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A domain name is a unique, easy-to-remember address used to access websites. For example, ‘google.com’ and ‘facebook.com’ are domain names. Users can connect to websites using domain names thanks to the DNS system. For example, our domain name is reloadhost.com
Domain Name System(DNS) is responsible for the allocation of domain names and traffic direction based on URLs in the address bar of the web browser. The Domain Name System is the largest database in the world, containing information about every website in existence. There are currently more than 350 million unique active domains on the Internet.
A domain is the actual name people will use to navigate to your website. Web hosting is what powers the storage/back-end of your website to make it functional. You may order a domain without web hosting (some people hold them as investments, others redirect to existing websites) but you may not purchase web hosting without a domain.
Domain name registrars are companies that have direct access to the registry of domain names. When you buy a domain name, you are actually purchasing it from a domain name registrar. A very well-known domain registrar is GoDaddy, which has registered more domain names than any other domain registrars.
A non-profit organization called Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is responsible for DNS management, IP address allocation, and managing databases related to namespaces – all that in accordance with the highest security standards.
Above all else, we strive to deliver outstanding customer experiences. When you buy a domain name from Reloadhost.com, we guarantee it will be handed over to you with superior standards of service and support. Our primary goal is to build a customer-focused atmosphere filled with the happiest customers in the world today.
When you build a website, you want visitors to come and see what you’ve done. To get them there, you need a unique domain name that connects to your website’s servers. Domain name registration is required to ensure that no one else in the world can claim ownership of your website’s address and to make finding your website easier.
Think of the name you want to register. The answer is typically your company or website name. It is best to keep your domain name short and easy to understand. Say it out loud, and make sure it sounds great. Next, search to see if it is available. If the name you desire is taken with the .com top-level domain, there are hundreds of others available. Finally, add the top choices to your cart and complete the domain registration.
Yes! You can register as many domains as you wish for your website, but only one may actually serve the website. For example, reloadhost.com is our primary domain, but we own many other domains that redirect to our website.
Unfortunately, all domain registrations are final upon payment and cannot be changed. Therefore it’s very important when registering a domain to double-check the spelling. However, you do not have any obligation to continue renewing the domain each year, you can let it expire once the first year is up.
Yes. Domains may include letters, numbers, and hyphens (-).
WHOIS is a query and response protocol that provides information about the domain holder, the date of registration and expiration, whether or not the domain name is available, etc. You can check WHOIS information by searching for an available domain name on our homepage, let’s see how it works. In case the domain already exists, you’ll be able to see the WHOIS information below.
There are a couple of things you need to know before registering a domain name. With a credible and reputable company, we will certainly guide you through the process and possible dilemmas, so here’s just an overview of some precaution steps:
Picking domain name:
Picking the RIGHT domain for your business idea is crucial for success. Typically new business owners hurry to select a domain name for their businesses just to realize that they have actually made the incorrect selection. If you pick the incorrect domain, after that it can be a headache to switch over later on without injuring your brand and search rankings.
When it comes to choosing new domain names for your business, it can be quite overwhelming especially to beginners. On this page, we have outlined some guidelines to help you choose a new domain name.
Only choose .com domains
.com is the most well-known domain name extension in the world. This is why most smart phone’s keyboards have a built-in .com button.
While it can be tempting to choose one of the newer extensions like .photography, .blog, .club, etc, we recommend all business owners to always choose a .com domain name.
The biggest reason is that your users are conditioned to type .com at the end of every website. For example, if your website was nelly.photography, and your users typed in nellyphotography.com, then they might end up on an error page or worst your competitor’s website.
It’s wise to avoid the risk and choose a .com domain name
Use keywords in your domain
Keywords play a huge role in search engine rankings. If you want your website to rank higher in Google, then having a keyword in the domain name can be very helpful.
Make it easy to pronounce and spell
One of the biggest reasons for lost traffic is typos. When choosing a domain name, it’s extremely important that your website name is easy to spell and pronounce.
This way if you’re ever in a public place without a business card, then you can easily share your website and know that the other person will be able to find it.
Keep it short
Following the same reasoning as #3, it’s generally a good idea to keep your domain name short (ideally under 15 characters).
Longer domain names are hard to remember, and they are also prone for more typos.
Make it brandable
With millions of websites on the internet, you want to make sure that your domain name is unique and brandable so that it stands out in your readers’ minds.
You should look at other business websites in your industry to see what kind of names they’re using. This will give you an idea of what’s acceptable, and it will also prevent you from accidentally using a trademark domain name.
Brandable domains are short, catchy, and easy to pronounce. Think reloadhost.com or reloadsite.com.
Choosing a brandable domain also makes it easy when it comes to finding available social media usernames.
Avoid Hyphens at all cost
While it can be tempting to choose a domain name with a hyphen just because it has your preferred keywords, we always recommend avoiding hyphens at all cost.
Hyphens can be a sign of spam domains, and you don’t want your business to be associated with that.
Hyphenated domains are also prone to more typos. Often your users will forget to add the hyphen and end up on your competitor’s website.
Avoid Double Letters
Another thing we advise our clients is to avoid domain names with doubled letters because it increases your chances of losing traffic to typos.
For example, a domain like businesssetup.com will be more prone to typos and result in lost traffic.
We hope that you found these tips useful. Don’t forget to use these best practices when choosing domain names for your business
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