You love your new name but can’t have the domain. Now what?

When naming your company, you may come up with a great name but find that the .com domain is not for sale or beyond your budget. Don’t worry. That doesn’t mean you have to settle for the .net or .biz or a less appealing name. While owning the exact .com domain name is certainly preferred, it isn’t always necessary. You just have to modify or append the name for use as a domain.  Remember: most people will be finding your site through a web search, not by entering your URL.... Read The Rest →

dot-cor?

Today the suffix dot-com seems the most obvious and natural one in the world for business domains, and is attached to roughly 100 million websites. But it was not always thus. Check out this interesting article about how the most ubiquitous suffix on the Internet was almost dot-cor.

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