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DOMAIN NAME is the principal criterion for securing your unique identity over internet. The word ‘unique’ makes it clear that no two entities can ever have the same domain. WHY? It is so because the dream of having unparalleled brand identity can never be realized with shared domains. It is not only about identity but domain extends its role up to an online business card as well.
In general terms, domain name can be understood as name of your website. For former generations, anything that started with www. and ended at .com, referred to a domain.
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Domain name is commonly known as website name. It simply refers to the address where users access particular site. Domain name is used for identification and finding computers over the internet. Computers make use of IP addresses (a string of number), which are otherwise difficult to remember. Hence, domain names are used for easier classification of entities.
Domain name is a unique permutation of letters and numbers which is used with domain name extensions, such as .com, .net, etc. It is because of the same property, no two sites can have the same domain name.
An IP address is a distinctive classifying series of numbers assigned to every individual PC, server and network on the internet. It serves to determine and locate information over the internet. IP address also, arranges a medium of communication between devices and networks connected to the internet.
‘www’ that is pre-fixed before your domain name is called a subdomain. If you are unable to reach the website after typing www and can reach the same without typing www, it means, CNAME is not set up appropriately.
Once domain name is typed using a browser, the browser request uses the domain name so as to locate the IP address associated with the domain name. Domain names are used by users, in place of IP addresses since the latter are difficult to remember.
Sets of combination of domain name and its associated IP address are stored together in a common database. Any and all of them can be accessed via internet.
URL is an abbreviation of Uniform Resource Locator; it is the address of a website or webpage. In order to better understand it, you can relate a URL to the street address for the location of information over internet.
Example: The URL http://coolexample.com/music, will send the visitor to the music page of the coolexample.com website..
Nameserver preserves a list of domain names matching specific IP addresses. Further, these details are collected in a central registry.
It allows the visitors to directly reach to the website they want to. It can be done without the hassle of remembering a series of numbers.
Once you are done with the registration of domain name, you can follow the below given actions:
1. Sell it: Domain names can be used for making good money. A registered domain that is not in use should be seen as an investment as you can lend it to some other entity.
2. Safeguard your brand online: Your domain name is unique and nobody can challenge a registered domain name. Think twice because you have to stay attentive from others who register similar domains. It can divert or confuse your customers. Send them to main domain name’s site.
3. Hang on: Unsure of what to do with the new domain name you have registered? Retain the domain name throughout the registration period.
Registering and using multiple domain names is highly beneficial for your business, it will help build your business, foster your unique identity and protect the brand name.
With registration and use of more than one domain, you qualify for:
1. Capturing usual misspellings of domain name, which would otherwise direct visitors to error page.
2. Generating denser traffic on your site.
3. Promoting expanded range of products and services.
4. Optimizing opportunities to get higher rankings for internet searches.
5. Inviting prospects to your website more easily.
6. Crafting unambiguous advertising tactics for better reach.
After a domain name expires, it remains dormant for a particular time period before it is open for re-registration. A grace period ranging from one week to one year is provided by most of the registrars. Nevertheless, actual grace period can be different for both an individual registrar and domain name extension.
Grace period mostly, is succeeded by the redemption period, which stretches from two weeks to 30 days. During this very period, registrant can make efforts to renew the domain name. All you have to do is pay a redemption fee that includes the domain’s renewal fee.
In case the current registrant skips both the grace period and redemption period, the domain name can go for a bid. Participating in the auction is another opportunity when you can grab the hold of domain name.
If neither of the above mentioned things happens to a domain name, it gets returned to the registry. Then the registry decides when it has to be released again for registration. Upon release from the registry, it can be registered.