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Choosing a domain name and registering is often the very first step when it comes to creating your own website. Your domain name is the address that will help your visitors find you, make sure it’s perfect and resonates with your business.
Go for domain names that are easy to remember and preferably the ones that are short. It’s also a great idea to choose a domain name that is linked with your business and company goals. You can also use keywords in your domain name to increase the probability of your site appearing in Search Engine Result Pages. A domain name can include letters, hyphens, and numbers, but not special characters.
Yes, it is, if you don’t want your personal contact information to be found in the public WHOIS directory. Domain privacy and protection can also help protect you from identity theft and spam.
Some domain extensions have restrictions on them and you cannot purchase them until you meet a certain criterion or have the required authorization, such as in case of .gov and .edu. Other than that, most domain extensions are available to anyone for a purchase.