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TIPS FOR CHOOSING THE PERFECT DOMAIN NAME
Tips for Finding your Perfect Domain Name
- Keep it Short and Concise.
- Make it Easy to Type, Pronounce and Spell.
- Pick Something Unique and Brandable.
- Choose One Containing Keywords to Tell what your Website is About.
- Avoid Special Characters that Make it Difficult to Type (such as doubled words, hyphens…)
Try Different Extensions
If you choose a domain name that is too common, it is highly likely that it has already been registered. Try other extensions that, apart from having less registration request, reflect the identity of your website, such as “.shop”, “.travel”, etc. There are hundreds of them!
Try Using Different Words
If the domain you like is already registered, try using synonyms or words related to your website content
Add More Words
If the domain name you like is not available, try to add keywords that help you rank
(e.g. “loungesoho” > “theloungesoho”).
Bet on Branding
What other bet can you make that’s best than betting on your own brand? If your website is an online business you should bet on branding, that is, use the name of your brand in your domain name. Your domain name must represent your company or online business and be consistent with the contents of your website, the services or products you are selling on it, and the image you want to convey to your customers.
Choose One that Will Be Good for Life
Choosing your domain name is a crucial factor, not only for SEO but also for your digital identity. You have a big decision to make, so make sure you choose a domain name that you really feel identified with and that you will always like.
Change the Word Order
Reverse the word order to find a more exclusive domain
(e.g. “soholounge” > “loungesoho”.)
Choose the Most Suitable Domain Extension
There are more and more different domain extensions to choose from, so we recommend you to choose an extension that fits the type of target audience and content you are going to post.
Free Domain Name: .com, .eu, .co.uk, .uk, .es, just for annual contracts.
FAQ - Questions? We have the answers!
What is a Domain Name?
A domain name is a unique name that identifies a website. A domain name is the address where Internet users can access your website. Domain names usually are easy to remember and allow us, among other things, to visit web pages or send emails. A domain name can be any combination of letters and numbers, and it can be used in combination of the various domain name extensions, such as .com, .net and more. Originally, in the beginnings of the Internet and until the decade of the 80, the equipment connected to the Network, they were identified through an IP address. Thanks to the Domain Name System (DNS), IP addresses have been replaced by domain names that are easier to remember.
What Types of Domain Names Are There?
There are two major groups or categories of domain names:
- Generic or gTLD (Generic Top Level Domain). These are top level domains that are NOT affiliated with any country and can be registered by anyone for a fee. They are managed by ICANN, the world’s largest domain authority, in partnership with the maintainer of each type of domain. (Verisign, PIR, Afilias, Neulevel, etc.). In the last years, hundreds of new types of extensions have been launched with all kinds of categories, from geographic (.london, .paris), to business (.company), leisure (.dance) …
- Territorial domains or ccTLDs (Country Code Top Level Domains) These are domains associated with a geographical area. For example, Spain (.es) or France (.fr). There are 252 territorial domains and they are formed by two letters that identify each country according to the ISP 3166 codes. They are managed by national organisms and according to the own registry regulations of each country.
How Can I Find Out if the Domain Name I'm Interested In is Free or Already Registered?
Enter the desired domain name on our powerful search engine and we will immediately let you know whether it is free.
Registering a domain means reserving the right to use a name on the Internet for a certain period of time. For most extensions, the first person requesting a domain name has the right to register it. All requests are processed according to their chronological order of application following the principle “first come, first served”.
I Don't Like the Domain Name I Registered. Can I Change It?
Normally, once you purchase a domain name and the order is processed, it is yours for the duration of registration and cannot be cancelled or changed.
If you are dissatisfied with the domain name you previously registered, you are welcome to register a new name that you prefer. In doing so, you will own both names. Once the domain registration for the original name is ready to expire, simply forgo renewal (i.e. do not pay the renewal fee).
Can I Modify My Domain Name Details After Having Registered It?
Yes, you can do so from the Client Area, where you can modify the data of your domains quickly and easily.
What's Included with Each Domain Name Registration?
- Domain Privacy Service (optional extra fee).
- Control panel to Manage All Your Domains.
- Bulk Update Feature to Save You Time and Effort.
- Free DNS Management.
If I Decide to Register a Domain Name, Can I Modify the DNS Configuration?
The Domain Name Service (DNS) allows you to change the IP address of your domain. Simply put, complex IP addresses contain long numbers that can be translated into domain names, which are easier to remember and provide access to important information.
If you modify the DNS settings, you can make your domains point to other servers where you host your files. This allows you to transfer any existing domain to an Inventia Hosting plan without losing the name of your current domain.
Fortunately, Inventia Hosting offers you full access to DNS settings, giving you complete control of your data and domains. Once you have completed the registration of your domain with Inventia Hosting, you can access the DNS settings. In case that you have a domain with a different provider, you can transfer it to Inventia Hosting. Please note that the transfer is usually completed a few days after the request.
If I Have Already Registered Several Domain Names, Can I Transfer Them to Inventia Hosting?
Transferring a domain is a simple process that can be completed in a moment. You only have to obtain an authorization code from your current provider and Inventia Hosting will guide you through the rest of the transfer process. We recommend you to back up all your files before starting the domain transfer process.
First, you have to enter the name of the existing domain in the search engine to verify that the domain belongs to you. Then, it will be shown that the domain name is already registered. Just click the “Transfer Domain” button and enter your authorization code. Inventia Hosting will take care of everything else.
What Can I Do If I Can't Find the Domain Name Extension I'm Looking For?
If you cannot find the domain extension you are looking for, contact us and we will enable it for you to place your order.