To sign for hosting with Your Preferred Host, you need an internet domain name. This is the unique name that appears after the @ sign in email addresses, and after www. in web addresses. It typically takes the form of your organization’s name and a standard Internet suffix, such as yourbusiness.com or stateuniversity.edu. You can use a domain name that you already own. Or you can purchase a domain when you sign up for with us
- A Domain is your online identity Your online identity. Show the world who you are
- A domain is a memorable way to find you The most memorable way to find you. Help your visitor find you by registering something short and catchy. There are still hundreds of thousands of great domains available; try the latest trend by omitting letters to make them shorter and more memorable, such as Flickr.
- A domain could be your main keyword The keyword explaining who you are and what you do. Domains help search engines to find you as the words in your domain are considered the most important keywords. Therefore try to think creatively by registering names including your activity and location.
- A domain name is your next call to action The next call to action that your users will follow. Congratulations you just met someone and handed your business card, what do you think this person will do in the next two weeks? They might need a quick refresh of what your business was about, so make your domain big and bold so they have their answer in a click.
- A domain name is the first step to your website The first step before building your website and professional email addresses. You got a great project in mind and will need to communicate around it, make sure you have your domains covered before creating websites and email accounts, that’s the best way to avoid disappointment.
- A domain is the best way to secure your brand The best technique to secure and protect your brand online. You just launched a product in your home country but think that your geographical neighbors might like it too, don’t forget to register your domain name with the relevant country codes (.dk/.se/.no) as well as more global ones such as .com/.eu/.asia, depending on your target market.