Your domain name is like your address on the world wide web. It is what people use to find you online. This may be a .com but
there are now a whole lot of new extensions
The previous link is who we use and recommend for not only registrations, but, also to use to research
availability. Another good idea is to use a registrar that provides an introductory rate for the first year. The introductory
rates also let you save a few dollars today, spend a year on development and then decide on renewal. You can also choose to
switch registrars under certain circumstance. Either way, as the location of your online business, your domain name is important
as your street address of a brick and mortar business. Your street name may and often will be important, make sure this applies
also to your online address.
NOTE PLEASE: even if you choose another registrar, or get a different provider to act on your behalf, please, make sure you always have control and access to the registrar account. We have seen on many occasions where a client has no idea what is happening in regards to the registration process….this is where you pay a provider to register a domain for you, and they register it in their name or at very least do not give you the registration info including login and password. In case you get someone else to do this, make sure YOUR domain is registered to YOU, and in YOUR name. Just in case there are ever any conflicts, always do this. If you pay someone for this service and all is legitimate and good, they should do this for you, provide you this information. Though we would appreciate you going through us, please at least make sure you at least take this advice. We will always make sure domain registrations are either by the client or with us as technical contact. Never just let this go without having this information, please.