Everything starts when you register a domain

They say, ‘It all starts with a domain’. So have you booked your domain, yet? Godaddy, a domain selling company, says whether you have a new idea or an established business, the ‘key to success online starts with a great domain name’.

Your domain name is a key part of your online address, and is what your visitors will use to find you easily. For example, if you are looking for G Caffe creative agency on the Internet, you will find it online at gcaffe.org as this domain is exclusive and easy to locate.Domain names meaningYour domain name is unique to you; once you have registered it, nobody else can register the same domain name for as long as you continue to renew it. You can book your domain for one year, two years or five years at one go. Domain registering companies offer you discounts also if you buy or renew your domain for two years or more.

Before buying you domain name, you may have questions in mind – What name should be bought? Which domain should I register? Should it sound unusual or should it have simply my name? A domain name serves as your distinct identity on the Internet. It expands your work and business online. Ideally, your domain name should accurately reflect your work or business or brand.

As no two websites can have the same domain name, your domain name is how people find you online. So choosing the right one for your website can seem overwhelming at first, but once you decide to go online you can just go to any domain selling company’s website where you will get all possible help and assistance online.

Domain selling companies are supportive and have able staff to help you get online. They know you might be new in the field and hence you need better assistance. Therefore, they always help. At times, their support team even helps you search the right name for your website, so that you can book the most appropriate domain name for yourself.

What is a domain

You can also ask your friends, colleagues and family to suggest names for your website so that you can pick the perfect domain. I myself got several tips from my circles whenever I desired a new domain name as and when needed. In fact, I received about 100 very good names for my Hindi news views website and all of them appeared so apt. And, when one of my friends felt that I still needed more suggestions, he came out with just one name which was exactly I was looking for, and thus Bharat Bolega was born.

Similarly, what better option than to just go simple! You may search for a domain name that’s easy for people to remember and spell. This approach can help establish your brand and credibility. Some of you can also feel like having a unique domain name for your website to stand out from the crowd. Who could have imagined Apple or Facebook or Twitter as domain names? Of course, those people were one amongst us only.

While registering a domain must you know domain extensions like dot com, dot in, dot org, and there are so many of them now so much so that you have dot guru and likewise possibilities that are ever growing. Hence, you must know what you want or what you are looking for.

A domain name can be any combination of letters and numbers, and it can be used in combination of the various domain name extensions, like .com, .net, .in and more. When deciding on a domain name, it is a good idea to keep it simple, something that is easy to remember.

Andrea Rowland Godaddy

Andrea Rowland, who helps craft compelling communications for small businesses, says choosing a domain name is similar to choosing a company name — it requires a lot of thought and consideration.

According to domain registrar Godaddy, “Picking the right domain is huge. Look for a name that’s memorable, easy to spell and that’s specific to you or your business. Using real words in your domain name, instead of made up names, will also help you get found online.”

You may say, what is a domain, anyway? Well, take a look up there at the top of the screen. See that part at the top of your browser window in the address bar? It’s the part that starts with ‘http’ in the address bar. The second part of the URL is the domain. In my case, it’s neerajbhushan.com

India dot in domain registration

Remember, buying a domain name does not require any technical skill. Simply buy a name today. Visit G Caffe to try your hand. Once there, just enter a name in the domain search box to find the domain name that’s specific to you.

Christopher Heng of the Site Wizard says, “Once you see that the domain is available, buy it immediately. It may be available now, but not a few seconds later (or even less). Don’t check and then imagine that the name will be around at some future date when you figure out what to do with that domain name. If you don’t have a plan for the domain, don’t check it. Or just buy it first and plan later. If you have doubts about whether one set of domain names is better than another, buy them all (if you can afford it). New domain names are cheap. You can always let a domain expire if you decide you don’t want it later.”

In India, you can even go for dot in domains, as another domain selling company Big Rock puts it – .in sites rank higher in Google search results in India. So, you may let people or customers know you are open for business here, at home, in India. With a promise to bind everyone together, the national portal of India india.gov.in also helps you connect with some accredited domain registrars to buy domains in 15 languages.

Mayank Tiwari, a website developer with the G Caffe creative agency, says you should also buy a .com domain if you are vying for traffic from outside the country. His views are echoed by Audrea Weaver, a former SEO expert at Cognizant, who feels – “With a .in domain Google often tends to assume that your content is for India and ignores you in other countries.”

Ask me what to do with your domain name. I will try helping you create your complete Web Presence. Domain is just the right start. Make the start, today.

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