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Domain names are words or phrases that are combined with a domain TLD to access a website through a browser.  In simple terms, the domain name is just the name of your web site. It is important to note that it is possible to have several domain names pointing to the same web site through the process of URL forwarding.
It is also possible to own a domain name without associating it with a website; when this is done it is called a “parked” domain, as it is not yet being used.
Registering a domain is usually a simple process, and most people can do so without assistance. However, if you're having trouble understanding the domain name registration process, then you may want to consider the following information.

People  should be careful while choosing a domain name. A domain name can help you find more business enquiries for you. Domain name of a company or a brand should  be small but if you are making a website just for Google search content, then your domain name may be bigger so that your domain is more relevant on Google search. While choosing an extension of a website should be more aware.  We always prefer a  .com or the extension where you want business to come from.  Like if you are in UK and then go for .com and .co.uk extensions, so that our clients gets the benefits of local business listing automatically.

Frequently Asked Questions


A Domain name can contain the numbers 0-9, the letters a-z and the hyphen character ("-"). Note however that Domain names cannot begin or end with a hyphen. You can use UPPERCASE or lowercase letters when registering a Domain name, but you may occasionally run into problems if you mix cASes, depending on the exact configuration of the web server that will be hosting your website.

The easiest way to make sure your Domain name will not cause you any problems later is to register it using all lowercase letters.

A Domain name can contain up to 67 characters, although some Domain registrars have still not reconfigured their services to accommodate these longer Domain names (Domain names used to be limited to 26 characters until mid-1999).

This 67 character limit includes the "." (dot) and the top level Domain. So in the case of a ".com" name, for instance, you'll be able to specify up to 63 characters yourself.

Some top Domains from specific countries have additional limitations on length and on the number of characters in a Domain. Some even specify a minimum length for a Domain name, such as 3 characters or more.

There are many different ways to research Domain names and to find inspiration for new Domain names to register. The way you research Domain names will be colored to a large extent by the intended use for the Domain name i.e. is it being registered for a new or existing site, for investment purposes or to "protect" an established brand or trademark.

You're looking for a Domain name for a new website

Start by noting down what the site will be about, in a paragraph or two. Then boil down this description into a maximum of 2 sentences. Don't worry about covering all the details - just make sure you're addressing the essentials of what the site will be about.

Now take your short description, and underline all the "key" words that describe your site. Let's take a specific (fictional) example:-

"Our website will be the leading source of information on weaving and knitting, providing knitting patterns and design ideas, an introduction to weaving, a guide to selecting and caring for looms, and a store for people to buy wool, yarn and books."

Now try to come up with a Domain name that either addresses the one fundamental concept of the site, or that marries two or more key concepts in a single name.

In our example: weavingandknitting.com, knittingandweaving.com, knittingpatterns.com, knittingworld.com, weavingworld.com etc.

Once you've drawn up a short-list of Domain names to "test" for availability, it's time to fire up your favorite Domain name search engine.

If you're having difficulty coming up with useful Domain name combinations from your keywords, try a single keyword and add prefixes or suffixes. Not all prefixes and suffixes are appropriate in all situations - use your judgment when deciding which to add.

Common Prefixes
e, e-, my, i, i-, the, online, net, web, internet, hot, cool, our, your

Common Suffixes
world, links, site, web, net, resource, business, company, corp, inc, shop, store, mall, search, directory, guide

You're looking for a Domain name for an existing website

In the case that you're looking to buy a Domain name for a website that is already up and running, your options will be more limited than if you're starting from scratch.

First, have you already been operating the site under a clearly-recognizable "name" or "title"? Even if your site is hosted on cheap space at an ISP, or on a free host, you may have given it a short title in large letters (or in a logo). This is the obvious place to start when looking for a Domain name.

If your site's name (as given in its title) is very generic, you may well find one (or many) other sites already using it - and the corresponding Domain name(s) long since gone. In that case, you have to decide whether you will make a bid to buy the Domain name you want from its current owner, look for an alternative extension or use the brainstorming tricks outlined earlier in this article to find a suitable alternative. You can also consult the guide to choosing the right Domain name for more help.

There are many uses for Domain Names.

Domain names can be used to establish a unique identity in cyberspace

Companies often choose a domain name that corresponds to their company name. For instance, Net4India's web site is at net4india.com and Yahoo is at yahoo.com.

Generic domain names are popular

A generic domain name is one that would not immediately be associated with a company, but instead is a name that defines an entire category of business. Some examples of generic names include movies.com, flowers.com and essay.com. Companies have gone on to create successful brands based on a generic domain name, and these names tend to be very valuable if the word is a common one.

Domain names can be resold, leased and bartered

As well as being used to identify a website, domain names can be resold to other companies or people, leased or even bartered for other names or for goods or services. A whole industry has sprung up around the resale of domain names, with domain brokers acting as middlemen in the sales process. The profits from a successful sale can be enormous compared to the original value of the name, since some domains have sold for over $1 million - and cost under $100 to register!

Domain names can be used to give yourself a unique, permanent email address

Many companies will set you up with email forwarding, where messages sent to @yourdomain.com will be redirected to your existing mailbox as provided by your ISP. This lets you choose a truly unique email address and keep the same email address regardless of which ISP you use to access the Internet.

Domain names can be used to improve a site's ranking in certain search engines

Although the rules by which search engines "rank" sites when returning search results change often, some search engines have recently been favoring sites with their own domain names over sites that do not have a domain name of their own. Some search engines even give increased relevancy to domain names that contain "keywords" that people search for. For example, a search engine might rate a site with the domain name "freestuffguide.com" more highly than a site with the domain name "freebieguide.com" for the search "free stuff" since the former domain name contains the search terms being searched for.

There are many uses for Domain Names. Domain names can be used to establish a unique identity in cyberspace. Companies often choose a domain name that corresponds to their company name. For instance, Web4Bharat web site is at web4bharat.com and Yahoo is at yahoo.com.

Generic domain names are popular. A generic domain name is one that would not immediately be associated with a company, but instead is a name that defines an entire category of business. Some examples of generic names include movies.com, flowers.com and essay.com. Companies have gone on to create successful brands based on a generic domain name, and these names tend to be very valuable if the word is a common one.

Domain names can be resold, leased and bartered. As well as being used to identify a website, domain names can be resold to other companies or people, leased or even bartered for other names or for goods or services. A whole industry has sprung up around the resale of domain names, with domain brokers acting as middlemen in the sales process. The profits from a successful sale can be enormous compared to the original value of the name, since some domains have sold for over $1 million - and cost under $100 to register!

Domain names can be used to give yourself a unique, permanent email address. Many companies will set you up with email forwarding, where messages sent to @yourdomain.com will be redirected to your existing mailbox as provided by your ISP. This lets you choose a truly unique email address and keep the same email address regardless of which ISP you use to access the Internet.

Domain names can be used to improve a site's ranking in certain search engines. Although the rules by which search engines "rank" sites when returning search results change often, some search engines have recently been favoring sites with their own domain names over sites that do not have a domain name of their own. Some search engines even give increased relevancy to domain names that contain "keywords" that people search for. For example, a search engine might rate a site with the domain name "freestuffguide.com" more highly than a site with the domain name "freebieguide.com" for the search "free stuff" since the former domain name contains the search terms being searched for.

Registering a Domain Name
Step 1
To register Domain Names on this website, use the Domain search box on the home page of this website.

In the Domain, search box on the home page enter the Domain Name you want, select an extension for your Domain Name and start your search by clicking on the Search button.

Step 2
The result page will show you whether the Domain is available or not. If your Domain Name is available, you may proceed to register by selecting the checkbox against the Domain Name you want along with the term for registration.
If the Domain is not available then you will have to resume your search again.

Step 3
Enter your UserName and Password in User Login window. In case, you are a New User, click on Register! Which will lead you to a New User Registration Form. Please complete this form and Submit. Registration is absolutely free of cost. Once you are registered member you can use your membership for availing all the services and products available here.

Step 4
Fill in the Domain Registration Form and Submit. Kindly ensure that you enter all the mandatory fields.

Step 5
Once you have confirmed the order you will get an order code along with the amount that you are required to pay.

The Domain Names are booked on first-come-first-serve basis. Please arrange to send the payment immediately to enable completion of the registration process.
After receipt of your payment, you will receive an acknowledgement for the same. You will also receive a confirmation of your Domain Name having been registered.
Kindly note that it takes about 48 hrs, for the Registry database to update a new Registration and reflect it on the 'Whois Search'.

 

For any query email us at info@web4bharat.com or contact us at 09266331234
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