By Arthur Orchid

There're many opportunities to begin your own home based business through the internet. This trend is sweeping the nation and some experts predicted that sixty percent of the work force will be working from their home within the next ten years. Many of the companies are multi-level dealerships and others are stand alone free businesses. Many companies encourage the new business owner to name their company.

When you'll start your own dealership and give your company a name to place on your business cards, you'll be asked from a webmaster, a consumer research specialist or even your tax consultant if you've already worked on registering your domain names. If you keep silent they'll assume you've no idea what registering domain names is all about. It's never too late for a brief explanation. When you name a company you can protect the name from anyone else using it by registering domain names with the state in which you live.

Even if it may seem not necessary to do this right now, many people have found that registering domain names can save them hassles in the future is someone else would use the same name. But please don't fall into schemes that charge money. Registering domain names is something that the business owner can do with the secretary of state’s office in the state you reside in. This can be done on line in most states, and involves filling out a form.

Some people on the internet will run ads claiming that they will register you business name for a nominal fee. People will give them the business information and then the person will go on line and register the name for free and pocket the money that they charge. Don't be the sheep between the wolves! There're many advertisements on the internet that make claims of registering domain names cheap, or for a nominal amount you can have the registration taken care of.

Note: As you can see there're always people trying to exploit your current ignorance in the technical aspects of the web. Do I have to specify I deeply hate such individuals?

In fact, registering domain names is free and easy to do, and you probably would have answered one of the ads and paid someone to do it for you. Every new business owner should be immediately informed about the lack of fees to register a domain name. You only pay a few bucks (less than $10 per year for a dot com domain name) to own that specific domain name. To avoid disasters, I strongly recommend you to use reminders from the softwares you prefer to alert you when there's only 3 - 2 and 1 month before your domain name expires. Before it expires, renew it for 12 months or more and that will be fine.

Finding the best domain name and carefully chosing the name of your company are topics I'll talk about here. Stay tuned if you're interested by Domain names and Business company names.

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