Are you looking to launch a business website? Here are five easy ways to help you find and get the rights for an efficient domain name.
You can start by coming up with a list of potential URL names for your business. Make sure you expand your options. You need to have a list of backup names, just in case the one you have chosen isn’t available anymore. Then, see whether your chosen URL is already registered with services like NetworkSolutions.com, DomainTools.com and GoDaddy.com.
If someone or a company has already registered that name, then you can go to WhoIs.net to check whatever information is available for that domain name. You can learn more about the owner of the URL with this site.
Use your very own email account to get in touch with the owner. Most sellers expect businesses to pay more money rather than an individual for URLs.
Pricing can be tough. Here is a good rule that you should remember: Do not pay more than five thousand dollars for a URL name. Domain names with commercial appeal will definitely cost more.
Hang in there tight. For the industry to replenish the supply of ICANN and URLS, governing bodies of domain names usually plan many industry related suffixes.