Is Your Domain Name SEO Friendly?
The selection of a domain name has become very important in the bid for search engine placement. This article discusses the reasons why.
|by Rick Carbone ||May 11, 2006 ||
5 Ways to Think Up a Great Domain Name That's Still Available
I'd be a zillionaire if I earned a dollar each time someone complains that all the great domain names are already taken.
|by Marcia Yudkin ||March 16, 2006 ||
How to Choose the Right Domain Name for Your Company
As the editor of DomainNameWire.com, Iím frequently e-mailed by people asking for domain name advice.
|by Andrew Allemann ||May 10, 2005 ||
8 Tips for Choosing a Domain Name
If you're just starting out on the Internet, choosing a domain name is one of the first major decisions you will have to make. I won't say that choosing a name for your site will determine the overall success or failure of your online business.
|by David Cooper ||March 27, 2005 ||
The Importance of a Quality Domain Name
Thousands of people succumb to the pressure every week. A new marketing program grabs the attention of an eager Internet newbie and up pops a free web site and email address to boot. The sad reality is, you have just paved the way to failure.
|by John Stone ||June 12, 2004 ||
Warning! Your Domain Name Could Infringe On Trademark Rights!
If you have or are about to purchase a domain name, YOU could be in trouble and you don't even know it yet...
|by Al Martinovic ||June 04, 2004 ||
Get Your Own Domain Name Or Die Online
Would you buy from someone with an "@yahoo.com" e-mail address? I wouldn't. And the clients I've had the most trouble with use yahoo addresses or other free addresses.
|by Sopan Greene ||June 04, 2004 ||
Selecting a great domain name for E-Business success
You have decided to expand or establish a business presence on the internet. Now you are faced with the difficult task of selecting a domain name that will be a business and advertising asset.
|April 10, 2004 ||
Choosing a domain name
The Domain name, basically speaking, is that section of the Web Address, or URL (Uniform Resource Locator) that you find between the www. and the .com. You can have your own domain name ( TLD - Top Level Domain) i.e.. www.yourname.com or a virtual or secondary domain name i.e.. www.yourname.webhost.com.
|by Tony Murtagh ||April 10, 2004 ||
What's the big fuss about long domain names?
The word is out. You can now register domain names of up to 67 characters. This is going to shoot your ranking way up on the search engines. Because if you stuff all your keywords into your domain name, search engines are simply going to love your site. Or so they say...
|by Alan Yap ||April 10, 2004 ||