You can choose any domain name you like, you could use your company name, your own name, it doesn’t matter. However, some characters can’t be used in a domain name. You can always use letters, numbers and the subtraction character (-) in your domain name, but you can’t use characters like &, *, ( or +.
Below a list of what you can and can not use in your domain name.
- You can use numbers, the subtraction sign (-) and letters in a domain
- You cant use special characters like *(&@ in a domain
- You can’t use the subtraction sign right before or after a dot in a subdomain
- It’s not allowed to use trademarked names owned by other companies
- The domain name must contain at least 2 characters and can’t be longer than 63 characters
- The domain name has to contain at least one letter
Furthermore there is no distinction between upper- and lowercase letters. Also note that the rules can vary for every domain name extension (TLD).