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Laurie Neumann

Good post. One other thing you want to consider when choosing a name is what keywords you are going to try to rank in the search engines for.

Many times, other website owners will link to your site using your url as the words to link to. So, in order for this to be favorable to your search engine ranking, you want your keywords in the domain name you choose.

Laurie Neumann

Many people don't see naming their business as one of the most important marketing tools they will use, but it is.

Your name should clearly convey what your business is all about. It should be easy to spell and remember.

Some like catchy business names, which is fine, as long as it meets the criteria above.

Give your business name a lot of thought. Hopefully, you will have it for a long time, so you want to give thought in the beginning to come up with one that will bring you business for years to come.

Staci Burruel

Remember rule number 1 though: choose a name that can easily be remembered! And using a name that defies some of these rules works too. Just remember not to violate any prior trade marks or rights by other businesses.

Anne Shaw

Nice sharing. Keyword rich title will be the best. So go for this, it will work.

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