Domain names - the things that look something like your-domain-name.com - are an essential part of having a website. They represent the "web address" of your website.
You will need your own domain name if you intend to create a website. You will also need to register a domain name if you intend to set up email accounts for your business. Before you create a website (or email accounts for your business), you will need to know how to register a domain name.
Without your own domain name, your website will always be attached to another website (with its own domain name). Either that, or your users will only be able to access your website using its IP address (which looks something like 220.127.116.11).
Here you will find all the information you need in order to have your own domain name.
Express your domain name in a different language!
- Generic (gTLD)
- Generic Restricted
- Sponsored (sTLD)
- Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLD)
- Reserved (top-level)