Tips for choosing domain name from experts

The Right Domain Will Help You Get Found

"Domain names impact your rank in search results. Search engines like Google try to determine what your website is about so they can list it in relevant searches. The domain is one of the first places they look for clues about your business. To help potential clients find you in searches, choose a domain name with keywords related to your business. For example, if you are a contractor, you might want to purchase a domain name like www.yournameconstruction.com" - Wix


Exact Match Domains (EMD)

"An exact match domain is a web address that is identical to the word or phrase that a user entered into Google or another search engine. For example, if someones searched for "Weather," the EMD is "www.weather.com."" - Wix


Keep it short

"While keywords are important, don't go overboard with domain length. It's better to have a domain name that's short and memorable. It's a good idea to keep your domain name under 15 characters. Longer domains are harder for your users to remember. Not to mention, users will also be more prone to entering typos with longer domain names, and you'll lose out on that traffic. That's why it's a good idea to keep your domain length short." - wpbeginner


Consider Buying the Other Main TLDs as Well

"Having your main domain name extension secured - be it a .com or a local TLD - is only step one. Step two is getting all of the other popular TLDs, and then setting them to redirect to your main TLD. For example, if your desired address is SeeMeBloggin.com, also consider getting the likes of: SeeMeBlogg.in SeeMeBloggin.co SeeMeBloggin.net SeeMeBloggin.org SeeMeBloggin.co.uk, etc. 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. Some other things you don't want: People creating imposter sites - sites that look like yours but aren't (meant to trick people). People registering some of those missing TLDs and then trying to sell them back to you at a much higher rate. Genuine visitors mixing up your TLD and not being able to access your website." - Karol K - Winning WP


Use a Domain Name Generator to Gather Ideas

"Okay, so by this point you should have at least a general idea of some possible words to put in your domain. But, some of those words may already be taken, trademarked, or just don't have the "sound" you're looking for. That's where domain name generators come into play. These generators can turn your ideas into fresh, available domains. Here are some of our favorite domain name generators to try out: Wordoid. This tool allows you to plug in a word, and it will come up with ideas that either contain that word, begin with that word, or end with that word. Lean Domain Search. This tool matches your keyword with other keywords, and generates a list of available domains. DomainHole. This tool allows you to search keywords, find expired domains, generate new names, and more." - ROBERT MENING - WebsiteSetup


Make it expandable

"You never know how your business might expand, so avoid names that box you in. For example, FlyFishingLures.com is nice, but what if you want to sell fishing poles down the line too? I also recommend avoiding life-stage-specific names like AllAboutMyWildAndCrazyToddlers.com. (It's good now, but they're toddler years will be over so fast!)" - Amy Lynn Andrews


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