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.COMs starting at $11.99*
.NETs starting at $14.99*
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*Pricing excludes applicable taxes and ICANN fees.
Each and every domain name comes with all you need to get online.
- 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.
Domain Disclaimers: Special savings apply only to first year of registration. 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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Domain Name FAQs
What is a domain name?
A domain name is simply a human-readable form of an IP address. In other words, it is the destination address (URL) you type in to access a website. Instead of typing a string of numbers like 22.214.171.1244, you would type www.google.com.
What is domain name registration?
It’s the process of finding a web address (like evolve.domains or google.com), and then signing up to use it. Think about it like renting an apartment, rather than buying a house. You technically don’t own the domain, but once you’ve registered it, you’re free to keep it as long as you continue paying the annual registration fee.