Call now! (ID:292468)+1-855-211-0932
HomeHosting ArticlesDomains Defined

See all available TLDs

Domains Defined

One of the necessities you demand in order to launch a site is a domain. This is the address your web page visitors will write in their web browsers to view your online portal and it is one of the features they will distinguish you by. For this reason you should pick a domain that is relevant and explanatory, but it should also be easy to remember.

Registries - The Real Domain Providers

Each domain extension, or TLD (Top-Level Domain), is administered by a Registry. This is the top-level organization that administers all domain registrations and settles the rules for a specific TLD. A number of domain name Registrars function under the Registry. These are approved providers that supply the very domain registration service, handle any supplementary registration stipulations and charge the end customers.

Generic or Country Code Top-Level Domain Names?

When choosing a domain name, you should think about its Top-Level Domain. Whether it will be a generic TLD such as .com, .net, .biz, or a country code Top-Level Domain such as .ca, .es or, depends on the target audience and on the goal of your online blog, but also on your desire, so when you are searching for a registrar where you can register your domain name, make sure that you discover one with a great collection of domain name extensions. In this way, you can be sure that you will make the best selection and if you register several domain names for your family-oriented or business online portal, they all will be in a single location, not disseminated among several separate domain registrars.

Registrants - The Genuine Domain Possessors

When you register a domain, you become the domain Registrant, or its owner. You can mention a different person as the Administrative or Technical Contact for the domain if someone else attends to your website, which will permit you to deal only with subjects regarding the proprietorship or given payment questions.

Domain Registration Periods: One to Ten Years

Most domains are registered for a term of 1 to 10 yrs, but some given top-level domain names can be registered for no less than two years, or for no more than five, for example. You can also transfer your domain name between various companies and again, different top-level domain names involve different procedures for that. Prior to registering your domain name, it is commendable to get familiar with what given prerequisites there are for the particular TLD that you've opted for. A relevant illustration is the domain names chart at our website where you can explore quite an enormous selection of supported domain extensions and detailed info in regard to the transfer and pre-registration prerequisites involved, as well as the registration term for some of the more characteristic TLDs.

Redemption Grace Periods (RGP): 30 to 45 Days

Always be sure to take a gaze at the renewal process details before your domain registration ceases. Certain domain names cannot be registered again after they expire, and for others you have one mo. after the expiration date to renew them. The common rule is that when a domain runs out, it is either canceled after a specific time, or the registrar assumes ownership of the domain in case that you, the possessor, have not shown any interest in re-registering it. That is the reason why you should repeatedly monitor the expiry date of your domain names or you will risk losing them. For specific top-level domain names like .com or .net, you have 30 days after the expiration date, while with others, like .eu - you lose ownership of the domain name the moment it expires and you need to wait thirty to forty five days before you can re-register it.

Cut-Price website hosting Services

With us at BlueHostWeb, you can register or transfer your domain, administer their contact details, and receive well-timed reminders so that you will not miss the re-registration period. If you elect to order a dedicated web hosting package as well, you even get a cheap domain registration.