Register a Domain Name

Step One

The first step in registering a domain name is to find one that is available. Enter the name of your choice, perhaps your company name, product name, or a family name. Then Check to see if that name is available.

 
Helpful Hints

A domain name can be up to 63 characters long excluding the dot and characters used to identify the top-level domain extension (i.e. .COM, .NET, .INFO, etc.)

Valid characters in a domain name include letter, numbers and hyphens "-". The domain name must start with and end with a letter or number.

"http://" and "www." are not part of a domain name. Instead they are used with your domain name to form a URL (Universal Resource Locator) that can be used by web browsers to find your site on the World Wide Web.

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