8 Tips for Choosing a Domain Name

Written by David Cooper

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7) Search for Deleted Domain Names: Domain names that were once registered but have expired turn up every day. With some research you might be able to find one of these names that would be a good fit for your business. You can search for deleted domains at http://www.deleteddomains.com

8) Check for Trademarks. You should do this before registering your domain name. Search as many existing trademarks as possible and look for possible conflicts. Obviously you want to choose a name that is unlikely to cause you any legal problems. Trademark research can be done atrepparttar following sites:

U.S Patent and Trademark Office - http://www.uspto.gov

Thomas Register - http://www.thomasregister.com

The Trademark Association - http://www.inta.org

Nameprotect - http://www.nameprotect.com

If you need help with researching your domain names tryrepparttar 108288 following websites:

1) Nameboy - http://www.nameboy.com

2) GoDaddy - http://www.godaddy.com

Both Nameboy and GoDaddy are well-known registrars and will allow you to search for and register domain names.

You can register a domain name today for less than it costs for a nice lunch. There is really no reason not to put forthrepparttar 108289 effort and money to register a domain name that you can begin building your online presence with.

Your domain name is your first chance to build credibility with your visitors. Keep in mind that you never get a second chance to make a great first impression.

Remember, choosing your domain name is one ofrepparttar 108290 most important first steps you will take in building your online presence. Make it a step forward. Happy Hunting!

David Cooper is the editor of the 1Source-WebMarketing Newsletter. David specializes in helping people with their internet marketing efforts by offering real world tips and strategies. Subscribe to his FREE newsletter at: http://www.1source-webmarketing.com

A Winning Domain Name

Written by Debra Gravelle

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Here is why.

The hyphen breaks up a longer domain name to revealrepparttar major keywords that describe your website content or theme. This makes it easier forrepparttar 108287 visitor to understand and most importantly allowsrepparttar 108288 search engine to detect your keyword for indexing right offrepparttar 108289 bat. Cool, huh?

Moral ofrepparttar 108290 story, give your visitor a break, be nice torepparttar 108291 search engines and they'll be nice to you and give you lots of reoccurring traffic for free.

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