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How to Choose the Right Name for Your Business?

How to Choose the Right Name for Your Business?

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One of the most important aspects of setting up an online presence is your domain name. You want to be recognized and remembered, so getting the right domain name is key. What is a Domain Name? Simply put, a domain name is an address that you type into a website browser address bar when you are trying to go to a particular site.  For example, the domain name for our website is: www.orangesnowman.com Getting your domain name is one of the most important steps in getting your online business noticed. Let us help you make the best decision, it will pay off for you big time. Selecting the wrong name can be disastrous, there are multiple extensions that can be used not just .com, .net and .org. Let us provide you with good advice at the right time!

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Coming up with a good name can be tricky, that is why if you register the domain with us we can advise you and brainstorm together with you to come up with a name that is set up for success.

How to Name Your Business: Consider Your Domain Name

It’s indisputable that simple domains, particularly single words in the English language, are growing trickier to find, but experts don’t all see eye to eye on how to transform your company’s name into a search-friendly and memorable domain.

  • In the Internet age you don’t want a name that’s spelled differently than it sounds. People won’t be able to find you online and you’re also always going to have to spell your name for people.
  • Digg and Flickr as examples of Web companies that have created memorable misspellings. He also suggests that “you have to decide whether you want your domain to capture generic search traffic, or whether you want it to be the basis for a [unique] brand.” It all depends on your marketing strategy and how you expect your customers to try to find you.
  • Do not use a name that conflicts with other subjects, for example, Renaissance Gallery in Stuart would have a hard time competing against some gallery in Venice.
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