7 Tips for Choosing the Perfect Domain Name for Your Business


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How to Choose a Domain Name For Your Business

You as an online businessman or a professional blogger, having a site with a unique domain is something you want to be your identity and your site. A lot of online discussions that discuss about how to choose and buy a good domain for a site.

But wait, what is the domain understanding? Below is a sense of domain according to Wikipedia.

Seems, that is a nice introduction of what domain name is all about.

Choosing a Domain Name For a Personal Website or For Your Business

1. Domain As Your Name or Business

Choose a domain name that matches your name or your business.

If you create a website, blog for promotional purposes or sell products, services – for example selling perfume products, it would be better if you choose a domain name associated with the perfume. Examples, such as creating a website, blog for promotion or selling original perfume, then you should choose a domain; Perfumoriginal.com – dailyperfume.com – perfumemakesbeauty.com – and others. We recommend that you do keyword research first before choosing a domain name, try to make your domain contains your business keywords, have a lot of searches on search engines, and the competition is not too difficult. Use Google Adwords help, Keyword Tool, Google Keyword Planner to help you find the right keywords for your domain name.

Secondly, When you create a website, personal blog, then you should use your name or your nickname as a domain, for example {Karl}Expert.com.

2. Choose an Easy to Remember Domain Name

Use a domain that is easy to say, understand, and remember. When you tell someone your domain name is verbally – for example by phone, a domain that is too long or difficult to understand will be difficult to remember or even to confuse others.

3. Using Top Level Domain (TLD)

You should use a TLD (Top Level Domain) extension dot com for your domain name. TLD .com is the most easily remembered domain exetence. For example when there is a domain with the same word. for example: “the original perfume” usually people will try to open the site dot com extension first. To check the availability of domain names, you can use the help of this site www.domainsbot.com.

4. Avoid Bad Domain Name

Never use a domain name with ADULT, N*DE or PORN because this will have a bad impact on your site and of course your own image. Search engines like google are usually keyword-oriented, if your domain contains ADULT-speaking words, this can result in your site being reject by search engines, which will ultimately impact the number of visitors to your site.

5. Avoid Adding Character In Domain

Whenever possible, avoid adding unnecessary words or characters to your domain. For example the use of minus signs, numbers, or additional letters, this can affect the SEO power of a site. But if it should be forced to add characters to the domain, then you should use the minus sign (-), its more highly recommended.

6. Do not Use Other Company Trade Marks

Do not buy a domain name that is already a trademark, for example: amazon.com, do not ever think of buying a domain similar to that domain because you will most likely be sued by the trademark owner company.

7. Buy Domain From Trusted Registrar

Buy a domain only from a trusted registrar at an affordable price. One of the domain registrars that I often recommend are namecheap and godaddy, in addition to the cheap price is also very profitable facilities. Namecheap offers standard domain price of about $ 9.98 per domain per year will be cheaper if you have a discount coupon while godaddy often sell domain starting at $1 for the first year. In addition they also provide whois guard facility for free (only in the first year), while at other registrar will usually be charged. For local services, there are some registrars that I recommend, including:

DomainKing.ng / Garanntor.ng (Nigeria)
Niagahoster.co.id / Jagoanhosting.com (Indonesia)
Bluehost.in / Domainindia.com (India)

You can also search more using google

After reading this article, hopefully you can find a domain that matches the blog or website that you will build. If any feedback and questions please send your comments!