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A domain name uniquely identifies a website. Typing a domain name (also called a URL) into your web browser allows you to visit that website. One unique domain name can be used as a company’s website address and for its email addresses.

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.com

  • Custom email address
  • Create a website
  • Create an online store
  • Forward/redirect to a page
  • Sell your domain name
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$29.99 per year

.org

  • Create custom email address
  • Create a website
  • Create an online store
  • Forward/redirect to a page
  • Sell your domain name
Connect Domain Name - KOAHNET
$29.99 per year

.net

  • Create a custom email address
  • Create a website
  • Create an online store
  • Forward/redirect to a page
  • Sell your domain name
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Frequently Asked Questions

We know you may need answers to some quick questions in order to make the right quick decisions about your online endeavors. So we have made it available right here. Should you need further clarifications or support, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

What's A Domain Name?

A domain name uniquely identifies a website. Typing a domain name (also called a URL) into your web browser allows you to visit that website. One unique domain name can be used as a company’s website address and for its email addresses. Domains are much more than just names typed into a web browser. Your domain name is how the world will think of you and your business. It’s part of your brand and your marketing plan. You can have multiple domains that each relate to some aspect of your business. A domain name can be easy to remember and help establish you on the web.

Anatomy of a Domain Name you most often see domains listed as www.mycompany.com or www.buydomainname.com. A domain consists of two main parts. Let’s use www.BuyDomains.com as an example: The first part, “buydomains” This is the unique part of the name. It represents your company or brand name. It is how you will be branded and known on the web. The last part is called the extension In our example it is “.com.” Other popular extensions are .net, and .org. Many people will automatically type in .com after any domain. Securing the other extensions can make sense for many people, as they help protect your brand throughout the web.

One of the good reasons to have a domain name is to have personalized email, either for your business or for personal reasons. An email is a unique address, followed by your domain name, such as “[email protected]” or “[email protected].” You can often create multiple email addresses for each domain you own, so that each member of your company has their own address.

Common extensions include: .COM — Abbreviation of “Commerce” — currently available to all .NET — Abbreviation of “Network” — currently available to all .ORG — Abbreviation of “Organization” — currently available to all .INFO — Abbreviation of “Information” — currently available to all .BIZ — Abbreviation of “Business” — currently available to all .GOV — Abbreviation of “Government” — reserved for government institutions .EDU — Abbreviation of “Education” — reserved for educational institutions. Click here to register you domain name now.

Do I Need A Domain to Create A Website?

Yes. Since your domain name is more like the address of your online home or business. It’s vital to register a domain name in order to easily direct people to your website. A domain name is your distinct identity on the internet. So you can use it to promote yourself, your brand, business or organization. For you, your business or brand to look professional, respectable and attractive online, you need a special domain name. People looking for your services or products can easily find you online if you have a great domain name .

Do You Help With Domain Search & Registration?

Yes. You can easily use our domain name search and registration tool to search and register your favorite found domain name. This includes domain name suggestions and alternatives to any domain you search . However, if you’re having difficulties or just want some assistance, our customer support team is available to help and guide you in the right direction to find and register the best domain name possible available for your personal or business use.

What If the Domain is Already Taken?

When a domain name search result show “Already Taken”, it means someone else has already registered it. But don’t be disappointed even when is already taken. There is still hope. There are other ways to try getting that domain name. You can try our special Domain Buy Service, where we negotiate acquiring the domain from its current owner. We also offer a Domain Backorder service, where you purchase a backorder credit to give you a chance to get the domain when it goes into auction.

Can I Register Any Domain Extension?

Most of the Top Level Domains are available for anyone to register. However, a few domain extensions have restrictions on them, which means you can only buy or register them if you, your company or organization meet certain criteria or have authorization. For example, .gov, .edu. and .mil. But again most extensions are available to anyone to buy or register. The good part is that most country code Top Level Domains or ccTLDs are available for anyone to buy or register.

Do You Have Any Tips On How to Get A Great Domain?

Good question. First, try to make your domain simple and short as possible; this will help people to easily remember it. Long domain names tend to be difficult for people to remember and pronounce. Secondly, it’s to be noted that, there is a limit to domain length, with the minimum being 1 character and the maximum being 63 characters. It’s advisable to make your domain name to precisely reflect your identity, business, organization or brand.