3 Ways to Come Up With Eye Catchy Domain Name Ideas

You know when you wake up from a great dream but you cannot remember the details, it feel like you have sold your ideas on a short tale. Your domain name is your online business card that describes who you are and the kind of services you offer to your visitors.

Have you ever had an idea for a website that kept you up all night that you didn’t know where to start from? The first thing to do is to claim your domain name/address. I am going to tell you how to pick a great domain name. Here I am going to share with you all three things you should remember while choosing a domain name for your blog or website.

You have the first-round list of unique business name ideas — now what? It’s important to choose a name that’s easy to say, spell, and type into Google — even if it’s a made-up word.

Many people aren’t great spellers, and as of the time of writing this post, there’s no “Did you mean to write this?” system in place for mistyped URLs in browser windows.

Choosing a business name that helps people find you quickly can put you ahead of the game. And remember: if customers can’t find you, they’ll end up finding someone else!

1. Always Think Like Visitors: Consider the keywords, phrases and words around your niche to help express the idea you have on your blog. If you are a fashion blogger and you pick kiki.com as your domain name, I don’t think that’s a good presentation of your brand and it will confuse visitors coming to your site.

2. Choose The Right Extension: Make sure to choose the right extension also known as TLD. Your TLD is .com .net .co.uk or whatever that follows the name you choose. To minimize confusion don’t choose .co .xyz .e or .ie if you are a fashion blog.

Different top-level domains do tend to stand for different things. For example, a .biz domain only makes sense if you’re website will be for a business, whereas choosing a .org domain signals to visitors that the website is for a nonprofit. To avoid confusion, make sure you understand what the TLD you consider means before you register. 

3. Make Your Domain Name Memorable: You want your domain name to be memorable, you can achieve these by taking out keys and characters that will make it short, recognizable and easy to pronounce. About six to fourteen characters is ideal and should avoid numbers as much as possible. Long name are hard to remember and leave visitors to guess what your website is instead of actually spending time on your website.

Finding the right domain name is an important early step in creating a website. It can take some time and creativity, but once you find one that works, you’re on the path to launching a website that represents your brand effectively. Make sure the domain name you choose reflect what you actually plan to share on your website/blog.

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