Remember, it’s important to be careful when you go to register the domain name. After all, the domain name is your prospective clients/customers’ first impression of the website, you and your business. Thus, you need to consider four things about your domain name. A – Is the name relevant to your website’s content? B – Is the name easy for folks to remember (is it catchy or eye- grabbing)? C – Is the name short but descriptive? D – Does it have the proper extension to it (.net, .com or .org)? The domain name you choose will play a huge role in search engines. For instance, if somebody types in “big fast cars” using Google or Yahoo, the website that has a domain name that matches this phrase has a significant chance of appearing in the results. Users tend to choose websites that have URLs that are relevant to the phrase they’re looking for. Make sense? 1) You must choose what will be your domain registrar. The world’s number one domain registrar is GoDaddy.com. To begin, you’ll need to go to www.GoDaddy.com. This should take you to a page that allows you to look for domain names that are available for purchase. Bear in mind that you’re only looking for extensions that end in .com, .net or .org, as these tend to get the best ranking in the search engines. Once you get there your search box enquiry should look something like this: Type your desired url into the search box and see if it is available. 2) If the domain name you want is available, you’ll need to click the add button directly below and continue onto the registration. The website will ask you if you’d like to buy more extensions and list them for you to see or if the domain isn’t available it will list some other options for you to consider. And, unless you really want to, just click on the the one you want to add and continue on.