Three ways to use a domain name for business today

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Registering a domain name is one of the first steps to starting a new business. That’s because whatever name is chosen will represent the business’s space on the internet — and, possibly, a customer’s first impression of the company.
But once you have that domain name, what do you do? Don’t stress over building an online space. Start using a domain name right away. Here are three ways to do it.
Set up a company-branded email address
The web address can also be used as an email address. A company-branded email address can give you and your employees a more professional-looking branded channel for communication with customers, as well as free marketing for your company. In a 2015 survey, 74 percent of consumers said they would trust a company-branded email address more than a free email address. It’s easy and cost-effective to set up, too. The provider you use to register your domain name can most likely help you set

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How long does reputation management take?

Just about the first thing that a potential reputation management client will ask when considering asking someone to clean up their name in the search results is: “How long will it take?” This is unfortunately not easy to answer.
Deploying content and changes to displace something negative in Google and Bing is complicated, involving literally thousands of variables, and it typically requires development over a period of time. Read on to get an idea of how long it takes.
In some ways, the question, “How long does reputation repair take before it is successful?” used to be a little easier to estimate. In my opinion, Google used to be less sophisticated and more consistent across similar types of search terms.
We also had a little more quantitative information about websites and web pages in the search results, via the Browser PageRank Toolbar, which used to provide us with a rough numerical score of the PageRank value of web pages.
Using that

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