The following are some of the tips on how to choose a good domain:
Domain name should be short.
A shorter domain name is highly recommended since your clients or followers can easily remember it e.g security.net is shorter compared to mysecuritysystem.net.
Keep it simple and Easy to remember.
Many internet users memorize the domain names of their favorite websites that they can easily remember.If your domain name has difficult name you may easily loose such visitors to your website.e.g. xcresty.org is short but it is not easy to remember. Use simple word while registering domain names.
Easy to spell
Avoid words that have complex pronunciation, strange combinations of letters and anything else that might cause someone to misspell your address. Example: CappuccinoBar.com
Avoid hyphenated domainnames
Hyphenated domains are awkward and annoying to type, so that can discourage some visitors.Another thing is that most people won’t think to place a hyphen between each word when they try to find you,so they might land on another business’ website.
A good domain name should be descriptive
An ideal domain should give a hint on what your website is about. Click here to register a domain name
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