The most obvious choice would be the name of
your company, like Great Books could be www.greatbooks.com
If it is taken, then you have to get creative.
If those books are books on flowers maybe you would want www.flowerbooks.com.
You should also consider choosing a domain name that features
the keywords people will use in a search engine to find you.
The name can be up to 63 letters and may
contain numbers and dashes. The only valid characters
for a domain name are letters, numbers and a hyphen. Special
characters like the underscore (_) or an exclamation mark (!)
are NOT permitted. Domain names cannot contain spaces or begin
or end with a hyphen.
You will need an active e-mail account to register
a new domain name.
Domain names take several days to register
and transferring domains may take up to a week.
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is available. If it is, you may go to our secure
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Contact us about .info
and .us domains via e-mail
Here is a brief description of the InterNIC's
guidelines for top level domain names:
COM is for commercial, for-profit organizations
EDU is for 4-year, degree granting institutions
NET is for Internet-related businesses and organizations
ORG is usually reserved for non-profit organizations
INT is for organizations established by international treaties
GOV is for United States Federal Government Agencies
MIL is used by the US Military
US provides for the registration of all kinds of entities in
the United States on the basis of political geography