If you’re launching a company for the first time, or you’ve been trading for a few months now, there’s a good chance you haven’t given much thought to an exit strategy. The chances are you’re too busy planning a successful future to worry about what happens when it all comes to an end.
Advertising is the cornerstone of a startup business that contributes to its success and survival. Many startup businesses fail not because consumers did not like their products, but because they were unaware of their existence. A business may have industry-transforming products and services that exceed customers’ expectations, but are futile without advertising. Therefore, a startup has to employ advertising to announce its existence to consumers.
Regardless of the size of your business, you need a website that is fully functional. You not only need a website that is good looking, but it’s also important to ensure the site works for your business to attract new clients and help you to grow. To achieve this, you have to understand how to use your website as a tool to expand your business. Here are few suggestions you would find useful if you want to grow your business through your website.
Choosing the domain name is an important step in the early stages of any type of website or blog, but it can be a big challenge with so many domains already registered. Personally, I really struggle to come up with possible domain names for my sites, and I know I am not alone.
One of my go-to resources over the past several years has been this list of domain name prefixes and suffixes compiled by Daniel Scocco. I’ve used this list to brainstorm possibilities for many different sites and over the years I have added many other words to create my own list that I also use. Daniel’s list was published almost 9 years ago, and so I decided to publish my own list of domain name suffixes and prefixes in this post.