10 Reasons Why You Need a .Homes Domain

HDC_DotHomes_Infographic_Blog_2750_1200x600Open new doors for your business and reach clients like never before with a personalized .Homes domain name. Choose whether you want to relaunch your website with a new domain name that shows buyers and sellers that you mean business or drive traffic to a great new marketing campaign or sales event’s landing page to capture more leads.

Only verified members of the real estate community can register a .Homes domain name, so however you use your domain name, site visitors can rest assured that they are going to a safe and relevant real estate website. Take a look at how others have enhanced their business with a new domain extension and then head over to Register.Homes to claim your domain name! Continue reading

Choosing a Not-Com Domain Name to Set Your Business Apart

Dothomes_Blog_2728_1200x600In the early days of the internet, IP addresses—long strings of numbers separated by periods—were used to identify websites. As more and more people took to the internet, a simpler, easier method of finding a website was designed: domain names. When the first domain names were released around 1985, website owners could choose from .com, .net, and .org.

Since that time, those top-level domain extensions have remained popular, making it hard for new businesses to find great, unclaimed domain names. Luckily, recognizing the continually growing demand for domain names, new possibilities were (and continue to be) introduced. Businesses can now choose one of the original .com, .net, or .org domain extensions or one of the newer ones which include but aren’t limited to .site, .biz, .blog, .services, .ltd, .online, .town, and (perfect for the real estate industry) .homes. Continue reading

Register Your .Homes Domain Name Before It’s Gone

HDC-Homes-Domains-Blog-v2-2463A few weeks back, I decided to start a website. I knew what I wanted it to be about and had a great idea for a domain name, so I got online, went to purchase my domain, and found that someone got to it before me. I tried about a dozen variations of my domain name, and before you know it, I was searching for domains so twisted around my original idea that no one in their right mind would want to use them. I eventually registered a name that would work, but I learned a valuable lesson—it’s hard to find a great, unclaimed .com domain name. Continue reading