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If you are planning to take your business on the Internet, you are probably impatient to see it up and running. However, it is better to take the time you need to make sure your chosen host provider is a good fit for you and your business. Here are a few important questions and answers that will help you decide on a domain name registration when it's time to launch your website.

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What is domain registration? What is domain registration?
What domains can I register? What domains can I register?
If I register a domain with easyhostdomain.com, do I need to register it anywhere else? If I register a domain with easyhostdomain.com, do I need to register it anywhere else?
How long can a domain name be, and what characters/numbers or symbols can it contain? How long can a domain name be, and what characters/numbers or symbols can it contain?
What does TLD Mean? What does TLD Mean?
What is domain name parking? How much does it cost? What is domain name parking? How much does it cost?
How do I know if my domain name is taken? How do I go about getting my domain name or names? How do I know if my domain name is taken? How do I go about getting my domain name or names?
Do I have to be a 'company' to register a domain name? Do I have to be a "company" to register a domain name?
Does a company or individual need to be located in the United States to register a domain name? Does a company or individual need to be located in the United States to register a domain name?
What is the difference between .com, .net, .org and .info? What is the difference between .com, .net, .org and .info?
Can I resell my domain name? Can I resell my domain name?
What is a sub-domain and how does it work? What is a sub-domain and how does it work?
How long should I register my domains? How long should I register my domains?
Who is the owner of the domains I register? Who is the owner of the domains I register?
Can I transfer the name to another domain name registrar if I am not satisfied with the service? Can I transfer the name to another domain name registrar if I am not satisfied with the service?
Do I always have the right of first refusal to renew my domain registration before it expires? Do I always have the right of first refusal to renew my domain registration before it expires?
What are my payment methods? What are my payment methods?

Questions & Answers

What is domain registration?
After you register a domain, you take ownership of that domain for the term of the registration period. That period is in one year segments, for up to 10 years at a time. You can add years up to the limit. You must renew your registration when its term is complete. You also have the right to renew your domain at anytime while you own it. No other person may register a domain while it is under your ownership.

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What domains can I register?
The domain name you are going to search must be more than 2 characters and less than 64 characters in length.
Try to avoid searching by using a symbol or invalid domain format because it can be a cause of error.

Suggestions for choosing a good domain name
When you start to create your domain names it’s better to do not register a domain names in too long or too many syllables. You can register names up to 63 characters long, but that doesn't mean that you need to use all those 63 characters.

If you want to make your name to be easy to remember it should be a fitting one. Not everyone will bookmark your page initially so try to think of something that can be easily to remember.

Use hyphens if your name is more than 3 words long or your name includes 3 short words. A name like easybuying.com doesn't really need a hyphen because it's readable the way it is.

Protect your name by registering multiple extensions (.net, .org, etc.) This is to prevent someone from copying your name.

You don't have to build a site on all the domains, but you can reserve the others to keep people from registering them.

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How long can a domain name be, and what characters/numbers or symbols can it contain?
- A domain name can be up to 63 characters PLUS the extension (.com, .net, .org etc.)

- Keep in mind that domain names longer than 22 characters (plus the extension) may not be compatible with older browsers, e-mail programs or certain Internet applications.

- A domain name can contain characters (A-Z), numbers (0-9), or both.

- A domain name can contain a dash "-" (example: psych-online.com).

- "Case" (upper or lower) does not matter with domain names. The domain name "Larry.com" is the same as "LARRY.COM" or "LarRy.Com".

- Names are assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Subject to any trademark, legal, or ICANN rules or changes, once you register a name it's yours as long as the appropriate initial and renewal fees are paid. (Please note that registration of a domain name, does not prevent a company or individual with an exact or similar trademark from raising objections to the registration through legal or domain dispute methods. Please make a good faith effort not to infringe on known trademarks.)

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What does TLD Mean?
TLD stands for "Top Level Domain", so ".com", ".net", ".org", ".edu", ".gov" are all examples of TLD's.

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What is domain name parking? How much does it cost?
Because domain names are selling so quick then many people choose to buy and save their domain names even though they have not yet built the web site associated with the name. This is called domain name parking. Once you've bought a domain name. If you buy a domain name through us, your name will be parked and saved on our servers automatically. You don't have to use it until you want to.

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How do I know if my domain name is taken? How do I go about getting my domain name or names?
To check and see if your domain name is taken, use our free domain name search tool. You can search as many times as you like. If someone has taken your domain name, you can check to see who owns it.

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Do I have to be a "company" to register a domain name?
No, individuals and organizations can also register domain names.

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Does a company or individual need to be located in the United States to register a domain name?
No, we can register .com, .net, or .org and .info for companies, organizations or individuals located anywhere in the world.

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What is the difference between .com, .net, .org and .info?
- ".com" names were originally designated for commercial (for profit) organizations or individuals but now are typically used for any purpose.

- ".net" was originally for network providers, but can now be used for any purpose, commercial, non-profit, or personal.

- ".org" was orignally designated for non-profit organizations or groups, but now can be used for any purpose, commercial, non-profit, or personal.

- ".info" is a new general purpose TLD that can be used for any purpose.

- ".edu" is for 4-year, degree granting colleges/universities ONLY.

- ".gov" is for US Federal Government agencies ONLY.

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Can I resell my domain name?
Yes for sure, once you've registered it, it's yours. You can sell it to whomever you like. In fact, if you have a good domain name, reselling it could be quite Profitable. The domain name business.com recently sold for over 7 million dollars! Simply contact us and we will transfer the domain name to your buyer.

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What is a sub-domain and how does it work?
Sub-domain is a part of the domain name and it is usually used for having a mini-site of a different section for your same business site. For example, youreasydomain.com is your domain name and the main site where your blog's site will be blog.yourdomain.com, the only purpose of the sub-domain's is to separate and make easier to remember to the visitor the specific section's of your web site.

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How long should I register my domains?
Choosing the longest term possible is the best way to make sure your name is always yours. However, as long as you are sure to keep your contact information up to date on the online control panel, you will receive renewal invoices prior to the current expiration term of your domain. And as long as you pay the renewal invoice in a timely manner it will secure your domain for another term. To avoid any potential problems the 10 year registration term is the safest bet. Registering your domains for the longest term possible will also protect you from future inflation in registration fees.

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Who is the owner of the domains I register?
Who is the owner of the domains I register? You are the owner and will remain the owner as long as you pay your registration renewal fees at the end of your current registration term. Your ownership of the name means you can change any information you want on the domain, sell the name, transfer it anywhere you like, and use whatever hosting or email services you want.

You are not leasing the name and we take no ownership interest in your names. We do not require any advertising on your site or anything of the sort.

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Can I transfer the name to another domain name registrar if I am not satisfied with the service?
Yes, as long as your initial registration is over 60 days old, you may transfer your domain to another registrar.

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Do I always have the right of first refusal to renew my domain registration before it expires?
Yes, you will always be sent a renewal notice to the current billing contact. As long as you pay it in a timely fashion your domain will remain in your control. The billing contact and all registrant information can be changed on your online control panel.

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What are my payment methods?
We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

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