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Make sure you are registering the correct domain name by following these tips.
If your domain name is long and complex, you risk customers mistyping or misspelling it. Short and simple is the way to go.
Make sure no one holds a trademark on the proposed domain name. You can check for tradmarks via the USPTO's trademark database.
Although it might sometimes be tempting to use something like domain1.com, people will always type a domain name as they hear it. In which domainone.com would be the best suitable choice. If you your actual business name contains a number, register the different variations.
If your business is local, consider including your city or state in your domain name to make it easy for local customers to find and remember. Example: ModestoGlassRepair.com
Try using keywords that describe your business and the services you offer. For example, if you’re a glass replacement business, you may want to register GlassRepair.com or GlassReplacement.com.
Extensions are suffixes, such as .com or .net, at the end of web addresses. These can have specific uses, so make sure to choose one that works for your business. The .com domain extension is far and away the most popular, but it can be tough to get a short and memorable .com domain name because it’s been around for so long.
Finding a domain name that’s easy to type is critical to online success. If you use slang (u instead of you) or words with multiple spellings (express vs. xpress), it might be harder for customers to find your site.
While this will contribute to your overall domain name bill at the end of the year, you’re also preventing possible trouble further down the line. Mainly, you wouldn’t want to end up competing with another site with the same domain name but ending in a different TLD.