- Choice of Domain Names and Why it is Important
Choice of Domain Names and Why it is Important
- By Esteri M
- Published 04/21/2012
Ester M has been a freelance writer for more than one year so far. She enjoys writing any topic and she has worked for several clients. You can read similar articles she has written previously at her blog Elearner Library and contact her as well.View all articles by Esteri M
The selection of good domain names is not very complicated. All you have to do is simply register the name on specific sites and click search. If another company already took the name you have in mind, you have to continue searching. The keywords that describe your business motives could guide you. Your target customers are likely to type specific words or phrases in various search engines when searching for a particular product. If you sell this particular product, its important for you to select closely related keywords.
Your competitors’ domain names could give you an idea of a name that could also work in your case. Of course, your trademark, key product or service could really count when you want to choose a domain link. If you surely cannot do it personally, how about you visiting the domain name auction. You will be happy with the type of Internet services they offer to needy online entrepreneurs. The
As you are likely to find out, most of the reserved generic names are in the .net, the .com and the .edu and so on. Bidding means, you are willing to pay handsomely for these competitive domain names. You could also seek the Internet services offered by some SEO companies. This is when you want a website created without getting involved. Selecting a unique domain identity also gives you an opportunity to make money in future. Someone with almost a similar name as you may want to purchase your domain. It is even better if it has a functional and an attractive SEO website design.
One of the cheapest ways of finding a good name is doing it personally. All you have to do is to pick a pen and piece of paper and think creatively. Write every possible name that you think would represent your company product or service better. You can check the name’s availability online. As well, assess the number of closely related domain names. Remember that eventually you should settle for a unique identity for your business. If you have people who share the same business interest with you, simply involve them. You will realize how easy it is for a team to come up with something creative. The team does not have to be your business partners; even your friends and family could help. Nevertheless, you can succeed even if you decide to do it all alone. Let your business purpose and objectives guide in the selection process.