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You have to enter and maintain accurate contact information in the public Whois the database once you register a domain. This is required by ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) and helps to regulate domain registration and ownership. Although the policy is intended to protect the interests of trademark owners (and to prevent cybersquatting), there are some legitimate privacy concerns as well.

We don't believe in the so-called privacy right for individuals who want to commit online fraud, conduct illegal activities and break laws of social networks. This is a secretive group, and to be frank with you they won't pay attention to this message anyway.

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Expiration is never a good thing for online businesses. Not having a domain available when the only traffic you receive is from it can lead to substantial losses, including the loss of potential customers. Auto-renewal is an alternative to manually renewing your domains. When enabled, it automatically renews within 30 days of expiration and keeps your domain active and readily available.  You can even set it with some of our partner registrars.

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In today's fast-paced and ever-evolving digital landscape, efficient and scalable IT support is more crucial than ever. Ensuring that your business operates flawlessly requires an IT support strategy that accommodates any budget. Responsive and flexible IT support options empower your business with the resources and expertise necessary to maintain the highest level of efficiency and adapt to the rapidly changing technological environment.

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Advanced domain control made easy

Whether you're running your own online business, managing a portfolio of websites, or even just running a personal blog, one common thread ties these digital ventures together: domain control. Domain control is essentially the 'who' and 'how' of managing a website's unique address on the internet, but advanced domain control goes beyond just ownership. It's about leveraging the underlying structures of the web to truly make your website your own. Let's break domain control down into simple and easy-to-follow steps.

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Change  or Modify DNS records via an intuitive Control Panel.

Changing DNS settings is an integral part of managing your website or domain. Thanks to user-friendly control panels, modifying DNS records can be a straightforward process. In this guide, we'll cover how to update DNS records using an easy-to-use control panel.

Before diving into the process, it's essential to understand the different types of DNS records

  • A (Address Record): Maps a domain to an IPv4 address.

  • AAAA (IPv6 Address Record): Assigns an IPv6 address to a domain.

  • CNAME (Canonical Name): Creates an alias for one domain, pointing to another domain.

  • MX (Mail Exchange): Specifies the mail server responsible for receiving email on behalf of your domain.

  • TXT (Text Record): Associates arbitrary text or metadata with your domain, commonly used for verifying domain ownership or enabling email authentication such as SPF, DKIM, or DMARC.

  • NS (Name Server): Indicates which name servers are authoritative for your domain.

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The Power of Registering Multiple Domains: Securing Your Online Presence in No Time

A robust online presence constitutes a necessity for enterprises, organizations, and individual users in the current digital age. One significant aspect of establishing that presence is claiming the right domain names. In this blog, we will highlight the benefits of registering multiple domains and how the process can be completed in a matter of seconds.

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At, your website security and privacy are our foremost priorities. We acknowledge the significance of individual and consumer rights in the digital space and are committed to safeguarding them.

To ensure top-notch security, we provide encrypted connections, deploying the latest safety protocols and tools. We constantly monitor and update our systems for vulnerabilities, ensuring a safe and secure hosting environment for your valuable data.

In terms of privacy, our policies are transparent and compliant with the highest standards. We ensure your private information remains private and is never sold or shared with unauthorised third parties. We recognize the importance of confidentiality for our users, and we respect that in every process and interaction.

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What is a domain name?
  • A domain name is the identifier of your website that users enter into the browser's URL prompt to access it. If your website were a residence, its domain name would be its address.

    A domain name can be any combination of letters and numbers, and it can be used in combination with various domain name extensions, such as .com, .net, .org, .edu, .gov, .io, and more. The combination of the name and extension must be unique so your website doesn't get confused with someone else's.

    For example, '' or '' is a domain name.

    Each domain name on the internet is unique and no two names are the same.

    Operating much like a giant telephone book, the Domain Name System (DNS) keeps track of these names and the corresponding numbers (i.e., the actual location of the website), so that we're directed to the correct website when we type in its domain name in our web browsers.

    Getting a domain name requires registering it, which is something you can do with a number of registrars. An person or business that registers a domain name gets the right to use it for a certain amount of time, usually a year, with the option to renew or extend.

How do I check domain name availability status? Can I see if a domain is available or not?
  • To discover an accessible domain name, use the Search Bar to check if your website name is ready to be registered or if it’s unavailable. If the domain you want is already taken, consider putting in an offer to the owner of the website. Alternatively, for further guidance, see our blog article on what to do if your dream domain name has already been taken.

Is that .com the best domain for Google search engine optimization (SEO)?
  • Certainly, a .com domain name is often recommended for SEO purposes according to several sources.

    Both SEO benefits and user perception play a role in this recommendation. For SEO, Searchmetrics mentions that .com domains are usually the best option, except in very rare instances. This advice is primarily directed toward businesses, and there's a reason it's not about a direct SEO advantage but more about how users perceive .com domains.

    User perception and recognition heavily influence this advantage. GrowthBadger states that ".com domains are over 33% more memorable than URLs with other top-level domains." They also mention that .com is the "#1 most trusted TLD." This suggests that using a .com domain could help with elements such as brand recognition and trust, which indirectly contribute to SEO since they could lead to higher click-through rates from search results.

Should I register my domain name with multiple extensions?
  • Yes, it is often beneficial to register multiple extensions for your domain name. Here's why:

    Securing Your Online Identity: By owning multiple domain extensions, you ensure protection against competitors who may purchase similar extensions to piggyback on your brand's recognition .

    Targeting Different Markets: Owning domain extensions that correspond to different countries (e.g., .us, .uk, .ca) allows you to localise your content for specific markets. This can increase engagement with your site and broaden your brand's reach.

    Preventing Problems from Typos or Spelling Guesses: People may often type the wrong domain extension out of habit or error. Owning multiple extensions can help direct those users to your site regardless of their mistake 

What are the maximum and minimum length requirements for domain names?
  • You may choose a domain name between 1 and 63 characters, but keep in mind that the smaller it is, the more recognizable it will be.

What is a domain extension (TLD)?
  • To the far right of the domain name is the top-level domain (TLD). Our domain name,, together with the top-level domain extension,.com, may be found in the browser's address bar.

    With more than a thousand top-level domains available, you're in a great place to choose the appropriate domain name for your next project. Check out our post about top-level domains. to learn more about upper-level domains.

What does the ‘Type’ column in the table mean?
  • To distinguish between our TLDs' country code top-level domains and generic top-level domains, use the 'Type' filter. gTLDs are accessible to everyone, everywhere, but ccTLDs are confined to a particular nation or area and their use may be restricted.

What is the meaning of the 'Country' column in the table ?
  • Use this column to identify the country or region associated with a particular ccTLD. Some ccTLDs are open and function identically to gTLDs, despite the fact that the majority are reserved for individuals and enterprises operating within the country. You can learn more by examining our Country Codes and Geographic Top-Level Domains.