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Website Name: Does It Really Matter?

Yes your website name is a very important part of your website and your search engine optimization.

Many business owners think of the website design first before the website name and most of the time they’ll use their company’s name, but this can go against your search engine optimization, watch the video below and I’ll explain why:

It makes sense right? I mean, you can name your website your company’s name all you want but if you’re NOT going to get traffic and rank in the search engine then it’s not good and what’s the use of having a business website?

So before you even think of what your website design is gonna be you should do your keyword research for your business and incorporate some of those keywords to your website name.

Well I hope this helps you and I hope that you put what you’ve learned into action so you too can get more customers. Also please, please spread the word and share this idea with someone who needs more customers.

BTW: If you have any questions about “building an effective and powerful web presence” or if you want me to do this for your business, Please give me a call 702-430-1649. Let me know what you think guys, please comment below and please don’t be shy 😀 Take care and love you guys.

Till Next Time and God Bless You!

Albert Hallado

4 Responses to Website Name: Does It Really Matter?

  • Alex says:

    So what do you do Albert when a business already has a blog on a domain name that makes no sense? And with little content?
    Start again or explain that step by step a new content strategy has to turn the blog around over a few months?

  • Hi Alex,

    Great question Bro. Yeah! if the blog has little content I would probably start a fresh one and get a domain that is relevant or with a keyword then recycle your content from the old blog.

    Sometimes it’s easy just to start from scratch rather than to redo an old blog. Again great question Alex also I appreciate you for stopping by, Take care!

    God bless you and yours,



  • Duane Hope says:

    You hit the nail right on the head sir!
    A business name should always be wrapped around a major keyword (keywords or keyword phrases) that people are using to search with in that market.
    And at the same time it should describe “what you do” while conveying the “biggest benefit” (not feature) that you offer….
    Here’s an example:
    “Simple Page Templates” describes “what you do” and…..
    “Simple” conveys the BIGGEST BENEFIT….
    Awesome post Albert!
    Duane Hope

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