We can obtain and register over 500 extensions including .com, .net, .org, ac.uk, gov.uk, gov.scot, gov.wales, llyw.cymru, nen.gov.uk, sch.uk. For prices simply search for your required domain above
Each domain includes
You can create as many forwarding addresses, to send emails to whichever email address you like with any provider you choose (such as Gmail or Outlook
Your website can have as many unique sections as you want with unlimited subdomains. Whether it’s blog.yoursite.com or shop.yoursite.com
Simple domain manager
Simple domain manager
Your IT team will be able to get stuck in easily with the domain manager. From DNS tweaks to ownership updates, it’ll be easy peasy for them.
What is a domain name?
Your domain name is basically your website address, and is how people can access your website on the internet. A domain name can be any combination of letters and numbers, and it must be registered before you can use it. Domain names are unique, so you’ll never find another website with the exact same one. Your domain name forms part of your website URL.
Why do I need a domain name?
Without a domain name, your website won’t be accessible by anyone. It’s important to choose a domain name that people will remember, and that is linked to your business.
Will registering a domain name protect my business?
It’s important these days to secure a domain name that matches your company name, if at all possible. Your domain name can’t be copied by anyone else so it can help to protect your business. There are other ways to further protect your business name, such as registering a trade mark.
Why is there a price difference between top-level domains?
The top-level domain is the very end of your website URL and appears after your domain name. While it used to be all about .com and .co.uk there are now a whole range of domain options, such as .me, .accountants, .ninja and many more. The traditional domain name endings have fixed prices that have been negotiated with the non-profit organisation called the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). However, the newer range of creative domain endings are wide open to change, with the prices based on supply and demand.
Who owns my domain name once it is registered?
When registering your domain name, the individual who is listed in the registration process becomes the legal owner. There are other contacts mentioned in the process, such as admin, technical and billing, but only the person or organisation listed as the registrant/owner is the official legal owner of the domain name.
Who is a domain registrant?
The individual or organisation that registers and owns the domain name is known as the domain registrant. It’s just a fancy name for the domain name owner!