Spell Words Properly
It is usually not a good idea to use incorrectly spelled words in your domain name, even if you’ve done that to create a clever business name. The exception to this rule is if you have secured both the correctly spelled and incorrectly spelled URLs. You’ll want to make sure you use proper redirects to send visitors from the correctly spelled URL to your main (misspelled) address.
Here is a quick example. Without using a search engine, find a website which would be verbalized as “On Site Graphics.” Where did you end up? Did you find onsitegrafix.com? Most people probably won’t, which clearly demonstrates why you want to use proper spellings of words in your domain, at the very least as a redirect to your real domain.
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