Domain Name, What is it?
How Does It Work?
What Does It Do For Me?

A Web Address or domain name is your unique address on the Internet. Your Web Address (my-company.com) directs visitors to your home page on the Web. It can also be used as part of your e-mail address. For example: sales@my-company.com.

Similar to how your house address indicates where you live in the world, a domain name indicates where your web site's location is on the Internet. Generally people want domain names that are easy to remember so that others can locate their web site very easily.

A Web Address is the best way to establish an online identity and the easiest, quickest way to join the e-commerce revolution. A .com Web Address is recognized worldwide as an online business, but .net and .org are also widely used.


Search for any Domain Name
in the World



Step 1: Enter a word or phrase that you would like to use as a domain name. Domain names can be up
to 63 characters long and may contain a-z, 0-9 and hyphens "-".

Step 2: Enter your preferred domain extension (.com, .org, .net) after your domain name.

Step 3: Click on the Search button and we'll check the registry database to see if the name you've
chosen is available
.