Domain Name Registration


Use the button below to check if your domain name is available.
Domain names can be 2 to 63 letters. Words can be separated by hyphens but not by spaces.

Domain Name Registration

Registering and using multiple domain names is a great way to STOP competition from registering a domain name that is related to your business.
Protect your brand and online identity from those who may have unsavoury purposes.
The main purpose of a domain name is to provide symbolic representations (recognizable names) to mostly numerically addressed Internet resources. This abstraction allows any website to be moved to a different physical location in the address topology of the network, globally or locally in an intranet, in effect changing the IP address. This translation from domain names to IP addresses (and vice versa) is accomplished with the global facilities of Domain Name System (DNS).

When you select your domain name it is important to consider the purpose of that domain name. The main target is to provide any person with an easy way to reach your web site. The best domain names have the following characteristics:
1) Short – People don’t like to type! The shorter your domain name, the easier it is to reach it is and the less the chances are that an internet user to misspell it.
2) Meaningful – A short domain name is nothing without having meaning. Select a domain name that relates to your business in a way that people will understand its name.
3) Clear – Clarity is important when selecting a domain name. You should avoid selecting a domain name that is difficult to spell or pronounce.
4) Exposure: In addition to humans viewing you should consider how search engines view your domain name. In order to maximize your websites exposure, consider including a relevant search term in your domain name. (see the SEO page)

Expired domain names: When you register a domain name, think of it as a rental. You are free to use it as long as you continue to pay an annual fee. You can now also register your domain name in advance as many as 10 years for some Top Level Domains. If you wish to register an expired domain name you pay the same fee as you would for a new domain name registration. From a financial point of view, “new” or “expired” means “available”, you can have it.

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