If you are planning to make a income on the internet through your own internet marketing website or you just want to put up a website or blog about your favorite subject, there are certain steps that you have to complete first before you will be able to view your website online. One of the first and most important of these steps is buying a domain name. When you are new to this process it may all seem to be a little challenging, knowing just how to get started or what you have to do. If you find yourself in this position this article will definitely aid you when you are ready to buy your first domain name.
What is a domain name?
Simply explained a domain name is your one of a kind address on the internet. It allows Internet browsers (individuals searching the internet) to locate your particular website. Your domain name may be made up of your name, your business name, or variation of a set of relevant words associated with your website, company product, theme or subject. A good domain name will pretty much let people know what your website is about
STEP 1) CREATING A BUSINESS NAME:
So you’ve made the decision. You’ve got that great idea. You’re ready to leave work and pursue your dream. Your one step away from creating a business. One step away from being your own boss. One step away from becoming an entrepreneur, but you desperately need to create a business name…
A Business Name Should Never Be Taken Lightly.
There are many different things you should consider when creating a name for your business. Depending on what you want to do, where you want to do business, what industry you’re getting into, is the business local, national, or international. Does your company build something, make something, sell something, buy something, trade something, or give something? Each one of these factors can effect what your name should be. Is your business for non-profit? Does your business belong part of a group? Is it a family run business?
Before I get into some samples, I want you to break out a piece of paper and pen. Write down some examples of names that are fitting for your business. Keep all of the names close together so that you can compare,