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Domain Names

How to name your domain

 
Keep it Short
 
You can have a domain name up to 63 characters long but customers need to be able to remember your address easily. Also, try to avoid using dashes or underscores as these are easily forgotten when entering an address.

Ideally, the domain name should be the same name as the company name, and so choosing a company name and a domain name should be done at the same time whenever possible. Always check that your ideal domain name has not already been registered.

Register Early
 

As soon as you have chosen your domain name, register it. Even if you do not foresee setting up a web site you must register the name to prevent anyone else doing so. Do this before registering your business as many companies search new business registrations to second guess your ideal domain name. They then register the ideal domain name and will offer to sell you the registered name at a llater date. This can be a very costly mistake!

To register you do not even need to have a single web page designed, simply follow our easy on-line process and you will be instantly protected

.com or .co.uk
 
There are many different extensions available, but ideally you should register at least .com and .co.uk if possible.
Register multiple names
 
It may be advisable to register multiple similar names, particularly if you own the trademark for a certain name, to prevent sites setting up and taking your market share.
 
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