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Five essential steps following the registration of a domain name

Five essential steps following the registration of a domain name


Domain registration is the first and perhaps the most natural step you should take when building your online presence. Here are some crucial steps you should take into account after the registration of the domain:

1.Synchronize your domain with your hosting account

When you buy a domain, you already have a name for your website. The domain choice depends on the nature of your business and on the extension that you will choose (.com, .net or another). The company where you register your domain will most probably offer you hosting services as well. Namely, the hosting service will allow you to place all the files from your website on an infrastructure that consists of powerful and expensive equipment (server). It ensures that your site will work seamlessly, will load quickly and will be online over 99% of the time.

It is just necessary to redirect your domain to the already selected hosting so that it is possible for the user to open your site when he writes the domain name in his browser.

Conclusion: The right choice of domain name and appropriate hosting service are critical for the successful development of your online business.

2.Create an e-mail with the new domain name

Creating an e-mail with the new domain will bring you many benefits. Create one or more mailboxes in your hosting account to communicate with your customers and users. The communication will look much more professional if you use an e-mail address like office@yourbusiness.bg, instead of office-yourbusiness@gmail.com, for example. With most of the hosting plans, you have an opportunity to create an unlimited number of mailboxes and to determine how much disk space to allocate for each of them.

Conclusion: E-mail with your own domain name will make your business look much more professional.

3.Social network profiles with the domain name

Over 2.5 billion people worldwide use social networks, and for you, as a business, there is no excuse for an absence from these platforms. Create your profiles there even if your strategy does not include contacting users through Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and other social networks. To make it easier for your followers and customers to find you, it is a good idea to create a page and a profile of your business on all platforms and to put a link to your website as well. Even if you never use these profiles, you will be sure that nobody will take advantage by using your brand identity on the Web.

Conclusion: Profiles in social networks are a source of valuable traffic to your website.

4.Add a subdomain to your main domain

With most of the hosting plans, you can register an unlimited number of subdomains. These subdomains will help you to easily guide your users to that page on your website that they are looking for. For example, if you decide to add a blog to your website, you can do it with subdomain- blog.mysite.com.

Conclusion: Using subdomains would allow you to easily guide your users to a given page on your website

5.Start building your website

Once you have your own domain and hosting, it is time to build your new website. In many cases, the most appropriate solution is WordPress platform- the most popular content management system, which accounts for nearly 2/3 of all websites around the world. Thanks to its variety of templates and plug-ins, WordPress is suitable for building different sites such as blogs, company websites, etc. HostPulse offers to its customers a very useful tool that allows them to manage their WordPress site easily - WordPress Management. If your business is dealing with e-commerce then WooCommerce, Shopify, OpenCart, and others will give you the ready solutions that you need.

If you аre done with these five steps, keep in mind that they are just the first to a successful online business. You still have a lot of work to do to develop and optimize your new website.

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