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Domain Name Search

You can’t have a website without a domain name. We can help you find one you’ll love. New domain extensions let you create an extra-catchy or location-specific name.

Transfer a domain

If you already have a domain name, you can transfer it to us for a one-stop experience. We make the transfer process as simple as possible so that you can get on with your life.

Back order domains

Getting your ideal domain doesn’t have to be a pipe dream. Use our Back order Domain Search to find, buy and register un-available domain names.

What's the deal with domain names?

The perfect domain lets people know at a glance why you’re online (and why you’re awesome). Find the right domain extension now to grab more attention and visitors.

Hunt down your perfect domain.

The first step is a domain name search for the best one that isn’t in already taken. A .com domain is usually the most popular choice, but if you find that version of your domain is unavailable, don’t worry. There are lots of other domain extensions (the letters right of the dot) you can use for some pretty cool combinations.

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Hundreds of great new domains join .com, .com.au, .net, .net.au and .org

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The new domains are easy to remember because they’re specific to your industry or location. Want to promote your photography business? Try .photos or .photography. Opening a trendy new eatery? Check out .cafe or .pub. And nothing beats .club for your kids’ soccer team or neighborhood book group.

There’s no better place to find the right domain name for your business.

Domain Security

Secure your business name from your competitors!

Registering domains related to your big idea or business name keeps others from using those names to pull traffic away from your website. Your domain gives you an exclusive piece of digital real estate that cannot be used by anyone else as long as it’s registered to you.

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Frequently
Asked
Questions

What's a domain name?

Domain names are created to make IP addresses easy to remember. Every computer has an IP address assigned to it – much like a street address. But instead of having to memorize each IP address number, we assign domain names to these numbers so we can easily remember them. The domain name system, or DNS, takes domain names and translates them into their IP addresses so that computers can communicate with one another.

When you enter a domain name into your web browser, the browser simply uses that domain to locate its corresponding IP address and then shows you the website associated with it. If you own a business, Naissus can help you find a domain name that best suits the business so you can easily promote your website.

Can I purchase any domain extension?

A handful of domains will have restrictions on them, which means you can only purchase them if you meet or exceed certain criteria or have authorization (some examples are .gov, .edu and .mil). But most extensions are available to everyone. In fact, most country code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) are available for anyone to purchase, even if you don’t reside in the country code in question.

Our tips on finding a good domain name ?

Make it easy to remember. This is why many businesses get domains with their business names in them. Some people – including Bob Parsons – even choose their business name after they have a domain they like.

* Don’t register one that’s trademarked, copyrighted or being used by another company. This can lead to losing the domain and/or legal problems.

* Shorter is usually better because they’re easier for customers to remember. It’s also easier to get matching usernames for Facebook, Twitter and any other social media accounts you have.

* Got a local business? Include your neighborhood, city or country in your domain so local customers can quickly see where you are. Check the list of geographic domain extensions – .berlin, .nyc – to see if there’s one for your area.

* Avoid numbers or hyphens. Anyone who hears your web address won’t know if you’re using a numeral (5) or “five.” If your business name has a number in it, register both versions – with the numeral and with the number spelled out. Dashes are just asking for trouble and generally look unprofessional.

* Get more than one. As traffic to your website increases, you may attract the attention of copycats who’ll snatch up similar domain names in the hopes of drawing traffic away from you. Register similar or misspelled domains early so this won’t be an issue later.