Domains2021-02-25T15:41:48+00:00

Domain Registration

Features:

  • Simple domain set up. No technical skills required
  • Up to 100 subdomains
  • Real-time monitoring to make sure you’re always up and running
  • Easily forward your domains to any existing website
  • World-class support from a team of web pros standing by ready to assist

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Domain Backorder

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Keep your details private.

As soon as you register with The Creative Depot or any other registrar, your personal information is displayed in a public directory. Hackers and spammers often use this to compile email lists and steal domains. Harsh, but true.

When you add Privacy Protection to your domains, we replace your name and contact details with our partner company’s, Domains By Proxy. No one ever sees your name, address, email, or phone number but us. You still control your domains and all email addressed to them as well as the right to sell, renew, or transfer them. Your domains are still 100% yours, and you can sleep better knowing your personal information isn’t on display to the whole world.

Lock and protect your domain.

Let’s say you forget to renew your domain. Or you change the email address on your domain account. This is all it takes for someone to step in and transfer your domain name away without your permission. Put Business Protection to work on your most important domain names and they’ll be safe for up to 12 months.

Business Protection locks both accidental and malicious domain transfers, keeps your personal details hidden from snoops and crooks, and publishes an online business card so customers and partners can find you.

Common questions:

What’s a domain name?2020-04-21T15:12:30+00:00

A domain name is the name of a website and typically consists of a top-level and second-level domain. A top-level domain (TLD) is the part of the domain name located to the right of the dot, with the most common TLDs being .com, .net and .org as they can be registered by anyone. A second-level domain (SLD) is the part of the domain name located to the left of the dot. For example, the SLD in ‘coolexample.com’ is ‘coolexample’.

In addition to this – since web browsers need IP addresses to communicate with each other – each domain name has a unique IP address assigned to it, much like a street address. When someone enters your domain name into a web browser, the Domain Name System (DNS) translates it into its associated IP address, allowing the browser to locate it and then show you the website associated with it. If you own a business, GoDaddy can help you find a domain name that best suits the business so you can easily promote your website.

Why do I need a domain name?2020-04-21T15:17:49+00:00

A domain name can serve as your distinct identity on the internet. If you want to promote yourself, your brand, or your business, a specialized domain name is essential. A domain that is tailored to your needs will make you look professional and capable and can boost your presence on the web so you get noticed.

If you’re starting a business, a domain name search can help you become discoverable and accessible.

Can I get help in my domain name search?2020-04-21T15:18:28+00:00

Absolutely! Our domain name search tool can assist you by offering suggestions and alternatives to any domain you search for. If you’re still having issues or just want some guidance, our world-class, support team is available to help lead you towards the best domain name possible for your business or personal use.

Is there a limit on how long or short my domain can be?2020-04-21T15:19:10+00:00

Typically, there is a limit to a domain length, with the minimum being 1 character and the maximum being 63 characters. Ideally, you want your domain name to accurately reflect your brand, whether it’s personal or business-oriented.

What if the domain I want is already taken?2020-04-21T15:20:16+00:00

Don’t get discouraged in your domain name search if what you’re looking for is already taken. We have a couple of ways of dealing with such a situation. You can try our Domain Broker Service, where we negotiate acquiring the domain from its current owner. We also offer a Domain Backorder service, where you purchase a backorder credit to give you a chance to get the domain when it goes into auction.

Can I purchase any domain extension?2020-04-21T15:20:53+00:00

A handful of domains will have restrictions on them, which means you can only purchase them if you meet or exceed certain criteria or have authorization (some examples are .gov, .edu and .mil). But most extensions are available to everyone. In fact, most country code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) are available for anyone to purchase, even if you don’t reside in the country code in question.

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