A domain name is essentially a website name, what people type into the computer to find you online.
The simplest way to understand a domain name is to think of it as a contact in your phone. Very rarely does anyone remember the phone number attached to contacts, but they sure do know the name. Your domain name is your contact on the Internet, it’s how people can find you!
Domain names are unique and no two people can own the same domain name which allows you to really brand yourself online.
Registering a new domain name is very easy!
All you have to do is search for a domain name in the search bar at the top of this page and then you’ll be redirected to our domain registration page.
If the domain name you searched for is available, you can register it instantly.
If the domain name you searched for is unavailable, we’ll give you alternatives that you might like.
You can always start from scratch and search for your new domain name by typing in variations into the domain search bar until you find the one you like best to register it and make it all yours.
Transferring a domain name over is very easy.
The first thing you’ll need to do at your current registrar is unlock your domain and get the domain transfer code.
The domain transfer code has several different names depending on the registrar, such as:
Once you have your domain name unlocked and domain transfer code ready to go, you’ll be able to transfer your domain name over!
You can search for a new domain name in the search bar at the top of this page, if the domain name you type in is available, you’ll be automatically redirected to our domain registration page to get your new website name registered!
If the domain name you searched for is unavailable, our system will show you alternative you might like or you can continue searching for a new one until you find the perfect one that’s available to register!
Domain names should be at least 2 characters long and cannot exceed 56 characters.
You can register letters, numbers and dashes, however no special characters.
As a rule of thumb, you should aim to keep your domain name a few vowels at most and pertinent to your personal or business brand.
When you register a domain name along with any of our web services, it will automatically connect your domain name to your website, email or both.
If you have a domain name registered elsewhere, our Onboarding team will help you connect or transfer your domain name to any of our web services so that you can start building your online presence.
Your website and online presence are online 24/7, 365 days and so is our support team.
You can reach out to our Domains support team on our HelpDesk day or night, around the clock, every single day of the year.
We can answer any domain name questions you have.