The first obvious benefit of a domain name is that it makes it easy for people to perform Google search. They don’t have to go the trouble of remembering the sophisticated IP addresses or URLs when searching for specific websites. All they have to do is type a domain name example, and automatically access the products and services they want. A domain name also obstructs the web servers from the domain name, making it effortless to upgrade your web server whenever you want by simply changing your domain name’s DNS Records and pointing from the IP address of your previous server to the new IP address of the new server automatically. 

However, there are specific things first-time domain owners fail to know before buying a domain name. Here is a rundown of some of them: