Choosing Domain Names
The domain name you choose should be relevant to your
People don't care who you are, or what your company
All that they are interested in is 'what's in it for me'.
The domain name is the first step in creating interest
and developing your marketing:
Stuck for a name. Excellent articles and advice
from a company specializing in naming!
Discover top keywords to guide you to a great Domain
(also great for choosing keywords for your metatags and copy)
Good Keywords is a free Windows software for
finding the perfect set of keywords for your web pages .... and
the latest version 1.3 of Good keywords helps you measure your success
by comparing your traffic with that of your competitors!
The integrated Site Popularity Meter allows you to
measure your site popularity and then compare it with that of your
Research the keywords used by your target prospects,
and incorporate/use them as your domain name.
Goto com has a good free tool here:
Also visit your top competitors.
What keyword phrases are they using?
Obviously a neat small name is nice, but don't be
afraid of using long or hyphenated words.
If people find your site on search engines, they click the link
and the length of domain name is immaterial.
Buying Your Name
Low cost Web Design & Hosting
.co.uk domain names at £2.49 a year.
Hosting from £1.49 (with a one-off set-up fee
of just £9.99), including a range of pre-designed website
templates to choose from.
1&1 are one of Europe's top domain name and hosting
Very good price for .com with free dns management (many companies
will charge you for this)