Before registering a domain we should select a domain name as per our wish. Domain Name is a lens to identify your business. It should be recognizable & related to your business name, brand, and products when users search the internet for a particular product, rather than business name. To increase the chances of having your website found, register extra domain names that relate to your business or services.

A domain name is also derived as the door of the business. If you don’t have a domain name it can’t take part in the internet world, and it can be reachable only to less visitors. To take part in the web world or World Wide Web first select a domain name and register it to wander in the web world.

The Following Were Some Important Keywords to Frame a Domain Name

  • You can use characters 0-9, a-z and hyphen (-) can also be used in between, but a domain name should not starts or end with hyphen
  • Capital letters can also be used for the convenience.
  • Use short and simple domain names.
  • Use the name related to your product or business.
  • Use right keywords to increase your search engine rank position.

We JAYAM WEB SOLUTIONS will guide you to select your suitable domain name and register it accordingly

Domain Registration Procedure

  • Basically domain registration is done within 24 hrs of the receipt of payment, but it would take 1-2days to show up in the WHOIS database.
  • Once a domain name is registered it cannot be taken over by another.
  • Domain registration is done on a First-come-first-serve basis.
  • Jayam web solutions provide cheapest domain registration with many other special features.

Basic Tips for Domain Registration

  • If possible use your sites name as the basis of your domain name
  • Generic Names – if you can register a generic domain that’s great, but most of these have already gone. Also getting ranked in the search engines is likely to be harder. Selected a domain closer to your market segment will cut down the competition
  • Hyphenated Names – It’s easy to forget the hyphen. Which is the problem, particularly if your customer remembers your name but not you’re URL. Though on a positive note hyphenated names are less likely to be registered already.
  • If the .com or extension is not available then consider the alternative TLD ( Top level domain types) such as .net or .biz. If your domain name has already been registered then approach the owner and ask if they’ll sell.
  • Plurals- Very often a domain name will be free in the plural but not in the singular form. It’s a personal choice, but if your preferred choice of domain name is not available you might be stuck.
  • Short or Long domains – A short domain name is more memorable, but less likely to be available. A longer domain is harder to remember, but can contain more keywords which are important as some of the search engines, use keywords in a domain name as part of the search algorithm.
  • Variations – If your preferred domain name is not available then it’s always worth trying a prefix