What is a uniquique web address look like?
I tried typing in the one suggested and it said no periods as itshould only contain underscores and dashes.
i guess its unique web address, if it is so then it means you should choose unique (which does not exists). while choosing web address you should not choose address like www.hubpages.com beacuse it is already taken so you can register this name again. You can use address like www.hub-pages.com or www.hub_pages.com. Web address like phone no., your and my phone no. cannot be same. I hope this will help you.
One suggestion, while choosing web address please choose wisely, I mean relative to the content you are going to show you should choose web address. If you choose guitar.com as address and you are showing content related to shoes doesn't make sense. Isn't it?
A unique web address, when taking the positioning of a period or periods into account, means that the web address will have only one period - just before the .com or .org or .net or whatever the domain extension is - if the web address has two two or more periods in it, it means that it is only part of another site, and not hosted on a server all on its own. Underscores and dashes can be used in any web address to separate words. If you register a domain for yourself, you will be registering thedomainnameyouchoose.com (for eg) or the-domain-name-you-choose.com or the_domain_name_you_choose.com but not thedomainnameyou.choose.com
You can also only register a domain name if it is not yet taken by somebody else, making your web address unique. However, you could still register thedomainnameofyourchoice.net or .org if the .com one is already taken - as long as there are no brand name copyright infringements.
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