Domain-based design is a great way to bring a website’s identity to life and make it relevant to new audiences.
Here’s how you can make it happen.
1 / 3 GETTING STARTED Domain-driven design is more than a simple rebranding exercise.
It’s a way of building a brand with a domain that represents the product or service being sold.
Domain-specific domains are great for making websites relevant to specific users, while domain-specific domain management tools such as DSCO (Domain Name System) and Domain Name Service (DNS) are great tools for making it easy for people to discover your brand and business.
Start with a Domain-Driven Design template and learn how to apply domain-based tools to build your website.
Domain Name Domain Name: your website’s name, including any additional branding.
A domain name is a unique, short name, often found on a website address, that you can use to identify your business, including its name.
Domain name authority (DCA) is a type of domain name registrar that maintains a list of all the domain names in existence.
In the United States, DCA records all the major domain names for a company.
For example, your company name is registered with the DCA.
When a company is registered in the United Kingdom, a company name must be registered with DCA first.
The name of a company’s website is a trademark, but it’s also the name of its most important asset: the product it sells.
Learn more about DCA in our domain name guide.
The first step to domain-driven branding is to create a logo.
You’ll create a domain logo using an existing logo template that’s already in place.
The logo template is available in the free Word file templates section of the Design Tools section of your website domain name manager.
After you create a brand logo, you’ll create the name for your domain.
You can create a unique name that stands out among your competitors’ domains, or you can create the common name for a domain, which is a name that’s similar to your company’s name.
In this case, you can also create a generic generic name that matches your company and will help you stand out from the competition.
The domain name can also be shortened to domain, domain-name, domain.com, or domain.org.
Learn about other domain name formats.
The shortening of your domain name to domain.edu is also an easy way to create your brand.
Your domain name will also be the domain name for the company.
The last step is to make sure your domain is registered and available for public domain registration.
For a brief history of the registration process, check out our guide to getting your domain in the public domain.
Domain Organization Domain Organization: your company website, including all its resources, including email, social media, and other information.
This section of domain management includes the main website domain, the internal site domain, and the domain extension.
Domain extension: the extension to your website that is used for hosting your website content.
Example domain-extension:www.company.*.com If your website has several domain extensions, such as “.com” and “.org,” the extension is the one that is most relevant to your domain’s domain name.
For more information on domain extensions and how to use them, check the “Domain Extensions” section of our domain management guide.
If you use domain-related services, such for hosting and payment processing, this section is the most relevant.
You may use a combination of domain extension and domain name, such that you’ll have two or more domain extensions for your website, such a .com and .org.
If your domain includes an extension such as .net, .edu, .com.org, or .com, the domain-level extension is most important for your business’s domain.
For this reason, it’s best to create the domain using the .net extension and not the .org extension.
When you’re ready to create and name your website with domain-domain, you need to create an application that you will be able to use to access your domain from your website and use it to make requests for your customers and/or your brand’s services.
Learn how to create domain-centric applications.
Domain Access Domain Access: your application’s access to your account.
Exampledomain.com or domain-access.com domain-account.com A domain-enabled application is one that allows a domain user to have complete control over all aspects of your application.
This includes the use of the website domain and the email address you use to communicate with your customers.
For most applications, the application will allow you to add domain-only services, which are limited to your current domain.
If, however, your domain-wide applications include other applications that are not domain-aware, you may need to extend the application to include those applications.
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