One of the first steps you should take in order to create your online appearance is to choose a domain name for your website. The domain name will represent you, your hobby or business and will give your website a memorable name, so your visitors will be able to find and remember it easily.
The domain name itself is an alphanumeric unique name that identifies individual web sites on the Internet. The domain can be of any length up to 67 characters, which includes the 26 letters of the English alphabet, numbers 0-9, and hyphens (-).The domain name cannot begin or end with a hyphen but, can contain one or more hyphens.
Try to register a domain which contains a popular keyword applicable for your industry. This will help your customers remember your domain name better.
Don't register a domain containing the digit "0" in it, unless it is going to be part of a recognizable word (like 1000 or 2000). This is because the digit "0" is often confused with the vowel "O".
Try to avoid using domains that contain "2" for "to", "4" for "four", "u" for "you". Your customers will easily get confused. However, if you must register such a domain, register the expanded form of the domain as well, i.e. if you are registering only4you.com also you can register onlyforyou.com.
Q. What domain registration service do you use?
A. We use GoDaddy as our domain registration service.
Q. How does Free Domain Registration work?
A. If you host with us, we provide free domain registration. We will even provide ongoing renewal and DNS record management at no charge for as long as you are a hosting customer.
Q. Can you mange our DNS records?
A. Yes. We can either point your domain to your domain name servers or become your domain name server and manage your A, CNAME, and MX records for you at no charge.
Q. What kind of domain is better? (.com or .biz)
A. There are literally dozens of new domain extensions in the world today, but really only need just one. We recommend using the extensions shown below because they represent the most commonly used extensions in the industry.
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