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    Hi,
    i think use short name of your domain.


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    Setting up a 301 redirect will redirect everything to the new one. Alon with sending users to the correct page, this also tells the search engines that the page is permanently moved to the other. Through this all record of the URL has been updated.


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    Domain name plays an important role in the online presence of the business. It should be easy to understand and descriptive, also it will helpful for SEO perspective too.


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    Don't Change Your Domain. And while we're at it, don't go casually renaming any website URLs or directories either.
    Okay, okay.
    301 Redirects .
    XML Sitemaps.
    Placeholder Site.
    Webmaster Tools.
    “Change of Address” Feature.
    Update Your Existing Links.


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    8 Recommendations for a Domain Name Change
    Don't Change Your Domain. And while we're at it, don't go casually renaming any website URLs or directories either. ...
    Okay, okay.
    301 Redirects
    XML Sitemaps
    Placeholder Site
    Webmaster Tools.
    “Change of Address” Feature.
    Update Your Existing Links.


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    There are a few steps on the subject of changing your area call on Domain.Com: Log in to your Domain.Com, web hosting account. Go to the Domain Control Panel settings. Click on the Website Builder Icon. Right subsequent to the Domain name you wish to change, click on on Options. A menu will drop down, click on on Change Domain.It isn't viable to exchange your domain, after it has been registered. ... We are glad to advice you approximately the best way to proceed and to guide you thru the ...


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    Thanks for sharing useful information.


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    Buy your new area early.
    Tell people you are converting your area.
    Create a sitemap of your antique web site.
    Do a content material audit.
    Set up 301 redirects.
    Update Google Webmaster.
    Update Google Analytics.
    Keep the antique site stay for a little even as.


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    Log in to your Domain.com, hosting account.
    Go to the Domain Control Panel settings.
    Click on the Website Builder Icon.
    Right next to the Domain name you wish to change, click on Options.
    A menu will drop down, click on Change Domain.


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