Idea #2: Finding Answers for Bible Questions
There are many questions about the Bible and many websites that have answers. Some of these provide answers by simply presenting the Bible passages and allowing God’s Word to speak for itself; some of these may give answers based on a specific interpretation. Here is a sample list of Bible Q&A websites (found using a search engine):
- GotQuestions.org - “the Bible has answers, we’ll help you find them”
- equip.org - articles and resources from the “Bible Answer Man” of Christian Research Institute
- Bibleinfo.com - Answers to Life’s Questions
- Biblequestions.org - Bible Questions
- Biblepath.com - Bible Questions Answered
- StudyBibleForum.com - Ask Bible questions and give answers
- thebiblespeaks.com - Bible answers to today’s questions
- bible.org.nz - Bible Answers
- Enlightener.org - Bible Study Questions and Answers
- clearbibleanswers.org - Clear Bible Answers
- Bibleresources.org/bible-answers/ - Bible Answers - What the Bible Says About…
- christianbiblereference.org/ask.htm - Ask a Bible Question - Christian Bible Reference Site
- Bible.org/article/bible-answers-life-questions - Bible Answers to Life Questions | Bible.org
Also, there’s this list of 30 Incredible Q&A Sites to Help You Understand the Bible compiled by biblecollege.org.
Which of the above websites has a domain name that is meaningful and memorable to you? If you were using a search engine to find an answer to your Bible question, which of the results page would you click on based on the result’s domain name, or do you just click on the top result returned?
The name of something does matter, as the Bible described how the first thing Adam did was to name the animals. What do you think could be a more useful domain name for a Bible Q&A information site?
Yes, of course, the content in the website is most valuable and essential. Also consider how a domain name does help to get more people to visit a website, because search engines do use keywords in a domain name as one of the factors for ranking higher in search results. And, a domain name can help returning visitors to come back regularly.
To illustrate people’s interest in faith matters, one indicator could be the search trends of faith-related keywords. This chart below shows the relative search volume worldwide for keywords God and Bible during the past 10 years (from 2004 to 2014). The blue trend line indicates some growth in interest over time for searches on “God” while the red trend line indicates a generally steady volume of searches for “Bible”. Interesting, yes?
This article is part of the blog series, 66 Ideas for .BIBLE Domain Names, with practical ideas for using .BIBLE domain names. Individuals and organizations can now register .BIBLE domain names that are more shareable, memorable, and meaningful at any accredited registrar.