How Much Should You Pay For A UK Domain Name?
Not all domain names are created equal.
That's the first thing you have to get your head around. Just because a new domain name can be registered for a few pounds doesn't mean that you will be able to buy any domain name for a few pounds. But how much should you pay for that domain name you want for your startup or established business? more
How Do You Increase Your Turnover By 60% In Just One Move? Change Your Domain Name.With a turnover of $60 million, Shaun McGowan’s Australian car loan business, Beep.com.au, was certainly no slouch. But five months later it was turning over $100 million thanks to one simple change. Shaun bought the domain name, CarLoans.com.au. more
One To Watch - The Shorter .uk Domain NameFour in five people in the UK have a preference for websites ending in .uk so it's hardly surprising that the vast majority of UK businesses use UK domain names. By far the most popular choice currently is a .co.uk domain name, but don't underestimate the future of the new shorter .uk domain name. more
Choosing The Best Domain Name For A British BusinessHere in the UK we are conditioned into using .co.uk domain names. That's why we default to ebay.co.uk and not ebay.com, amazon.co.uk and not amazon.com, and so on. Nominet research consistently shows that more than 80% of British internet users prefer to use a .co.uk website over a .com or other extension when buying goods and services so choosing a .co.uk for your UK business is a total no-brainer. more
Domain Names - The Marketing Spend That Keeps On Giving
Place an ad in your local newspaper, and you’ll have to do the same again next week. Start a Google Adwords Pay Per Click (PPC) campaign, and as soon as you stop spending, the traffic to your website stops too. A domain name isn’t like that. Properly deployed, it will increase traffic to your website, reduce marketing costs both offline and online, and boost profits. 24/7, 365 days a year. more
The Demise Of .gb.com And Why UK Businesses Should Avoid Pseudo Domain NamesThis month we received an email from a business owner whose website and email accounts disappeared overnight. Not good news for any business. Our first thought was that she had simply not renewed her domain name, but that wasn't the case. Instead, her chosen domain name extension - .gb.com - had ceased to exist. more
Startup? Leap-frog The Established Competition With A Great Domain Name!If you are a business startup looking for a competitive advantage from day one, think very carefully about your choice of domain name. The fact that the best ones have been registered years ago may make you go down the road of a made-up "brandable" word for a domain name, something that you can register for a few pounds, but that's often false economy. more
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