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Domain Registration Service with the most consumer-friendly registration principles and policies in the industry at an affordable cost.
Easy to use Domain Management Control Panel
A Variety of Domain Extensions (TLD’s)
Domain locking to secure your domain
Trusted Domain Name Registration since 2000
WHOIS PRIVACY PROTECTION
Everyone registering a domain name will have their name, address, phone number, and email address published in the public whois database as required by ICANN. You can keep your contact information private with whois privacy.
You can lock and unlock your domain in our customer control panel at any time. Locking your domain protects it against unauthorized transfer (“hijacking”) attempts. Transfers are not allowed when you have your domain locked.
40 DAY DOMAIN RESCUE
If your domain name expires for any reason you have up to 30 days to get it back and pay nothing more than the renewal fee. Depending on the domain extension and registry policies you may be able to renew for just the renewal fee for up to 40 days.
Option to forward your domain to another domain with the domain name being forwarded to showing in the web browser address bar. Can also redirect to a domain where your domain name is the one shown in the web browser address bar.
FREE DNS SERVICE
DNS service included free. You manage DNS for your domain in our easy to use control panel. Turn the service on or off and create and update DNS records as needed.
Your domain will auto-renew by default unless you turn auto-renew off. Auto-renewal will renew your domain before it expires. This keeps you from having to remember when your domain needs renewed and letting is expire accidentally.
Keep it Short and Simple
A domain name can be as long as 63 characters. Keep it short as makes sense and as simple as possible. This will make it easier to type in and for you to provide to others. Imagine giving someone your email address with a domain name that is 63 characters long!
Make it relevant
Keep it relevant. Could be or include your company name, organization name, or brand name. You could include your city, state, or keywords if relevant.
Do web searches for similar websites to get ideas of what others use for their domain names. This should give you some ideas for your domain name. It can give you ideas for variations too if the domain name you prefer isn’t available.