Choosing a domain name is similar to choosing a company name it requires a lot of thought and consideration. Your domain name is your identity on the Web; you want to make sure you choose a name that not only fits your business, but is also easy to find and promote. Follow these steps to help you pick the perfect domain.
An email address can say a lot more than just the messages you send from it. Recently, I found an accountant online and scheduled a consultation to get help with my taxes. The accountant replied to my request through email, and that’s when I noticed she was using a personal Hotmail address. Seeing this made me think twice. Was she really as established and professional as I thought she was? With all of the work you do to establish your company and attract new customers, don’t let a little thing like an email address distract your potential customers.
Every business—even if it only has one employee—needs a Website, and even if you're not running a business you might still want a site of your own. Thanks to the wealth of options and services available, setting up a website with your own personal domain (that is, with a URL in the format www.yoursitename.com) is both easy and affordable. The first step is to find a Web host, the company who will store your files on its servers.