|If you know what
domain name you want, go to
www.auroraartisans.net and get the name at great prices. We have
tools that will suggest the best alternative if your first choice
be considering a name for the first time, it's crucial to give it
some thought. When you're born, someone else chooses your name for
you. With a domain name, you get to pick your own, and the one you
choose will say a lot about you and your business. Although you can
get a new domain name, once you have printed up brochures and
business cards—and even more significant, gotten good search engine
recognition—changing the name can be difficult, expensive, or
If you can get a name which is
exactly your surname, such as smith.com, get it. Most surnames are
already taken, but you may find that yours is not. Such a domain
name is a great asset.
It's obvious that all things being
equal, shorter is better. But memorable is far better than shorter.
For example, mainstreetpetstore.com would be a far better name than
mnstptst.com. The latter would be impossible to get your clients to
Avoid homonyms. A domain name with
the word there in it would be easily confused with their
and they're as would bear with bare.
If you can get a four letter domain
name, it would seem like a good deal; however, if you are trying to
give someone your url by phone, the letters b, c, d,
e, and t, for example sound very similar. You may be
constantly resorting to "b as in...." Once that happens, your domain
name is no longer short.
Avoid words that are commonly
misspelled—such as, words with ie in them or words like