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Choosing a domain name
It’s essential that you pick the correct domain name for your web site, talk to us and we may be able help with your choice. Selecting the right extension for your web site is also important.
To see if your domain name is available email us stating the domain name and the required extension.
Prices/Domain Names Available
There are a wide range of domain name available, see below for a full list with prices. Please note the minimum registration time is two years, discounts are available for longer terms.
We can offer help and advice on transferring your domain away from your current provider and over to us. If for any reason you wanted to transfer your domain name away from us to another ISP we will offer full assistance and there is no charge.
Recall How easy is it to recall the name? Try testing your preferred choice of friends and colleagues before purchasing the name.
Aesthetics How does the name look, how will it look on business cards and company literature?
Impressions We all know that first impressions can be crucial so choose your domain name carefully.
Keywords Does you domain name include keywords which the search engines will pick up.
Length In general when picking a name, less is more. In other words; a short name is preferable to a long one.
If your company name is Carls Garage but your first choice carlsgarage.co.uk has already been bought, then the following variations are still relevant to your business.
By applying some creativity, you may think of an alternative that is better than your original first choice
A domain name address must begin and end with a letter or a number.
Punctuation characters may not be placed together.
Domain names are NOT case sensitive, so most just use lower case letters.
Domain names must be less than 63 characters in length. This limit of 63 includes characters such as .com.
No spaces or other characters are allowed
Two character domain names can only be registered if they are the registered trademark of that company.
Advice to remember:
We recommend you use a domain name that is a maximum of around 20 characters
Using a nought is obviously allowed although it may get confused with the letter O.
As the use of spaces is not allowed, if you really want to separate words, use the dash –