Step 1 - Establish your Domain Name
You need a domain name so that your web site will appear on the Internet and people will be able to access it. A domain name is another term for the URL or address of your website. When you type in www.Google.com, for example, the domain name is Google.com. Because " .com" is the most popular of the Top Level Domain (TLD) names, most of the highly desirable ones have been taken. That may not be a problem for you, however, because there are many TLD options these days. In addition to the original ones, com, .edu, .gov, .int, .mil, .net, and .org, there are also .name, .ws, .us. .tv, and more. With all of these TLD options, there's sure to be a domain name out there for you somewhere. You can find a complete list of all Top level Domains at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Internet_top-level_domains
In order to establish your domain name, make a list of possible ones that you like. Then, go to a domain name registry and check each name to see if it is available. Register any that are available, pay the registration fee, and you're all set.