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Internationalized Domain Names (IDN)
Register .COM, .NET, .ORG and other popular domain names in any one of over 100 native languages, ranging from Afrikaans to Vietnamese. Search using English or native character sets.
We make domain ownership easier, faster and more private.
From protecting your privacy with an “unlisted” registration to transferring domains in bulk, you’ll find it all here.
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.
Total DNS Control
Manage your domain nameserver (DNS) records and set your email, FTP, sub-domains and website location — all from one control panel.
Monitor the status of your domain and get instant alerts if there’s been a change.
Domain locking prevents accidental or intentional transfers of domain ownership and stops anyone from redirecting your nameservers.
Change of Registration
Assign your domain name to someone else or change the contacts for your domain online anytime. Requires a fee for domains.
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.
Bulk Domain Registration FAQs
What is bulk domain registration?
Multiple domain names can be registered at once using the bulk domain registration tool. With our bulk domain name search, it is simple to look for and register several domains simultaneously. First, enter your domain names and search if you have a list of domain names. Next, choose the domain names you want to register in bulk, then continue.
Is there a simple search for bulk domain name registrations?
With our bulk domain registration search tool, you don’t have to worry about registering too many domains. You can type up to 500 domain names into the box, but make sure to put each on a separate line. We provide two lists: “My Selected Domain Names” and “Unavailable Domain Names.” You can either browse the list and choose the domains you want to register one at a time. Alternatively, you can use the Select All option to register every available name instantly.
Do you provide discounts for registering several domain names?
What if someone else has already registered the domain name I want?
My domain name was misspelled. What's next?
Even if a domain name is misspelled, once you register it, it becomes yours. Therefore, if the desired domain is still available, we advise you to register it immediately. But if you want to cancel the misspelled domain, we can’t give you any of the registration fees back. You can keep the incorrectly spelled domain and point it toward your primary (properly spelled) domain name. Others that are seeking your website can type in your name incorrectly. A misspelled domain may attract customers who might otherwise visit elsewhere.
Why should I buy many domain names in bulk?
There are several benefits to owning multiple domain names. For example, businesses often buy misspellings of their names to attract Web users who have trouble spelling or typing. The intent is to sell some of the domains they register for hundreds or even thousands of dollars. The bulk domain search tool is essential for them.
Other benefits of registering several domain names include: preventing rivals from using a domain name that sounds similar to yours to entice customers to buy from them instead of you. Promote distinct product lines on different websites. You can get many more people to visit your website by pointing your keyword domains at it.
Increase the likelihood that significant search engines will list your website: To target specific consumer segments, choose domain names that appeal to them. Give your customers more ways to reach you online and protect your brand name and online identity from squatters who might charge you a lot of money for domains that sound similar. For example, with our bulk domain name registration search tool, you can check the availability of a maximum of 500 domain names at once.
Can I re-register an expired domain?
What are the benefits of bulk domain name registration?
Defend your brand against rivals: Unfortunately, the World Wide Web provides greater chances for brutality in the dog-eat-dog business world. Nothing will prevent your competitors from registering the same domain with one of the more widely used extensions, such as “yourbrand.net” or “yourbrand.org,” and directing it to their website if you choose to register the name “yourbrand.com” and leave it at that.
Customers will find this perplexing, and if they like what they see on a competitor’s website, you risk losing them. Additionally, they can approach you in the future to repurchase the domain names at a much higher price than if you had just bought them right now.
By buying many domains for one website, you can protect your brand from people who might try to steal it. Implement a 301 redirect so that when a person types one of these domains into their browser’s address bar, their primary website is displayed instead. The advantage of bulk domain registration is that you can easily set up redirects from your account.
Easily pinpoint a particular population or location: It’s wise to register different domains to explain your website’s or subdomain’s target audience. For example, you could make “yourbrand.mom” if your website has a section with products aimed at mothers or “yourbrand.coffee” if you want to attract people who like coffee.
If your website serves people in more than one location, you should also buy the TLD for that location. These are frequently nation-specific, although you can focus on cities if necessary. For example, “.us” and “.africa” are examples of country-code TLDs, while “.london” and “.melbourne” are examples of city-code TLDs. This is another thing to consider before purchasing, since some location-based TLDs have unique registration criteria (such as your business being located in a particular nation). Sub-brands and subdomains of your primary brand or website should be distinguished clearly.
An excellent strategy to separate your extension brands from your primary brand and offer your primary brand more room on search engine results pages is to create different domain names and websites for each of your extension brands (SERPs). Many well-known companies already practice this. Procter & Gamble is a good example. Like Crest, Pampers, and many other brands, the American multinational has different websites for each brand.
An exciting technique to separate product pages is using multiple TLDs. For example, let’s say you have a sports website where you sell many different items related to many different sports. Then, use different extensions to differentiate between other product pages, such as .bike for cycling products, .run for running products, .tennis, .soccer, .ski, and so on.
Increase the significance and distinctiveness of your TLD: Your primary domain name’s cool and inventive variations are ideal for increasing memorability. In addition, you can select TLDs that clearly state what your website is about. For example, “.film” for a website that reviews movies, “.fashion” for articles on fashion, or “.blog” for your website’s blog area.
Last.fm, a service for keeping track of music, is one of the best ways to use a TLD creatively. “FM” is a two-letter TLD that will always be connected to music and radio transmissions. Urly, a URL shortener, is available. It is brief and direct. Also, you can make the URL of your website a single word by using one of the many TLDs that are easy to find. Digital agency Modern Tribe handles this exceptionally well with their tri.be domain.
Detect incorrect type-in traffic: typos and misspellings happen. This could be the case even if your domain name doesn’t use standard spelling or has hyphens in it. You should choose “yourwebsite.com,” “your-website.com,” and other possible misspellings in addition to other popular TLD extensions like “yourbrand.net,” “yourbrand.org,” and “yourbrand.co” when registering “yourbrand.com.” Make every effort to catch any potential traffic you may miss due to typing errors.
Boost the recognition and identification of your brand: It’s likely that when you initially start, people will need to remember your specific site name. This is primarily a luxury available to well-known brands. Similar to the rationale behind capturing type-in traffic, registering TLD extensions pertinent to your brand that new users are likely to type in is a fantastic strategy to increase website visibility. The more domains that point to your primary website, your brand will become more visible.
Potentially enhance SEO: Search engine optimization (SEO) is something that everyone with a website should be concerned about. Additionally, registering multiple domain names that point to the same website can help search engines find your website more easily. SEO is not affected by domain names by themselves or by linking multiple domain names to the same website. However, it would be best if you highlighted it here.
If your primary website has links to other domains, you must be sure that Google will not index those links as separate sites. Google could punish you for duplicate content if it finds the same information on two domains that Google thinks are separate. You can set up a “301 redirect,” which directs users to your primary domain. For example, people will still be required to go to your website if they put in “yourbrand.ai,” but the web address will now be “yourbrand.com.”
Because of these things, your visibility will increase, increasing your authority on Google. If your website gets more traffic and is more helpful to users, it will do better in the SERPs. Also, if you have several sub-brands under your leading brand and a lot of websites with different content, having multiple domains might help your brand rank higher in the SERPs.
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