.
A keyword is very important if it works in your domain name. That will help to keep you optimized for the search engines. However, it is not always possible to use a keyword. If you don't have that as an option, you will come up with another creative domain name.
  • Give a clear message about what you are selling.
If you do it correctly, your domain name will instantly let people know about your brand and your offerings. That will go a long way to distinguishing the right target audience from the people who are actually not your potential clients.
  • Stay away from hyphens and numerals.
Numerals and hyphens tend to confuse people. That especially applies if you say your domain name to the other person. The number and/or hyphen can be confusing because the other person will not understand if you are using the number instead of the word and when it comes to hyphens, there are several different types of dashes that the other person may use instead. In that case, he or she will never get to your website (or, at least, not easily) and the person may just end up walking away. Why ask for trouble?
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Conclusion.

As you are setting up your new business and putting all of the pieces into place initially, your domain name is one of the first things that you need to establish.
Name your business carefully as you would your own child. Who knows if your domain name will be added as a verb in the dictionary, for example, Google?
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