Choosing a domain
A domain name is your address on the internet. You own that space and as a business, use it to promote and/or sell your services and products to customers. Your domain name tells people where to find you online, so they can search for your goods and services.
Your domain name is a crucial part of your online business. A good name could be the difference between becoming a known brand online or being lost in the vast ocean of websites on the internet. Not only is it your online address, but it also reflects who you are as a business and your brand.
This guide takes you through the process of choosing your domain name. We outline why it is important to secure the domain name that best fits and describes your business. At the end, you should have all the tools to brainstorm domain names and know how to register one.
How to get an accurate website quote
This e-book guides you through the questions you need to ask to get the best website for your business at the right cost. It also contains a template and cost outline for the developer to complete. This means that when you receive quotes, you will be able to compare information and decide which one best meets your needs.
Did you know that online sales are rising 10 TIMES FASTER than traditional face-to-face sales? This makes it vital for your business to stand out and be in the same online space as your customers and potential customers. People should be able to buy your products easily, and you want them to be impressed by your services. For this to happen, a well-designed website is crucial. It can help to increase your revenue, attract new customers and market your business.
Website costs for SMEs in Ireland: How much should you pay?
So how can an SME in Ireland decide on the right amount to spend on developing a website? It will of course, depend on the size and nature of your business, as well as the sophistication of the website itself in terms of the technical elements needed. It also depends on how the website is positioned in terms of your overall marketing strategy.
In this e-book, we take a closer look at the costs involved, and how to make the most of your budget when developing a new website. Our advice is broken down into practical and manageable tasks, showing you what you need to consider when going through the process.
We profile four typical Irish business scenarios for:
- Start-up (1 part time staff)
- Micro business (less than 3 employees)
- Small business (less than 5 employees)
- Medium-sized business (up to 20 employees)
For additional reading to help with your online presence, check out our blog.