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What to Look for When Choosing a Domain Name

A domain name is the ideal way to promote your company, product, or brand since it is the first thing that people see when they search for your website on the internet. Companies or individuals can register a domain name for a variety of purposes, including the following:

In order to create a professional website,

In order to create a personal website

To have an e-mail address that is unique to you

with the purpose of generating parking revenues

in order to resell it (invest)

Before we get into the specifics of what makes a good domain name, let’s take a step back and look at how you may register your own domain name. This may be accomplished in one of two ways: purchasing or leasing.


Depending on the TLD, a new domain name can be purchased for as little as €15 per year (Top-Level-Domain, this is the combination of letters after the dot). Instead of purchasing this domain name, you are only “renting” it. In line with the regulations established by a registrar, you purchase a license to use a certain domain name that you choose. Among the registrars websites are SIDN, DNS Belgium, and Verisign. Among the registrars websites are SIDN, DNS Belgium, and Verisign, among others. As long as you continue to pay your monthly or annual payments, you will be able to use your domain name indefinitely.


The fact that you are leasing a domain name means that you are actually utilizing one that belongs to someone else, which may explain why this rarely happens in extremely rare instances. In the event that a person does not have the finances to purchase a domain name right away, they may choose to lease one instead. In this situation, the domain name will be purchased on a monthly installment basis.

The first impression is really important.

Making a good first impression is critical since it is the impression that people will have of you that they will remember. When it comes to a website, your domain name is the first thing that visitors will see, therefore it is critical that you make a strong first impression. Having a domain name and email address that are the same increases your credibility as well. For example, if your firm is named London Real Estate and your domain name is, your company is called London Real Estate. Your company’s name does not correspond to the domain name, which can cause confusion among your customers. They will most likely look for a website such as, which is not the website of your company’s website. When selecting a domain name, be certain that it corresponds to your company’s name as well.

In addition, as previously stated, your email address should be consistent with the domain name. An email address such as ‘’ appears more professional than a generic one such as ‘’.

The TLD you choose for your domain name should be taken into consideration when selecting your domain name since it communicates a certain message to your customers. If you are the owner of a Dutch firm, you will almost certainly choose the domain name. However, if this specific domain name has already been used, you may choose for an domain name, which will give your website an instantly more international appearance.

You have complete influence over the digital first image that people get of you, so think about it carefully.


Domain names are impacted by supply and demand in the same way that our economy is. The more popular a domain name is, the more it will cost to register it.

Between 1995 and 2000, premium domain names such as,, and were still available for registration, as were several other premium domain names. Many investors would give everything to get access to a time machine so that they could travel back in time and register these domain names, which are now quite valuable. An extremely restricted number of these so-called “premium” domain names are available for registration. The greater the number of domain names registered, the less domain names will be accessible.

A domain name like will receive a large number of ‘organic’ visitors each day. The domain name, aside from attracting these types of people, will have a highly dependable and trustworthy appearance.,, and are examples of websites that have precisely the same domain names as their respective corporations and are therefore regarded as extremely trustworthy.

When you go to the store to buy laundry detergent, you will most likely choose the brand that you have seen promoted on television since you will believe that you are already familiar with it. As you can see, this is practically the same when it comes to domain names, so you get the picture: having a reliable domain name is crucial.


The selection of an appropriate domain name is dependent on your objectives. Choosing a domain name for your (new) company or deciding whether to invest in a domain name are important decisions. Using the following example, we will show you how to choose a decent domain name for your company:

Do you primarily conduct business in a single country? Choose a country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) that corresponds to the nation in which you operate, such for the Netherlands. be for Belgium, for the United Kingdom, respectively. Are you a multinational corporation, or are you considering expanding internationally? Then a generic top-level domain (gTLD), such,.eu,, will be a preferable option.

Take into consideration the spelling of your domain name. The domain name is available for purchase, but the plural variant is also available for purchase. In this particular case, the domain name would be more appropriate for a brand, but the domain name would be more appropriate for a flower store. Aside from deciding whether to use a singular or plural term, the tense of a verb might also be important to consider. The domain name would theoretically be more valuable than the domain name However, the value of your domain name is still determined by the objective for which it was registered.

In addition, your domain name should be simple to remember and spell. The so-called radio test is an excellent technique of determining this. Consider the possibility of hearing a radio advertisement with the domain name Clients are likely to inquire as to whether the word is spelt with a ‘oe’ or a ‘oo,’ as well as how many z’s are in the word. There are exceptions to this rule, and not every domain name that fails this test is inherently undesirable. Consider the websites and

If at all possible, make your domain name as brief as possible: the more words it contains, the less valuable it is going to be. A domain name like will be more valuable than a domain name like in the long run. In comparison to, the domain will be more

If you do decide to utilize several words, be certain that they are put in the proper word order before moving on. This appears to be a sensible course of action, yet it may go horribly wrong at times. A domain name such as will be far more understandable than, for example. This is also true for the so-called newTLDs: is used instead of in the example above.

Avoid using the dash (-) in your domain name if at all possible. These are not audible on the radio and so detract from the value of your website. Clients frequently fail to include a dash, resulting in a loss of important traffic.

Try to stay away from ‘hacks.’ Domain names such as and are examples of this. They are difficult to comprehend and almost always need additional clarification, which consumes important time – particularly when it comes to advertising.

When choosing a suitable domain name for your organization, you may utilize any or all of the previously mentioned ideas and tricks. If you are considering purchasing a domain name as an investment, there are a few additional considerations that you should keep in mind. We will return to this topic in a later blog post.



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