Domain Name Facts You Should Know (Infographic)

by | Mar 18, 2019 | Resources

Choosing the right domain name for your online project is an extremely important first step towards a successful online presence. It is, in many ways, akin to your logo, as it forms a core piece of your branding. The informed folks at Hosting Tribunal deal with this topic frequently, and have produced an interesting infographic to help answer some of the more common questions related to domains.

Pieter Vorster

Picking a domain name is one of the first steps of setting up a website. And once you register a domain name, you can do little to alter it. If you think you’ve made a wrong choice, all you can do is register another one.

It, therefore, pays off to pick the right domain name right away. The useful infographic that follows can help you better understand domain names before choosing one of your own.

You might wonder why domain names matter so much. Can’t you pick any domain name that comes to your mind?

Sure you could – not all of the 5,000 domains that appear every hour are top-notch . Because there’s more to picking an effective domain name than just mashing several letter together.

There are numerous benefits to a good domain name, and we’ll list a few major ones:

  1. The first benefit is that a good domain name attracts visitors to your site. If you have a catchy domain name, users are more likely to click on your site to see what it’s about.
  2. Also, a catchy domain makes them come back. If your domain name is memorable, it’ll stick with users and they’ll be more likely to find your site again.
  3. Another thing a good domain name does is project credibility. If you pick a professional domain name, users automatically have more confidence in whatever your website is about.

Those are the top three advantages of domain names. To find out how to pick a domain name that gets you all these benefits and more, check out the comprehensive domain name infographic below.

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