Domain Name Registration

What is a domain name?

Domain names are the familiar, easy-to-remember names you find on the Internet, such as - and they dont have to include the doublyoudoublyoudoublyou (www) - the domain name is just a name with the extension (.com, .in,, .net, .org, .info,.etc) You can choose your domain name from Click here

Domain names identify a location on the Internet. It is your identity on the Internet and provides you with an address that other Internet users can use to find your website on the World Wide Web. You also use your domain name for your email address. In your admin area for your domain name you can point it to where the website files are (on a web host server somewhere) and you can set up email aliases or pop email accounts.

An example of a domain name is There are no spaces in a domain name.

It's easy peasy to search for a domain name and buy it.

What is a URL?

URL stands for Universal Resource Locator and is a unique identifier for your web address. Your URL contains your domain name along with the http:// An example of a URL is Identify pages on the web with the complete url because the link will then be an active link. There are no spaces in a url and when you use it in an email dont add a period after it.

What is a Registrar?

The organization responsible for the actual registration of the domain name is known as the Registrar. This is the company that you bought your domain name from. When you buy a domain name the email of the admin contact is the owner of that domain name. You will receive a username and password and a link for an admin area where you can manage your domain name. DomainPeople is a registrar.

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