Choosing a good domain name isn’t as hard as it’s been made out to be. Here’s a question on that topic that just hit my email inbox along with my reply:
Different programs will tell me that in order to find a good domain name I should try to acquire one that’s at least six months old so it doesn’t get passed over by a search engine. I always thought that a domain name was something I had to invent to reflect either my name or the name of a product I wanted to promote. Can you enlighten me here?
Thanks for your time.
Relax – very little of the overall odds of success rely on your ability to pick a good domain name up front.
Chapter 7 & Chapter 20 from my “101 Free Marketing” book cover this topic in depth, but here are the general guidelines:
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