Read this article and discover everything you need to know about domain name registration including how to register a domain name!
Domain name registration is the process of reserving a name on the web for a specific period of time (usually one year). The domain name will remain yours (you will be the official owner) for as long as you renew the domain. A domain name registration is a must thing to do when it comes to running a website, blog or another web service. The most important thing to know about a domain is that it gives you a recognized identity and personality. Once you buy and register a domain name, the information about the owner is available online. When it comes to the price for domain registration, it depends on the extension you are going to use. The most common domain name extension is .com and this is a relatively affordable extension, while there are some country-specific extensions that are 5 times more expensive.
Registering a domain name today is quite easy. The hardest part is choosing the right domain name for your website or blog and the rest of the procedure is super easy. You need a name that is easy to remember, easy to spell, and easy to pronounce.
Once you have a name in mind, it is time to do the domain name registration process. There are many domain name registrars online, however, GoDaddy and NameCheap are the best ones.
Here is how to registration process goes:
- Go to GoDaddy or NameCheap and type the name you have chosen. If you notice the name is available, select a package option and then click on “continue to Cart”
- You will notice a few windows popping out, presenting you additional features and options you can use such as privacy protection, business protection, and etc. If you don’t want these options, just click “no thanks” and continue the process.
- The next thing you need to do is select the term (one, two, five, ten years) and continue to checkout. Keep in mind that the longer the term, the cheaper the domain name registration is going to be. The term length is your choice.
Besides GoDaddy and NameCheap, you can also use Name.com, BlueHost, HostGator, DreamHost, and InMotion Hosting.
Are you ready now to register your first domain?
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