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How can I choice my best domain name?

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How can I choice my best domain name?

How can I choose my best domain name for my website?
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Hi :)

Choosing a domain name is an important first stage in setting up your website, but at the same time, it's not something you need to spend hours agonizing over!

Ideally, your domain name should:

Be somewhat related to your topic. It doesn't necessarily need to include your keywords. If your topic was muscle building, a domain name like "" would be great. You could also go with something like "" or "". They're easily related to muscle building, but don't necessarily explicitly mention "muscles".

Have a .com TLD. The domain registrars give you a choice of .com, .net, .org, and so on, but in general, .com is still the best. The exception is if you are specifically targeting a local market, in which case you might want to go after a or a for example.

Not be too long. We recommend fewer than 20 characters, and fewer than 3 words. (eg, is 3 words)

Be easy to remember. Short and catchy domain names are better than long, generic domain names stuffed with keywords. (eg, is better than

Some useful tools to help you find a domain name include: -- a good tool for finding domain names that are available and contain one of your keywords. -- lets you mix and match words to find available domain names.

We recommend going to register your domain.
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While choosing a domain name you have to keep some things in mind like choosing .com, including keywords in the domain for easier identification, easy to spell and pronounce, short and unique. Avoid using double letters and hyphens.
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Your domain name is the key element of your website. It can make or break you, so it’s crucial to choose a domain name that works for your business.

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2. Using some creative & new domain name, not generic.
3. Use of Short Domain name.
4. Easy to type & pronounce domain name.
5. Avoid hyphen & number in the domain name.
6. Using Niche keyword that reflects the website.

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Make sure on these points before to choose a domain name-
Use .com, .org or .net (most popular ones)
Brandable over generic
Shorter is better
Easy to type
Easy to pronounce
Avoid hyphens and numbers
Consider using a keyword that reflects your website
Think long-term over a short term
Check if it’s not trademarked
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Stick with .com.
Use keywords in your domain name search.
Keep your domain name short.
Make it easy to pronounce and spell.
Keep it unique and brandable.
Avoid hyphens in domain name.
Avoid doubled letters.
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Search Title related to your niche and keep that short.
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When choosing a domain name, it's important to choose one that will more or less be able to show what your site is about, so that the user can immediately say whether it will be interested in visiting it or not. It is also important to make the name of your site memorable. If you come up with some long name or it will be difficult to pronounce - no one will remember it. And the more people know it and remember it - the more users will visit your site. Good luck with your site!
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To me, choosing a domain name is a difficult thing to do. That's why I always gave that choice to fate. Literally... To me, there's no way to do it faster and more reliably than to use a domain name generator. It may be a little silly and childish, but it's never failed me before. You can find generators like this on the net and completely free.
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Stick with .com.
Use keywords in your domain name search.
Keep your domain name short.
Make it easy to pronounce and spell.
Keep it unique and brandable.
Avoid hyphens in domain name.
Avoid doubled letters.
here is more about it plus depends what will be in your site , your ideas .good luck.
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Important factors of choosing a domain name:

1. Use .com, .org or .net (most popular ones)
2. Brandable over generic
3. Shorter is better
4. Easy to type
5. Easy to pronounce
6. Avoid hyphens and numbers
7. Consider using a keyword that reflects your website
8. Think long-term over short term
9. Check if it’s not trademarked
10. Use domain name generators when stuck
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Nice question, if I know the answer, it will help me a lot.
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