3 Essentials to Web Creation - Part One

The term URL is used practically daily in today’s language. But what exactly does it mean?

Well, URL stands for “Uniform Resource Locator” and it means the same thing as "Web site address." When you open a browser, like Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, and type an address into the address bar, your Web browser will connect to that address and display web pages created by the owner.

Why is this essential to know?
You can’t have a web page, web site or online business without a web address. When you open your web browser, you need an address to type in there so you can actually go somewhere. That’s just the very first part, one of the essentials, of creating a web presence.

A domain name is a specific part of a web address--the part that (often) ends in .com or .org or .net.

Choosing a domain name is important when creating your web presence. Why? Your domain name will represent a big part of who you are on the web (referred to as your Brand). It will serve as the very first touch point between you and your customers. If you choose your domain name well, your customers will know how to find you or your product a lot easier!

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