An online devotional for writers
Choose a good reputation over great riches; being held in high esteem is better than silver or gold. (Proverbs 22:1, NLT)
In Bible times, parents often waited a year or more to name a baby.
Time revealed a child’s temperament. Parents observed a child to gain insights into his nature before choosing what to call him. A child’s name reflected an element of his character or destiny.
A name, in those days, became synonymous with an individual’s reputation.
Just as a child’s main character traits helped to determine his name, your website’s niche and focus can help you choose your domain name.
You’ll have more effective website content when you start with a clear, creative name that defines your site’s purpose.
The key is to include keywords that define your content. Ask these questions:
Just as ancient parents discerned insights into a child’s character before choosing a name, you can too.
Discern your content’s focus. Choose keywords in that niche. Start with them to select a domain name. Effective website content will follow.
A compelling domain name uses keywords to define your site content.
I want to write effective website content. You’ve showed me the value with starting with a name the speaks to my specific niche and my audience. Help me uncover keywords that fit and arrange them creatively for a compelling domain name.
In Jesus’s name, Amen.
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