What are the Benefits of Owning a Domain Name?
Like any trade name, logo, or brand name,
your domain name represents a part of your business identity - something
customers and business associates can recognize, remember, and positively
associate with your services or products. Registering your domain name will
at very least prevent someone else from using it. More important,
however, is that with your own use on the Internet it becomes a constant
With your own domain name, access on the World
Wide Web becomes a simple matter of entering Yourname.com.
No one has to write it down, they remember it.
- Similarly, every Email message affirms your name as your address becomes
firstname.lastname@example.org. - simple, elegant, and much more effective than
Also, by doing business under
your own domain name, a good service provider can offer you multiple Email
"aliases," all going to a single or multiple parties. They can
even be forwarded to people outside your physical location.
- Sound complicated and expensive? It's not really. Shop Alberta can host
your site - www.yourname.com - with the above features starting at $29.95
per month .
Finally....ITS PORTABLE! If you've ever had to
change your service provider, or even move your physical business address, you
won't have to be reminded of what an incredible hassle it can be to notify
everyone. Remember, without your own domain name, your Internet address is
tied to that of your service provider. Thus, if you want to change providers
you also change your Web address and probably Email address as well. Consider
for a moment: Are your ready to print new cards, brochures, etc., or contact
all your clients, suppliers, business associates, etc. of your new address?
Can you even remember them or reach them if you want to? And, every day you're
in business the list gets longer. Your own domain name lets you avoid all
that, giving you a permanent Internet address. You can change your service
providers every month if you want, and your address will always remain yourname.com.
Companies are realizing the true market potential of the
Internet, and are often disappointed to find their Domain Name has already
been taken by another company.
A domain name is your unique address that identifies a computer to the
rest of the Internet. Think of it like this. It is a permanent name for your
machine, no matter where you work, where your job takes you, or what system
you have 20 years down the road.
If you are a business owner or intending to start a new business and you
want to protect your name on the electronic frontier, or just love to be on
the cutting edge YOU NEED a domain name!
Why? They are Unique.
Internet Domain Names are a rapidly diminishing
commodity. When they're gone... They're GONE.
Domain Names are
allocated on a First Come, First Serve
basis. The most popular and easily remembered Domain Names are being taken
everyday by prudent businessmen and aggressive businesses. The longer you wait,
the less likely that you will get the Domain Name of your choice!
They are Necessary! The Internet Domain Name has become a vital part of creating
your corporate identity. 21st century business will demand Domain Names to stay
Alive. It will become your world wide identification name for any
company or client to contact you. Can you imagine trying to do business today
with out a Fax machine? There are no "small" companies on the
Internet, everyone has the same appearance.
They are Expandable Any E-mail addressed at your Domain Name can be forwarded to
your current E-mail account for your convince. This allows you to incorporate
your domain name into your printed material (business cards, brochures, etc.)
starting now. You can also do visa-versa, where multiple e-mail addresses can be
assigned to you, such as:
Domain Names Are Disappearing at lightning speed. There
is a current backlog of 10,000 registrations per
week. By registering today, You'll have the best chance of getting the name you
want.Unless of course,
you think your Domain Name is protected on-line?
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