Choosing an effective domain name

1. For search engine optimization (SEO for its acronym in English) is very useful if your keywords are present in your domain name.
Marla Regan, a professional organizer, has put two keywords in your domain name, TiempoOrganizado.com . Lin Schreiber, a coach specializing in retirement issues, has its niche keywords within your domain name JubilacionRenovada.com. The consultant John Reddish has incorporated the key words in your domain ObtengaResultados.com wanted. I have a domain that I have not yet developed and aimed at home carers, called CuidadoresDeCasas.com. Before buying your domain, make a list of keywords that a person could use to find anyone on the Internet. The list may include the sector of your business, your target market or niche, a problem your target market or solution you can offer.

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2. When choosing your domain, the shorter the better.
I’ve never been able to follow my own rules in this respect, since I tend to create rather long names. If the domain name will be for your main website, where you host your primary email address, I recommend you consider a domain name as short, catchy and memorable as possible. After having to spell your long e-mail address several times, you’ll love to have a short domain name. Your domain name can contain up to 67 letters and numbers, but always recommend that you avoid having a long name. Can not include any special characters except hyphens.

3. Buy a domain name with your name.

Usually I point my clients to try to avoid using your name as the name of your company, because it takes several years and much money and effort to achieve recognition of a name, as in If Oprah for example. However, it is best to buy a domain name that has its own name, and some domain names with his name misspelled. For example, many people believe that my name is Donna Gunther, with an “h” in the surname, but I could not register the domain name with my name written with “h”, for that is the name as a photographer in Venice, California has since 2000. Once you have purchased a domain with your name, you can redirect to your main website. This means that when someone types a domain name, you will come to the website to which you redirected that domain. Therefore, the site currently DonnaGunter.com redirects visitors to the site, CoachingParaEmpresasOnline.com, not wanting to use my name as a website, but maybe that could change later.