It's the address of your website lets say and if someone wants to set up a website, they need to pay a small annual fee to register a domain name. The domain name can then be "pointed" to a website containing the web pages that the person wants to set up. When visitors type that web address into their browser, they will be brought to your website. Say like if you were to type "showbiz.com" into your browser, you will be brought to the main page of that website. Sounds more complicated than it is.
by Barbara Badder4 years ago
I want to start a new blog at Blogger. Where is the best place to purchase a domain name and how do I add it to my blogger account? Thanks for any help.
by Solaras2 years ago
When purchasing a dot com domain name is there any value in adding on .org .us or .net etc..? If so please explain what strategy you would us with the other extensions to promote the dot com. Trying to save a little...
by mostafa_elgallant8 years ago
I love hubpages, but I would also like to buy an easy to use all inclusive to build website at a not too expensive price. I want something easy to build. Any suggestions?
by Andrew Orrell6 years ago
Yesterday I was considering starting up a second website. I had an idea that I've been mulling over for a while. When I went to check on availability of domain names I was very suprised to see a .co.uk...
by Kate Swanson7 years ago
Can anyone tell me, if you see a chance to get a good domain name for an existing site, is it worth changing?I chose "shoes pointe" for my ballet website because I thought it was a good search term - but that...
by nayaz16254 years ago
What is private registration of a domain name?While looking for domain name to buy, I came across something called private registration. It keeps our information private and shows a proxy'name instead.How far this is...
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