Thursday, August 27, 2015
Brainstorm a list of 5 to 10 possible domain names related to the focus of your micro website.
Decide on a domain name from your list. This is the official address of your website, such as eHow.com. A micro website must be tightly focused on one single product or idea, and the domain name should reflect that focus.
Type in the name of your favorite domain registrar into the address bar of your Web browser, and use the registrar's website to search for your favorite potential domain name.
Choose a Web host. Since you are only creating a micro website with one or two pages, you do not need to be concerned with how much space and bandwidth comes with your hosting account. Your main concerns when shopping for a Web host should be uptime guarantee and price. Read reviews of Web hosts on a reliable hosting review site, such as the one listed in the Resources section of this article.
Find out the Web host's domain name servers. Log into the domain registrar's website and follow the online instructions to set up the proper DNS for your new domain name. You will need to put the DNS addresses of your Web host's domain name servers into a form on the registrar's website. This will point your domain name to the Web host's server, where your website's files will be located.