As your domain is the name people use to find your company on the Web, registering your domain is essential to creating your online identity. For tips on choosing the right domain for your company, contact IWD today. Register your domain with IWD today and save up to 40% off Network Solutions' regular yearly rate! See also: Domain, InterNIC
The process for organising a domain name and where it should go.
the process of registering for ownership of your domain name through a certified registrar. Registering a domain name gives you exclusive use of that domain name for a given contract period. (usually 1 or 2 years)
a name only, with no particular WWW operations assigned to it
a "right to use and control" a domain name
A domain name is an internet address indicating to your browser where it should look for the website you are attempting to reach (the luminousstudio.com portion of http://www.luminousstudio.com is the domain of this site). Domains must be registered through a registrar, a service we happily provide free, and must be renewed annually.
similar to company registration, it is simply registering a domain name so that no-one else can use it for either a web site or an email addressing system (eg: europacom.net, lastminute.com, bbc.co.uk)
our partnership with InterNIC allows us to register or transfer your domain with them seamlessly. Therefore, we charge no additional fee for InterNIC registration or transfers. However, be aware that you are still responsible for the cost of domain registration with InterNIC, which currently is $70.00 for two years.
is the process of creating a new domain name which allows you to maintain your personalised or corporate identity on the Internet. Most webhosting plans includes domain name registration and hosting of the form www.your-company.com under any TLD (top level domain) of your choice (subject to the rules of that TLD) including .com .net .org .com.au .org.au .co.nz .co.uk etc. Once a domain is registered it must be delegated to become visible to the Internet population.
If you have a super cool domain name and you don't want anyone else to use it, you have to register it under your name. Ex. You will be the owner of paperclip.com.
Domains have to be registered before you can use them, this is usually not a big one off payment, but a small charge, once a year or two years. Some types of domain name can be registered for up to 10 years at a time.
Check to make sure the domain name of your choice is available and we will register the domain name in your behalf and bill you for the first two years of domain registration.
The act of registering an Internet Domain Name with interNIC, the governing body of domain names. An Internet domain name is an organization's unique name combined with a top level domain name (TLD). For example, arishost.com is the domain name of this registrar. Following are the top level domains. The .edu, .mil and .gov domains are traditionally U.S. domains. At the end of 1999, more than six million domain names were registered. Needless to say, many more are expected.
The process/service of registering a domain.
Reserving an .com, .net, .org or other address. In this context, a company may register its brands and slogans to develop Web sites.
The process of requesting and receiving a unique name for a location on the Internet from a regulatory body See internic.net ;NIC WWWebfx Home Page
The act of registering a domain name in the interNIC registry. An Internet domain name is an unique name combined with a top level domain name (TLD) extension. For example, doteasy.com is a domain name within the .com TLD. There are currently over 29 million domain names within the .com, .net., .org TLDs.
the process of registering for ownership of a given domain name through a certified registrar. Registering a domain name allows the purchaser exclusive use of that domain name for a given contract period, usually 1-2 years.