Make a Claim On Your Domain Name

A domain name is similar to a digital ID card. It’s a means for folks to see if you’re online. Many people wrongly feel that having a terrible domain name is preferable to having none at all.

A bad domain name might backfire and potentially result in consumer loss. A terrible domain name makes you appear unprofessional, but a good domain name makes a great impression and instils trust in your customers.

Your Domain Name

A well-chosen domain name will also help your website rank higher in search engine results, increasing the number of people who see it. Because your domain name will appear on your stationery, business cards, and other printed materials if you choose to take your business offline as well, you should choose a name that reflects your company.

Now that you know how important a domain name is, it’s time to come up with a list of possible domain names for your website.

You are not required to use your company’s name. In fact, if your company name is long or difficult to spell, it could be wiser not to.

Because one company’s name was difficult to remember, it created a website for its most popular product and discovered that buyers could recall the domain name. Because more buyers were searching for the product rather than the company, this led in improved customer conversions and search engine rankings.

If you’re the face of your company, your name could be used as the domain name. Martha Stewart and Donald Trump, for example, are the public faces of their companies. If this is the case, you should use your own name as the domain name. However, it is preferable to choose a term that is relevant to your niche.

After you’ve compiled a list of possible domain names, read over it and cross out any that are too long. To make your domain name easy to remember, keep it around twenty characters.

Make a Claim On Your Domain

Remove anything that could be construed as having a negative connotation. If you’re using multiple words, leave no spaces between them to ensure that your domain name isn’t potentially insulting.

After you’ve gone through your list and crossed out some, rank these domain names in order of your preference, from favourite to least like. Investigate which domain names are available on the internet.

You can do this through a popular domain register like Godaddy or NameCheap. Once you find a domain name that’s available, be sure to Google it before buying it. Make sure that no one else is using a similar name for something dishonest, spammy or offensive. While this might seem like a menial task, you don’t want your business confused with a similar website that’s not ethical.