Get your domain name.
In this initial phase, (with just getting started online), you may have some of these questions:
- What web site address (also known as a domain/URL) should I register?
- Do the domains need keywords?
- What are the best domains?
- Where do I get web hosting?
- What’s the difference between web hosting and a domain name?
Forget all those questions for now.
Just go and get a domain name (A.K.A. a web site address).
It doesn’t even matter what you choose.
Just pick one (for now).
If you don’t know what domain you should get, or if the one you want is taken, then choose something else.
The MAJOR reason you are getting this domain is simply to learn the process of HOW to buy a domain.
And to get moving.
An object in motion tends to stay in motion.
An object at rest tends to stay at rest.
This isn’t some hypey pep-talk, it’s simple facts.
Go get your domain. Do it now.
If you get your domain through GoDaddy, use this link (if you want to)
That IS my affiliate link.
I will earn a small commission if you buy through that link.
If you don’t want to buy through my link, you can go directly to GoDaddy.
The link will give you a coupon code which will mean (depending on the promotion they’re running at the time) you’ll spend about $10-$14/year for the domain.
That’s a VERY inexpensive lesson to learn how to register a domain.
(Watch out for all of the upsells on GoDaddy’s site. They’re BRILLIANT at upsells. Video above will help.)
Go get your domain.
Do that first.
Then go on to: