Your domain name (eg. CraigProctor.com) identifies your website. You will often see it proceeded by "www.", "http://", or both. (NOTE: The terms “domain name”, “website address”, or "URL" are often used interchangeably.)
Don’t underestimate the value of a good domain name. In order to convey a professional image to your clients and potential customers you need to have your own domain name for your email address and your website. (Some Internet service providers offer free websites to their customers, with resulting “sub-domain” names like www.aol.com/~johnsmith/index.htm. Don’t even consider these – sub-domains convey a very poor message to your potential clients — “This guy can’t even afford his own domain name, how is he going to effectively market my house?”)
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