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  • Domain Forwarding and Masking: Direct any domain name you own to your website. Anyone who types that domain name into their browser is taken directly to your website.
  • Domain Locking: Domain locking prevents accidental or intentional transfers of domain ownership and stops anyone from redirecting your nameservers.
  • Total DNS Control: Manage your domain nameserver (DNS) records and set your email, FTP, sub-domains and website location all from one control panel.
  • Change of Registration: Assign your domain name to someone else or change the contacts for your domain online anytime.
  • Status Alerts: Monitor the status of your domain and get instant alerts if there’s been a change.
  • Auto Renew Protection: No need to watch expiration dates to make sure you renew on time! Auto renew keeps your domains, hosting, website builders, and other products in your name and under your control.

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Domain Registration FAQ

Why do I need to register a domain name?

Owning a domain name is a crucial step when establishing your online presence. Here are several reasons why you might want to consider purchasing a domain name:

  1. Professionalism: Having your own domain name, website, and email addresses gives you and your business a more professional look. It shows that you take your online presence seriously and adds credibility.
  2. Brand Identity: Your domain name is essentially the identity of your website. It’s the part of the URL that appears before the “.com” or “.org.” Choosing a domain name that aligns with your business name and brand is essential. It helps people remember your website and find you easily.
  3. Control: Owning your domain name gives you control over your online identity. You decide what content to post, how your website looks, and how it represents your brand.
  4. Email Marketing: A custom domain also improves your email marketing. Having a professional email address (e.g., info@yourbusiness.com) instead of a generic one (e.g., yourbusiness@gmail.com) enhances your brand image.
  5. Variety of Extensions: While “.com” is the most common extension, there are other options like “.org,” “.biz,” and “.net.” If your desired domain name isn’t available with “.com,” you can explore these alternatives.
  6. Availability on Social Media: Before finalizing a domain name, check if it’s also available on social media platforms. Consistency across your website and social handles ensures alignment.

Remember, your domain name is an essential part of your online identity, so choose wisely! ??

What if the domain name I want is already being used?

If the domain name you desire is already in use, don’t worry! Here are some steps you can take:

  1. Be Creative: Try variations of your desired domain name. Add prefixes, suffixes, or rearrange words to create a unique combination. For example, if “mywebsite.com” is taken, consider “mywebsitehq.com” or “mywebsiteonline.com.”
  2. Different Extensions: Explore different domain extensions (TLDs). While “.com” is the most popular, there are many others like “.net,” “.org,” “.io,” and more. Choose an extension that aligns with your purpose.
  3. Contact the Owner: If the domain you want is already registered, find out who owns it. You can use domain lookup tools to get contact information. Reach out to the owner and inquire if they are willing to sell it.
  4. Backordering: Some services allow you to backorder a domain. This means you express interest in buying it if it becomes available. If the current owner doesn’t renew, you might get a chance to acquire it.
  5. Consider Hyphens: While not ideal, adding hyphens between words can make a domain available. For instance, “my-website.com.”
  6. Use a Domain Broker: Domain brokers specialize in acquiring domains on behalf of clients. They negotiate with the current owner and facilitate the purchase.
  7. Choose a Different Name: Sometimes it’s best to choose a new domain name altogether. Be open to alternatives that still represent your brand effectively.

Remember, your domain name is an essential part of your online identity, so choose wisely! ??

Who owns my domain name?

Your domain name ownership information can be found through a WHOIS lookup. Here’s how it works:

  1. What is WHOIS?: Whenever a domain is registered, the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires individuals, businesses, or organizations to provide up-to-date personal contact information to their domain registrars. This information includes the registrant’s name, address, email, phone number, and associated IP addresses. The ICANN WHOIS Database acts like an international address book for the public.
  2. How to Use WHOIS Lookup:
  3. Privacy Protection: While ICANN requires public information in their WHOIS database, services like Domain Privacy + Protection can mask your private contact details by displaying the registrar’s information instead of yours. This helps protect your privacy.
  4. Updating WHOIS Information: You can manage your WHOIS information within your Domain Dashboard. If you need to update your details, refer to the instructions provided by your domain registrar.

Remember that your domain name is a valuable part of your online identity, so understanding its ownership is essential! ??

I would like to transfer one or more domains to Ultranet.Domains

No problem. Click here to visit our domain transfer page. Have more than one? We have a bulk domain name transfer page just for you.

Domain Disclaimers: 
  • Special savings apply only to first year of registration. You must purchase entire section to qualify for special savings.
  • The final price may differ because of additional sales, fees, and promotions.
  • Products will automatically renew until cancelled. You may turn off the auto-renewal feature by visiting your account.
  • Change of registration may require a fee for certain domains.

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