Written by Olivia Watson
Your domain name is essentially where you live online—and in order for people to find you easily, your online address needs to be clear, descriptive, and available. Domain registration prices vary depending on factors such as which domain registrar you choose, your domain extension, and whether someone else has already registered the name before you.
Online portfolios can include examples of your work, a resume, a summary of your qualifications and skills, audio and video, and much more, depending on your field. Regardless of the mediums you work with, your online portfolio will give more people access to your creative work and a stronger sense of who you are.
A domain transfer is the process of moving your domain name between companies that provide domain registration and management services, which are called domain registrars. For instance, you may have finally purchased the perfect domain name for your business, but aren’t satisfied with the quality of service you’re receiving from the registrar. Transferring your domain to a different registrar is a simple and quick process, but it’s important to consider a few factors first.
Choosing a domain name is important, but what you might not know is that choosing multiple domain names is key to maximizing your marketing strategy and getting the most out of your business’ web presence.
What is cloud-based web hosting? What are the advantages—and drawbacks—of cloud web hosting? Is it difficult to transition to cloud hosting? Is cloud hosting the right choice for my website?
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