Is it wise to have long domains?
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When it comes to choosing domains I was always taught that the best thing to do would be to choose something small and easy to remember so that if your site does hit the 'big time' visitors will not have a hard time remembering your url to give to others and use themselves.

Have you ever known someone to use a long domain name or done it yourself? If you have how did it work out? Would you consider using a long domain name?
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I have always been against long domain names simply because long domain names are harder to remember. I always like for people to remember my domain name if they plan to come back and it being long it an easy way for them to either forget it or get it wrong.
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(02-16-2016, 04:12 PM)Shortie861 Wrote: When it comes to choosing domains I was always taught that the best thing to do would be to choose something small and easy to remember so that if your site does hit the 'big time' visitors will not have a hard time remembering your url to give to others and use themselves.

Have you ever known someone to use a long domain name or done it yourself? If you have how did it work out? Would you consider using a long domain name?

 I would suggest you go with short domains because long domains are difficult to remember and it is always advisable to register a domain within 255 octets. The short domain enable user remember it for long time
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