Do you have your own domain?

I took my time building a website that was free so I figured I would be able to use it along with this site while struggling to get sales and traffic. The other site was so beautiful and I loved it. Someone contacted me to let me know it was not good for me. he explained in detail but of course I am not that computer savvy to know how to say that stuff here.

Seo has something to do with it. But I tried to get a domain but it was not possible to get the _ in my name. I was wondering are you making it here without a domain name? I don’t like having to charge so much in these struggling times. I made two sales on the new site the day I was listed live. Thank you here is the site I was told was not good for me.

https://www.facebook.com/ueniltd/

asked about 1 month ago

5 Answers

This is an official Bonanza response.

Hello

Welcome to the Community!

Here are a few basic concepts about domains, and how they’re managed on Bonanza.

What’s a domain?
A domain, or domain name, is the address (or URL) that people will use to visit your website on the Internet. It appears in the address bar of the web browser (for example, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari.)

You can buy a custom domain name through Bonanza, or, if you already own a domain through a third-party provider, you can use it for your Webstore. Here is a couple of Help pages we believe will help,

“Understanding Domains on Bonanza”
https://support.bonanza.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000687992-Understanding-Domains-on-Bonanza

“Purchasing a Webstore domain through Bonanza”
https://support.bonanza.com/hc/en-us/articles/360023205172-Purchasing-a-Webstore-domain-through-Bonanza

If you need additional support please email our support team and we will be glad to assist you further. Contact us at [email protected]
Thank you and Happy Selling!
Kind Regards

Wanda T.
Happiness Producer
Bonanza Support Team

answered about 1 month ago

A custom domain is a unique branded name that identifies a website. We use them every day to navigate around the web; you probably have many of your favorites memorized or bookmarked. But computers don’t understand domain names the way people do.
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answered about 1 month ago

Messner
Reputation: 16

I hand built my own website using HTML coding alone. If someone says your website is not good for you they are just trying to dissuade you from going alone and to use their services. I don’t care if someone tries to point stuff out to me in detail, I usually just ignore them and keep going. I use Bonanza to promote my stuff to Google Shopping, and nothing else. If you love your domain keep it going.

answered about 1 month ago

Having your own domain name is a big deal. If you don’t have one I would advise that you should consider getting it. A domain name gives you the ownership right. I used to provide assignment help and I had to go through the whole big process just to own my domain. It is important for business. Best of luck!!
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answered about 1 month ago

lewisKIN
Reputation: 12

As far as my opinion is concerned, I would prefer to have my own domain name and website, as it has many benefits. I first started the same as you are doing, but now I have my own website. You can check it out here https://carpetcleanerpicks.com to get an idea.

answered 23 days ago

Jack_Jenkins
Reputation: 12
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