article The name of your web page is your identifier for the page.
When you create a new web page for example, the web page you want to name should be something like this: My website!
What is my website?
It’s the page title and it’s not a URL.
If you want the title to be something other than “My website” or “My site”, then you have to add a new name.
The following example is an example of a valid name: My site!
What does my site have to do with your company?
There are three types of pages that can be part of a company’s website: a company-specific website, an internal site, and an externally hosted site.
Internal sites are used by companies for internal communications and meetings and are usually hosted by external companies.
External sites are sites used by external clients for marketing and other services.
A company-based website can include a link to an internal website and can include links to external websites.
External websites are not required to include links.
For example, if you use Google Analytics to track your visitors to your company’s internal website, you can add a link on your company-site’s internal site to Google Analytics.
External links on company-sites can be the same as links on your internal site.
External pages can have a business or product name.
External URLs can also be the name or URL of an internal service.
For more information on external links, see How do I add a web address to an external site?
How do you tell the difference between a company website and a personal site?
A company’s site has a single page that looks like this.
My company’s company-page is on my company’s personal website.
It’s a link that points to the company-name and to a page with the same title.
For details about which company’s pages can be used for company-related communications, see Business pages and communications for your company.
How do we tell if a company site is used for a business?
If your company is a non-profit organization, you may be required to make a statement with your organization’s name.
For information on what is required by law to be included in this statement, see the Internal Communications section of the IRS Code.
If your organization is an employer, you must also include a statement to the IRS that includes your organization name, phone number, and email address.
The IRS also requires that a statement include the following information: Your name and mailing address.
Your mailing address is the address you provide when you make your annual report to the Internal Revenue Service.
You must include your company name and telephone number.
You may also include your mailing address and mailing list.
If this is not the address listed in your organization statement, you will need to provide the address in your statement.
If no address is listed, your organization may not have the required mailing list, but you can find the mailing list online.
You should also include the names of your employees and directors.
If the name on the site does not match the information on your business, contact the IRS.
You can also contact the business and provide the information.
If a business name is used on a site, the name is required to be a registered trademark.
If there is a problem with the name, it may be possible to get the name removed.
How can I verify a business site’s use of a name?
If a company has multiple web pages on its website that use a different company-named name, then you can verify that the web pages use the correct name by using the search feature of Google.
If Google can’t find the correct company-linked name, the website must be removed from search results.
How long does it take to resolve a dispute about a company name?
The IRS allows businesses to resolve disputes about a name dispute in several ways.
To resolve a name name dispute, the business must follow these steps: Create a dispute statement with the IRS in accordance with the rules of the Internal Communication rules for business disputes.
Include a copy of the dispute statement in a separate document that includes a link.
Provide a copy to the business that has been assigned a dispute ID.
Submit a request to the person with authority to resolve the dispute.
If it takes longer than 72 hours for the IRS to resolve your dispute, contact us.
For questions about resolving a dispute, see The IRS dispute resolution process.
What if I don’t like the way a company uses its name?
You may have to give the business a chance to correct its name.
After you have given the business some time to correct the name in writing, you should provide the business with a copy or an opportunity to provide you with a response.
If an apology is not forthcoming, then the business should make a request for a change to its name or address, such as by sending a letter to the address on your tax return or to the name printed on