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How to choose the right

You should choose a domain name that reflects your company or organization’s goals and gives potential clients and customers the confidence that you have a genuine online presence.

The right domain name will make consumers and businesses take you seriously. It also shows your commitment to providing your customers with the best products and services.

The right domain name will make your company’s and advertising communications more effective.

Making the Most of Available Domain Name Ideas

Domain names are very important to websites, just as book covers are to books. Visitors won’t want to visit websites if they don’t convey the right message or aren’t interesting enough.

However, too much creativity is not a good thing for domain names.

Why?

Search engine bots find it more difficult to index domain names that lack the right keywords or search terms.

Your domain name should be catchy and search engine optimized.

Whenever possible,  your domain name should be brandable, this combines elements of authority and flexibility along with quality.

A memorable domain name is easy to remember.

Purchase a domain from a company with a track record of reliability, security, and excellent customer service.

Picking the Right Keywords For Your Domain Name

You should specify the keywords and phrases you want to target in your domain purchase.

We recommend buying from providers that offer a wide range of extensions.

You will first need to search for a popular keyword in search engines. This can then be used to build your domain. This task can be made easier by a keyword analyzer.

You can find them easily by using a simple search engine query once you have found one, type in the keyword that best describes your website’s purpose.

The keyword analyzer will return several versions of the keyword. You can choose to use one of the more specific names that are compatible with the nature of your site.

Because search engine optimization is focused, specific keywords are better because they are easier for search engines to recognize.

You can now start to select your domain name. Many domain name companies will let you check if your domain name is still available. It will give you a list of recommended domain names if the one you prefer isn’t available.

Consider it if the main keyword is included in these suggestions and that it ends with .com. You will need to get creative if it is not.

You could use ‘filler’ words, numbers, or phrases in your domain name to include your chosen keyword. Fillers can be either ‘a’, ‘an’, “101”, or ‘the.

These words are not usually searched by search engines so they won’t be indexed. However, you can still get indexed if your domain name is memorable and catchy.

Plus you will be adding relevant content using compatible keywords whenever possible.

Getting Creative with Domain Names

What happens if all of these steps fail to get you a .com? There are situations when it’s better to use another extension because the keyword is so popular.

Extensions like .net, .biz and even .org still get noticed. If you aren’t interested in international or local marketing, you might also want to consider country- or state-based extensions.

It is better to be number one in France’s Google version than number 200 in America’s.

But we do not recommend domain names that contain . can have multiple meanings, such as “the”, “and,” and “in” or “of”.

That is why many webmasters don’t use in domain names, which can lead to people confusing sites. They might type in the domain name without the hyphen and find a different site that is not yours.

Once you have found the perfect domain name for your company, get it right away! You might not be the only person looking for this keyword. This is the ‘worldwide web’ after all.

People can find your website more easily by adding social media handles with your domain name. This will increase the likelihood that they will trust you and make it easy for anyone searching on social media to find you.

Finding a domain name that generates the right buzz doesn’t take much.

Your keyword analyzer can help with 90% of your domain name search, while using your wit and fillers can help with the other 10%.

Bottom Line

If you still have trouble getting the .com, you can always opt for other extensions.

Feel free to use our contact form for more information.

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