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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a domain name?
A domain name is a little bit like an online version of a home address in real life. It’s how people can find your website.
You can simply enter a website address into the search bar on Google and the top search result should be the website that you are looking for.
imobilehost.com is a domain, just like Google.com, or Facebook.com. Ideally, domains should be registered under the same name as the website or brand.
How do I choose the best domain name for my website?
Choosing the best domains isn’t just about finding an available domain name. There are some standard best practices to keep in mind before you register a domain.
Length. Keep it short; 2-3 words is ideal.
Simple. Don’t use any lengthy or hard-to-spell words that make it hard for users.
Keywords. Add a keyword from your niche. For example, if you sell coffee beans in Seattle, try youtube.com
Avoid numbers. Numbers are hard to remember and make everything more complex.
Brand name. Register a domain with your brand name in it for maximum recognition.
Why do you need a domain name?
It is important to have domain names to help potential visitors find your website. Without assigned names for websites, we would only be able to access them by entering their IP address.
Since an IP address is a string of numbers like 87.249.281.92 it is obvious that it would be very hard to search for a site if we didn’t use domains to make things easier.
By adding keywords and brand names to domains, it is much easier for people to search for websites and find what they are looking for online.
What are TLD, ccTLD, and gTLD?
TLD stands for top-level domain. It is the final part of any domain like .com, .org, or .gov.
ccTLD stands for country-code top-level domains. It is a sub-category of TLDs that are used to identify a particular country. For example, .co.uk, .de, .mx, and .fr are all ccTLDs.
gTLD stands for generic top-level domain. gTLDs are the most common type of domain name. in part because this category includes .com domains – which have more registrations than all of the ccTLDs combined.
Historically, the main gTLDs were .com, .org, .net, .edu, .gov, and .mil, but the number of available gTLDs has been expanded with the result that there are now hundreds of available gTLDs including .online, .xyz, and .name.