Infographic: How to Choose a Domain Name for Your Business?

 

how to choose domain nameHow to successfully choose a domain name for a business website? This is a question every single person with a business website has already asked. In fact there is no magic, however there are a few tips that will help you a lot during such tough moment. The domain name is much more than a simple title for your site, it will be your card, your reference on the web, just like your very own birth name. Thanks to Whoishostingthis.com we will now be able to learn a few tricks when choosing your business’ domain name.

One of the very first tips that you will learn is that your domain name as an advertisement tool will certainly make your life much easier and your business much more successful. Branded websites are a trustworthy source of information and also of products/ services. Remember that your domain name is not only all about your brand. It should be catchy, memorable and short as well. People will certainly not remember the name of your page if it looks more like a text than a title right?!

It is also important to keep in mind that the extension of your website also matters. As the preferred one comes .com domains. The sense of quality and also trust that the .com domains bring to the public is simply indescribable. Make sure you also pay attention to how your competitors are registering their sites. There is something cybersquatting where other people may register your domain name with other domain extensions in order to steal all of your traffic from you. Keep an eye out for these people.

As a last tip make sure you are creative! There is nothing more original than to be yourself! Your domain and website will certainly look much nicer! Regardless of your area you will certainly find the right domain name and extension!

 

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15 tools that the most successful entrepreneurs use [Infographic]

by Glen Dalakian II, September 1, 2013

For today’s entrepreneurs, finding the right management and marketing tools can be just as important as hiring the right team member.

In the below infographic, product recommendation platform ExpertCircleoffers up their favorite startups or apps that help startups with marketing, analytics, project management, sales, finance, and legal services. Each of the 15 tools they name are explained below the infographic.

In each category, the infographic offers a few interesting stats related to each tool category. For example, today 84% of companies predictably use more online marketing tools and 27% use more automated business solutions than they did 5 years ago.

79% of marketing leads never convert to real sales and often 50% of leads are qualified to purchase, but don’t feel it’s the right time. The infographic also identifies some common accounting mistakes as well as the most expensive and common legal challenges for individuals around the globe.

MailChimp is an online email marketing solution to manage contacts, send emails and track results. It also offers plug-ins for other programs.

Spy Fu lets you search for any domain and see every place they’ve shown up on Google: every keyword they’ve bought on Adwords, every organic rank, and every ad variation in the last 6 years.

HubSpot is an all-in-one marketing software solution for startups and companies that offers non-traditional marketing tools.

JIRA is a project tracker for teams planning, building, and launching great products.

UserTesting.com lets you “look over the shoulder” of people in your target audience while they use your website.

MixPanel is an advanced mobile and web analytics platform helping companies learn from their data.

Lead360, now Velocify, is a provider of cloud-based intelligent sales software for companies, designed for high-speed sales environments.

Highrise is an online personal assistant, Highrise is a collaboration-enabling platform that helps companies manage client correspondence and share contacts.

Bidsketch is a web app used by freelancers, consultants, and agencies to create professional looking proposals in minutes.

Expensify simply helps companies make “expense reports that don’t suck” to make reporting and accounting easier.

Wave accounting makes cloud-based, integrated software and tools for small businesses, including invoicing, accounting, payroll, payments and Personal Finance Software.

FreshBooks is a cloud accounting solution for small service-based businesses.

Trademarkia is a visual search engine for more than 6 million trademarked logos, names, and slogans on the Internet.

Legalzoom is an easy-to-use, online service that helped people create their own legal documents in the U.S.

The DocuSign Global Network connects companies to their customers, partners, suppliers and employees where they can transact business and review and sign contracts online quicker than with a paper contract.