Choosing A Domain Name? Make Sure You Keep The Following Things In Mind!

So, you’re ready to launch your website? We’re sure you are excited about it. You probably already have a clear idea about how it should look. But what about a domain name? Have you chosen it?

If you have not decided about your domain name yet, the folks at Hosting Tribunal have put together the infographic below that will help you to make a good choice. Remember that a domain name is the face of your online business, so picking the wrong one will be disastrous.

Pick a name which will represent your niche

Your domain name should not only describe what your website is all about but also match with your brand’s niche. For example, if you own a footwear store, choosing www.comfyshoes.com is far better than www.fashionworld.com. You’re getting the drift, right?

Readability

A domain name should be easy to remember. Thus, it is highly recommended to choose one that is easy to remember and spell. Slangs and multiple words can be confusing and you might lose the potential customers.

Keep it as short as possible

Keep your domain name short and simple. For instance, wedding.com is much crispier and easier to remember than to www.bharatmatrimony.com.

Don’t use hyphens, numbers, or special characters

Simplicity is elegance. Thus, it is highly recommended to avoid using numbers, dashes, or any special characters. People would frequently misspell your domain name, and sometimes even switch to your competitor because it has an easy-to-remember URL.

Don’t use copyrighted or trademarked names

Last but not the least, you must pick an original domain name for your business. The last thing you want is getting sued for using copyrighted and trademarked names.
So, before finalizing the website registration, it is highly recommended to conduct thorough research and see if the desired name has been protected.

Wrapping Up

That said, choosing a proper domain name for your business is crucial. Check out the detailed infographic below for more information.

Editor’s note: This is a guest post written by Nick Galov.

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