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to Select a Domain Name with Search Engines in Mind
get your Web site on the Internet, you need a domain name and
a hosting company. Follow
these tips when selecting a domain name.
a descriptive domain name that conveys professionalism and
is easy to remember and type.
an address that represents your business name, product name,
or a name that indicates your type of business.
variations of your domain name like making it plural, adding
dashes, or underscores.
keywords in your domain name to boost your search-engine
ranking e.g. Web-design-resource-center.com, Webdesignresourcecenter.com,
tips about domain names
- You can
use numbers, letters, and hyphens (dashes) in your domain
name, but the Web address cannot start or end with a hyphen.
confusing characters like zero, one, l, 2, s, and z to minimize
the risk of typos. The number zero (0) can be confused with
the letter O, and the number "1" with the letter "l."
characters such as ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) and ? are not permitted
in Web Addresses.
cannot contain spaces.
names are not case sensitive, so you can spell your domain
in uppercase, lower case, or a combination of both, e.g. www.FiveStarWebDesign.com
Related topics: Registering a domain name, fees for domain registration, and changing hosting, see article on how to register a domain.
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