Domain Names + Domain Name Investment in Organizational Structures of Domain Name Registries (+ Domain Name System [DNS] )

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Those of us who trust in written language and those of us who trust in the Internet, we trust in the governing bodies of the organizations referred to by the strings we use on a daily basis. I trust in “com” (which is managed by Verisign) and I trust in “blog”(which is managed by Automattic) and also in many other strings (which are managed by a wide variety of registries). Yet I do not trust them equally, any more than I would be so foolish as to trust all currencies or similar financial instruments equally. Some registries are very general organizations, other registries are very specific organizations. Some have very well defined organizational structures, other organizational structures are more loosely circumscribed or even cryptic. They are all very different, and I place different degrees and modes of trust in these different phenomena, just like I differentiate between mountains and machines, mice and men, moons and magnetic fields.

7 Things to Consider Before Buying a Domain Name

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Thinking about starting a new online business or taking your existing business online, choosing the right domain is always a tricky task. A right decision at the right time can save a lot of time and money while a poor choice can cost a lot in the long run. Here in this article RE2QA is making it easy for you to take the right decision. Following are the 7 things to consider before buying a domain for your business. These 7 things will help you avoid making mistake that may cost you down the road.

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1- Easy to Speak, Spell and Remember

Your domain name must be easy to speak, spell and remember. Make sure
that the domain name you choose make sense to people. Easier your
domain name is to speak, more and more people will type it. Easier your
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Site and Domain Name

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For businesses, the ideal and the most obvious choice is to set your domain name as your company name. The best names are usually key words of the name of the company or brand.For example, Tokyo International University has the domain name TIU, and the root under the subdomainwww. Thus, when you want to visit the website of Tokyo International University, you will type the following to your internet browser: where .jp is country code top level domain (.com is a top level domain) and .ac is a second level domain, it refers to ACademic. is called a URL

Check alternatives

exists, or exists ! If available make sure you snap them up !
Sometimes/ in some countries you may have to buy some domain name through an
auction !

Adhere to SEO best practices

Should have
at least one relevant…

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