If you need a domain name registered, Corectech Business Systems Inc. can perform this service for you. We can help you select a good domain name and explain what makes a good domain name and why one domain name would be better than another. We can also make sure that your domain gets renewed each year and look after changes to your contact information.
Selecting a good domain name can be difficult. Many of the first names that come to mind will be taken. There are also many domain extensions to choose from including .COM .CA .NET .BIZ.
If you are interested discussing what makes a good domain name and what things to avoid when choosing a domain name you can give us a call or email us at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions about Domain Names
What does it cost to register a domain name?
Domain names can be registered for as low as $10 per year. An average cost is $25 per
year through a reputable domain registration company. There are sometimes services
you may require such as domain forwarding that may not be available at some of the
lower cost suppliers.
What makes a good domain name good?
A good domain name is short, easy to remember, easy to spell and ideally has meaning
relating to the company, products or services the web site is related to. For a company this
would be the name of the company using the .COM extension. .COM domains are still the
king of domains but are often picked over. If a competitor has the .COM domain you want,
seriously consider another name where you can get the .COM name or you could be directing
traffic to your competitors.
What makes a bad domain name bad?
One of the main problems with a domain name is one that is difficult to spell or there is
confusion with numbers dashes or underscores in the name. Long domain names can be
annoying when you have to type them in. They can also be difficult to use in marketing
such as a radio or print ad if the domain name is really long. Also avoid a domain name
that has a negative connotation.
Do I need a hosting account for every domain name?
No, many businesses will register multiple domain extensions for a domain name,
such as .COM and .NET and .CA. You can create one hosting account for one name
(the .COM for example) and then forward the other names to that site using domain
forwarding or by using the server settings for the web site with the other domain