FIND A GREAT DOMAIN

3 TIPS TO FIND THE IDEAL DOMAIN NAME

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Keep your domain name short, Use keywords in your domain name search and Make it easy to pronounce and spell.

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Relevant words help users find you in a search, Keep it unique and Avoid hyphens in domain name and Research your domain name.

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It's a good idea not to exceed 2-3 words, Act quickly before someone else takes it, Use domain generators for clever ideas.

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DOMAIN TRANSFERS MADE EASY

Domain Transfer Made Easy · Unlock your domains and request their EPP codes This must be done at your current registrar of record (not HostOnion).

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WHY REGISTER A DOMAIN WITH HOSTONION

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Domain Renewal

Protect your domain from expiring and accidentally being lost by enabling auto-renewal. Switch back to manual renewal at any time.

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Domain Locking

Once you find your perfect domain, lock it down to prevent unauthorised transfers. Unlock it for transfers at any time.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Find answers to frequently asked questions about Domains

What is a domain name?

A domain name is a unique name that identifies a website. For example, the domain name of the HostOnion is "hostonion.com." Each website has a domain name that serves as an address, which is used to access the website.

How do domain names work?

Domain names are crucial, as they enable computers to find the server where your website is hosted. Website files can then be retrieved from that server, allowing users to access your site on their browsers.

Why do you need a domain name?

Any business, organization or individual striving to establish online presence should own a domain name. A combination of a domain name, website, and email addresses forms your unique identity online. That, in turn, helps your business create a professional look, increase brand awareness, build credibility, and protect your trademarks and copyrights.

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Domain Privacy Protection

Protect yourself against online scammers and attackers by keeping your personal info private when you register a new domain for your website.