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4 Tips to Choose SEO Friendly Domain Names

The first step in building an online presence is creating your website that will showcase your company and your product. Before you can build your website, you must first choose the domain name which will be the website URL that your company will be known for. This website URL will serve as your online identity that will represent your company in the World Wide Web.Aside from this, organization must also choose an SEO friendly domain name to ensure that your site will get higher rankings in search engines. The domain name must contain keywords that focus on your company’s niche and business objectives as it will help drive traffic to your site for your business success.
So how do you choose an SEO friendly domain name? Here are some pointers:
 Choose Keyword Rich Domain Name. When choosing the domain name that will serve as the site’s URL, make sure to use keywords that are relevant to your business. This will help search engines index your site faster and once you are indexed in popular search engines like Google and Yahoo, your site will have a better chance of landing at the first page of Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). Using keywords in...
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How to Select A Good Domain Name? - 10 Tips

A good domain is a prerequisite for a successful web presence. Selecting a good domain is again something that you have to do own your own! Besides the technicalities, it's also personal. Hence, take time out ñ take that minute out and think about your domain name. 1. Recognizable Your website name, company name and domain name should be related. There should be a factor that makes it recognizable and identifiable to increase the recall value. The more people can remember and 'recognize' your presence, the better it is for your business. 2. Avoid Abbreviations Abbreviations may work in your regular communications, but avoid using an abbreviation for your domain name. Of course, if the abbreviation is how your brand is identified, then it's a different story! 3. Length of the Domain This isn't a major problem but something like 'theskyrocketcommunicationandbusinesssolutions.com' is obviously cumbersome to remember as well as type! You want to make the task of 'getting to you' easier and not tougher. Hence, 'SkyRocket.com' or 'SkyRocketSolutions.Com' at the most should work. A long domain isn't the problem; the problem how relevant is the length. It should be justifiable, smart and easy to remember. 4. Create an Impression And create...
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