Domain Name Search
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Best Practices for Selecting a Domain Name
Just because a domain name can be 63 characters long doesn't mean it should be. In our increasingly hurried world shorter is almost always better. It aids with eliminating typos, conveys authority and certainly helps when providing links in social media like Twitter where you're limited to 140 characters. From a branding perspective it's hard to beat one word domain names no matter what the extension or TLD.
Domain names are only useful if people can remember them. Give yourself a leg up by selecting a domain name that is neither difficult to remember nor easy to confuse with similar looking or sounding domain names. Exercise caution when balancing short vs. memorable. Acronyms can be great, but also easy to confuse, especially when combined with short, simple words. Example MyXYZ.com vs. YourXyz.com vs XYZHome.com.
Easy to Spell
Domain names with clever spellings can often seem like a good idea until a potential client tries to remember whether your company spells your domain name with an “S” or a “Z” at the end. This is much less of a concern with domain names for personal projects, but we recommend businesses stick with properly spelled domain names.
Another aid in making domain names memorable is ensuring the domain you select is pronounceable. A jumble of consonants is much harder to remember than a simple mix of consonant, vowel, consonant, vowel, etc. If you have to make up a domain name try to find one with this or similar patterns.
Whether you want a short, brandable domain name or a keyword rich domain name it seems the very best ones are already registered. But having the perfect domain for your business is one of the best investments you can make and is, in a word, priceless.