Register Domain

The very first step in placing your web site online is to register a Domain Name. Your Domain Name will be used as your personal or business Internet address.

Below we offer you our Domain Name Question & Answer format to aid in your better understanding of the world of domain names.

What is a Domain Name?
A ‘Domain Name’ is the name by which a company or organization is known on the internet. It is the basis of your internet identity. A domain name is a unique alpha-numeric name used to identify a particular computer (i.e. Web server or mail server) on the Internet. Domain names allow Internet users to type in a name, such as, to identify a numeric address such as The purpose of domain names is to allow ordinary users connected to the Internet to find Web sites and send email to addresses with familiar names such as “” or “” without having to memorize the numerical addresses that actually locate the computers or servers on the Internet.

For example: E-For-Sale Corp. might want to use as its domain name. They could host its web site at and use for email. Domain names must be unique. There can be only ONE domain name. Domain names are granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, it is important to register your domain name as soon as possible to ensure that your desired name isn’t taken by someone else.

Who is ICann?
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is the non-profit corporation that was formed to assume responsibility for the IP address space allocation, protocol parameter assignment, domain name system management, and root server system management functions previously performed under U.S. Government contract by IANA and other entities.

Are your domain registrations ICann certified?
Yes, all of our registrations are done through our server at our corporate office which is an officially certified ICann Registrar.

Who is InterNIC?
The InterNIC is a concept for an integrated network information center that was developed by several companies, in cooperation with the U.S. Government. InterNIC is a registered service mark of the U.S. Department of Commerce and offers International control of Domain Name registration to assure ownership of registration to current registrants.

Will my Domain registration be protected by InterNic?
Absolutely, your successful registration is instantly filed with InterNic and you receive all the benefits of InterNic’s International protection of ownership.

Is your site secure while I’m registering my Domain names and are your payment transactions secure?
Yes, our system is very secure. Your search for available domain names, your registration process, and your payment information is protected by the most current and functional online security system available.

Who Owns a Domain Name?
You do, when you register your domain with We submit your application with you as the registrant and the “Administrative Contact”. Being the administrative contact means that you are the decision maker for that name. In more specific terms, you own the registration of that particular name and no one else can use it.

What is a Top Level Domain (TLD)?
A top level domain (TLD) is the suffix that is attached to the end of a domain name. For instance, in the domain name, “.com” is the TLD.

The global Top Level Domains are as follows:
.com .net .org .info

How many characters and what characters can a registered domain name include?
Domain Names have a variety of basic rules:

.COM – to be used for commercial and personal sites
.NET – recommended for companies involved in Internet infrastructure
.ORG – recommended for not-for-profit organizations

Rules for creating a domain name:
1. Use only letters, numbers, or hyphen (“-”)
2. Cannot begin or end with a hyphen
3. Must have less than 63* characters, not including .COM, .NET and .ORG
4. .com, .net and .org domain names exceeding a total of 26 characters are supported by most web browsers. However, certain web browsers, email programs and other Internet related applications may not support domain names over 26 characters.

How much does it cost to register a domain name?
The InterNIC, which manages the world domain name system, normally requires a fee of $70.00 for two years registration of individual Domain Names. We can offer you a InterNic bulk rate of $9.95 per Domain Name per year. This discounted rate is available due to our large number of registrations to InterNic. You must beware of any registration service that does not register your Domain name through Internic.
Pricing schedule for .com .net .org .info
Total Cost:
1 Year Registration $11.95
2 Year Registration $23.90
5 Year Registration $59.75
10 Year Registration $119.50

What methods of payment does accept?
International Currencies Accepted
US Dollar – Australian Dollar – Canadian Dollar – Chinese Yuan – Euros
Hong Kong Dollar – Japanese Yen – New Zealand Dollar – Pounds Sterling Singapore Dollar (Plus we accept 7 international credit cards) We also offer an offline payment by check or money order.

What do I need in order to register a domain name?
To register a domain name with, you only need to specify the Contact Information and credit card billing information associated with your domain name. You do not need to specify a NIC handle, DNS server information or an IP Address; will supply default DNS and IP Information for your domain name during the registration process, which can be edited by you at any time after the registration is complete. You can change your DNS (Host) at any time after registration. There is no charge for “parking” your Domain with us.

How long does’s registration process take?
Our registration process should only take you a few minutes to complete. .com, .net and .org domain names registered through us on average, take between 12 and 48 hours to be listed in all online Registrar files world wide, however you own the Domain registration immediately and your Domain Name cannot be duplicate registered by anyone. Is it possible for another person to register my domain name after I have registered it?

.com .net .org and .info domain name availability is verified by and ICANN along with other accredited registrars through the SRS (Shared Registration Processing System), a universal database of available .com, net and .org domain names. This system prevents a domain name that is successfully registered through USDomainRegistrar from being registered by another domain name registration site.

How do I register a domain name?

Go here to register:

The registration process is an easy six-step process that is completed online. Note: A valid credit card is required to register your domain name through online.

Step 1. Check for domain name availability.
During this step, you will perform a search query to determine if the domain name you wish to register is available.

Step 2. Confirm intention to register.
During this step, confirm that you wish to register the domain name you have chosen.

Step 3. Log in.
During this step you will create a User Name and password ‘profile’ which is used to identify your account in our system . If you are an existing user, you should enter the User Name and password you have created to identify your account.

Step 4. Fill in Contact Information.
You must provide us with administrative and organizational information to associate with your domain name registration.

Step 5. Review the information for accuracy.
Before you submit your registration for processing, you have the opportunity to review the information you are submitting.

Step 6. Enter payment information and submit your request.
During this step you must enter your credit card billing information and submit the registration for processing. Additionally, you must choose the term of registration. If your credit card is accepted, you will receive a confirmation screen.

Can I transfer my current Domain registration to from another Registrar if
I am not satisfied with their service or pricing?

Yes you can, and the transfer can be done online here:
Registrar transfer online

What is Domain Name Service (DNS) ?
Domain Name Service is a means of pointing or directing traffic to the particular server on which the domain name is hosted. provides both Primary and Secondary DNS for your name if you choose the default setting in the Hosting form.

What’s the Rush?
A domain name is your unique identity on the internet.
Since no two domain names can be identical, it is important to reserve your domain as soon as possible. Over 40,000 domains are registered every day, and with the internet increasing in popularity, now is the time to reserve your domain name.

Who do I contact for additional assistance?
If you have other questions or need information that is
not contained above you can reach us by email:

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