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You can register many different domain extensions (TLDs) with or through us. When you register a domain name with us, or through us, you can just park it for future use, or to prevent someone else from taking it, or you can get hosting with us, or elsewhere if you wish. You get full control of your domain and the various settings, like nameservers and contact info, as well as zone file settings* like A, CNAME, or MX records, through a simple web-based interface. The price for registering a domain name includes our technical assistance for the period of the registration.
*Full DNS control - domain must be pointed to our nameservers
If you have a domain name already registered and want to renew it through us, you can do that also. Maybe you want better control of the various settings, or easier access to DNS record changes. Maybe it's almost time for renewal and you want to save some money. By renewing through us, you get full control of your DNS records and settings, and our technical assistance for the period of the renewal.
If you also plan to use our hosting services, you can register or transfer your domain at the same time the hosting is ordered. All hosting packages include free .com, .net, .org, .ca, .us, .ws, biz, .info or .name domain registration, or 1 year extension with domain transfer.
Top level domains, (TLDs), that are available to the public are growing regularly due to the rapid growth of the internet. Originally, all sites used the generic TLDs, (gTLDs), .com, .net, or .org, and a couple other special purpose TLDs, (sTLDs), .gov, .int, and .mil. The 3 gTLDs had specific purposes at first, but quickly became accepted as being for general use. Many new gTLDs and sTLDs, like .biz, .info, .name, .coop, and others were added over the last few years. Most of these new ones have special purposes, but some are for general use.
Other ones you may have heard of, .ca, .us, .tv, .ws, .cc, and so on, are country code TLDs, (ccTLDs). These various extensions were given to specific countries to use as they wish. Some countries decided to allow world use of their ccTLDs which gave us more choices to register. Some of these ccTLDs offer 2nd level registration, like yoursite.ws, while others go to 3rd level options, like yoursite.co.uk to differentiate types of sites. Every once in a while another ccTLD is added to public use. Most ccTLDs have country restrictions, and sometimes you want to register your domain in other country codes to establish a "virtual" presence there. That's when you need the next option.
There's another option, called 2nd level domains, not 2nd level ccTLDs like .co.uk, but 2nd level .com's (& .net's & .org's) like .us.com, .uk.com, etc. You don't need to be a citizen or business in the implied country to register these. If you want to establish a virtual presence in other countries, this is a good way to do it. Having the cc in your URL tells visitors (and search engines) that your site is for that country.
With the rapidly growing acceptance of so many alternatives, the importance of getting a .com url is dropping. It still is the most popular, and most wanted extension, but other options are getting more popular. If a name you want isn't available in .com, try a different TLD. You may even want a different TLD so that it can "say something" about your site.
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ccTLD for Canada
Canadian restrictions (details)
Business - A .ca domain lets Canadians know you're a Canadian business.
Personal - Let visitors know you're proud to be Canadian.
The cost for registering a .ca domain is:
The cost for renewing or transferring a .ca provincial domain is:
ccTLD for United States
US restrictions (details)
Business - A .us domain lets visitors know you're a US business.
Personal - Let visitors know you're proud to be American?.
The cost for registering a .us domain is:
ccTLD for United Kingdom
UK restrictions (details)
Business - A .co.uk domain lets others know you're in, or offering products or services to, United Kingdom.
Organisation - A .org.uk domain lets others know you're in, or deal with, United Kingdom.
Personal - Let visitors know you're proud to be a United Kingdom resident.
The cost for registering a .uk domain (co.uk, org.uk, or me.uk) is:
ccTLD for Australia
Business - A .com.au or .net.au domain lets Australian's know you're an Australian business.
Organization - A .org.au or .asn.au domain lets Australian's know you're an Australian organization.
Personal - Let visitors know you're proud to be Australian.
The cost ($) for registering a .au domain is:
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ccTLD for European Union
Show you are a member of the European Union
Any company or organisation based in the European Union and any natural
person living in the EU is eligible to register a .eu domain name.
The cost for registering a .eu domain is:
ccTLD for Germany
For Germany, but available to anyone*
*Either the registrant or the administrative contact must live in, and have a physical address in, Germany.
The cost for registering a .de domain is:
ccTLD for Taiwan
who can register
A .tw domain shows you're either from Taiwan, or want to deal with the country of Taiwan.
The cost for registering a .tw domain (.tw, .com.tw, .idv.tw, or .org.tw) is:
ccTLD for ↑ (of course)
Asian restrictions (details)
Legal entities within the Pan-Asia and Asia-Pacific region are eligible to register a .asia.
The cost for registering a .asia domain is:
for US sites for kids
Same restrictions as .us. (details)
A .kids.us domain means the site is made just for kids. A website must
be put together, then activated before it become publicly available.
The cost for registering a .kids.us domain is:
ccTLD for Italy
Anyone belonging to a European Union member state may register an unlimited
number of .it domains. Private individuals must be aged 18 or over.
The cost for registering a .it domain is: