Find your Perfect Domain Name:
The most successful businesses use the same set of words and images in all customer touchpoints – on their website, in their emails and order confirmations, on their signs, etc. This is branding at its simplest. And the digital pieces of your brand all spring from your domain name.
- Build a new website on it or forward your domain name to an existing website to attract more visitors.
- Create a professional email address you’ll be proud to share with customers.
- Make it easy for customers to find you on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social platforms
- Invest in promising names you later sell for a profit.
When you register a domain name with any company, your name, address and phone are published in the public WhoIs database as required by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Email and telephone spammers scour this database, gathering emails and addresses they can use for spam, scams and identity theft. Privacy Protection is the answer.
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Why You Should Choose Baggies Web Solutions
Your domain name tells the world who you are and what you do and how people find you online, so choosing the right one for your website can seem overwhelming at first. But don’t get intimidated we are here to help you get online.
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A website is vital to any modern business. Even if you sell locally or by word of mouth, your customers are looking for you on the web.
Hundreds of great new domains join .com, .net and .org
Until recently, there were less than two dozen domain extensions to choose from including .com, .net and .org, to name the most popular ones. Now there are literally hundreds for you to choose from.
FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!
What is a website domain name?
A domain name, like www.coolexample.com, is a lot like a street address for a house or business. Let’s use the White House as an example. The street address, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, is an exact location — like an IP address. You might not know the exact street address, but when you visit Washington, D.C., you can tell your cabbie that you want to visit the White House and still get there.
When I register a domain name, will my name and contact information become publicly available?
Information about who is responsible for domain names is publicly available to allow rapid resolution of technical problems and to permit enforcement of consumer protection, trademark, and other laws. The registrar will make this information available to the public on a “Whois” site. It is, however, possible to register a domain in the name of a third party, as long as they agree to accept responsibility — ask your registrar for further details.
How long does a registration last? Can it be renewed?
Each registrar has the flexibility to offer initial and renewal registrations in one-year increments, provided that the maximum remaining unexpired term shall not exceed ten years.
How does a website domain work?
When visitors enter your domain name into a Web browser, the browser request uses your domain name to find the domain name’s associated IP address and, therefore, the website. People use domain names instead of IP addresses because it is easier to remember a name rather than a series of numbers.
What do I do with my domain name once it has been registered?
Registering a domain name does not automatically activate a website that displays when visitors enter your domain name into a Web browser. The domain name must have a hosted website that includes a numeric address, called an IP address, for visitors to access the website using your domain name.
Can I host multiple domain names with my hosting account?
Of course! You can register multiple domains to be used with your hosting account. Examples include, add-on domains with a separate website; parked domains for future use; or forwarding domains to your main domain.