Find the right domain name
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Tips for picking your domain name
Make it memorable
Pick a name that visitors will remember. Ask your friends and family for their opinions.
Keep it simple
Use common words related to what your site is about. Avoid symbols and complex punctuation.
Mix it up
Try using other domain extensions if the name you want is taken. Spell it differently or use synonyms.
Complete your domain name
Tell visitors about your site content or business location with the right extension.
The most common domain extension, typically used by for-profit businesses.
An abbreviation of “information”. Often used for educational sites.
Short for “organization”. This is usually used by nonprofits and charities.
An abbreviation of “business”. It’s often used by for-profit businesses and companies.
Great for personal brands, resumes, portfolios and blogs.
Ideal for eCommerce sites. This lets customers know you’re ready to sell online.
Often associated with online businesses, startups and the world of tech.
Preferred by businesses going online for the first time.
A Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) for UK-based sites.
An abbreviation of “company”. Makes a great alternative to .com.
A unique, fun extension that makes sure your site stands out.
Useful for sports and leisure clubs, professional associations and venues.
Why do I need a domain name?
A domain name is your online identity, it helps you get found online and makes you look more professional. Any brand with an online presence should buy a unique and memorable domain name.
What is a ccTLD and should I use one in my domain?
A Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) is one that’s designated especially for websites and businesses based in a particular country. For example, .co.uk indicates a site that might be more relevant for a UK audience. Using a ccTLD lets visitors know where your business is located and helps search engines like Google direct people from your region of the world to your site.