Tips for choosing domain name from experts

Easy to say and spell

The goal is for your domain name to be passed along easily by you and by others. This is more likely to happen if people don't have to stop and think about how to say or spell it. - Amy Lynn Andrews


.Com? .Org? .Info?

Every web address ends with a period followed by a domain extension. Those 3 to 4 letters are known as 'top-level domains' (TLDs). Wix lets you choose from 33 TLDs. Each one has its benefits, so find the one that best suits your business. - Wix


Keep it short

Shorter URLs are easier to type and remember. They also allow more of the URL to show up in the SERPs, they fit on business cards better and they look better in other offline media. - Ryan Shelley - Search Engine Land


Pick a Unique Domain Name

A unique domain name will help your clients remember you. Stay away from names that play on the reputation of an existing business. Generate a following that is exclusively yours. - Wix


Easy to Type

Think of some of the most popular websites in the world. What comes to mind? Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Yahoo, CNN... One big thing they have in common is that they're all easy to spell. Your visitors should be able to type your domain name without a problem. If you have to explain the spelling more than once for it to be understood, then it's too complicated. The last thing you want is for potential visitors to mistype your domain and end up on a different website! Here's an easy way to test this... Tell 10 people your potential domain name and ask them to spell it. If more than a few people struggle to spell it, then you need to simplify it. - ROBERT MENING - WebsiteSetup


Make it easy to pronounce and spell

You should be able to easily share your domain when speaking as well as writing. You never know when you'll be asked to share your domain name in person. It should be easy to understand and spell for any listener. - wpbeginner


Exact Match Domains (EMD)

An exact match domain is a web address that is identical to the word or phrase that a user entered into Google or another search engine. For example, if someones searched for 'Weather,' the EMD is 'www.weather.com.' - Wix


Consider Using Keywords

Keywords can help improve your SEO - but you need to tread carefully here. If you try to awkwardly stuff keywords into your domain, it comes across as generic (like we talked about before). If you do choose to use keywords, put the keywords at the beginning of your domain. That's where they'll be the most powerful for your ranking. You can find keywords with tools like Google Keyword Planner and Keywordtool.io. - ROBERT MENING - WebsiteSetup


Be brandable

Your domain name is the face of your company-in the form of a URL. Therefore, you should make sure it actually sounds like a brand. So, how do you do that? With simplicity, novelty, and memorability. Avoid inserting hyphens, numbers, or anything else that makes it sound unnatural and complicated. A great example is Pepsi.com. That domain name is leagues beyond inferior options like 'Pepsi-cola.com' or 'Pepsi-2-drink.com'. - Denis Pinsky - Forbes


Make it pronounceable

You might be thinking, 'Rand, why is it so important that it's pronounceable? Most people are going to be typing it or clicking a link.'. It matters because of 'processing fluency'. A cognitive bias that human beings have where we remember (and have more positive associations with) things that we can easily say and think about. That includes pronounceability in our own minds. This is going to vary on the language and region that you're targeting If you can't easily say the name, you're going to lose processing fluency, memorability, and the benefits of brandability that you've created. - Rand Fishkin - Moz


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