For domain name registration,
A, Immediate processing: Your registration order will be processed immediately once submitted.
B, Many domain name for registration, in Chinese or English;
C, Support Chinese sub-domains and multilevel sub-domain names;
D, Complete control of domain name;
E, Best support: We offer high quality support, you can contact us in many ways, such as online chat, telephone or emails;
F, The best protections for your domain name;
G, Free URL forwarding, Free Email Forwarding, Free DNS record update of A, MX, CNAME records.
As a well-known domain registrar, we will provide the best service with our speciality.
With domain name registration, you can:
a) Host a website with your domain name;
b) Have a personal webpage on your own domain name;
c) Blog on your domain name website;
d) Have an email address related with your domain name;
There are some rules you should do for the domain name registration:
a) The domain name is only formed of letters(a-z),numbers(0-9),and hyphen;
b) Hyphen can not be at the first or last position;
c) The length of the domain name should not exceed 63 characters.
1.Q: How do domain names work?
A domain name works like an address forwarding service. All of your Web site content sits on a computer with a unique address. This is called an IP address. An IP address is made up of a series of numbers, such as 184.108.40.206. Your domain name directs visitors to your site using this IP address.We use domain names instead of IP addresses because most people find it easier to remember a name rather than a series of numbers.
2.Q: Why should I register more than one domain name?
If you're thinking about registering more than one domain name, you've got the right idea. Registering and using multiple domain names is great for building your business and can help you create a dynamic online identity. When you register multiple domain names, you can: Keep your competition from registering a domain name that draws customers to them instead of you; Promote the different products and services you offer; Drive more traffic to your Web site; Enjoy more opportunities to market to--and be listed in--search engines; Create distinct advertising strategies that reach different target markets; Provide customers more ways to find you when searching the Internet; Capture common misspellings of your domain name, instead of sending visitors to an error page; Protect your brand and online identity from those who may have unsavory purposes.
3.Q: Checking if a Domain Name is Available?
To get started, you need to check and see if the domain name you want is available. a.Go to our Home Page. b.In the Enter a domain name search box, type in the domain name you are interested in. c.Select a top-level domain from the drop-down list (.com, .org, .net). d.Click Search. If the domain you want is available, you can follow the instructions on the page to proceed to the next steps in the registration procedure. If the domain name you requested is already taken, we will present you with some available alternatives. For example, you may be able to select a .info or .ws top-level domain, rather than a .com. So, you could register www.domainnamehere.info, instead of www.domainnamehere.com.
4.Q: What is a second-level domain (SLD)?
Located immediately to the left of the dot (" . "), the second-level domain is the readable part of the domain name. The registrant defines the second-level domain. It typically refers to the organization or entity associated with the IP address. For example, in www.cnn.com "cnn" is a second-level domain. Second-level domains can be divided into further domain levels. For example: www.sportsillustrated.cnn.com. These sub domains sometimes represent different computer servers within departments. More than one second-level domain name can be used for the same IP address.
5.Q: What is a top-level domain (TLD)?
A top-level domain (TLD) is the part of the domain name located to the right of the dot (" . "). The most common top-level domains are .com, .net, and .org. Some other popular top-level domains are .biz, .info, .name, and .ws. These common top-level domains have certain guidelines attached, but are for the most part available to any registrant, anywhere in the world. There are also restricted top-level domains (rTLDs), like .aero, .biz, .edu, .mil, .museum, .name, and .pro, that require the registrant to represent a certain type of entity, or to belong to a certain community. For example, the .name TLD is reserved for individuals and .edu is reserved for educational entities. Country-code TLDs (ccTLDs) are for Web sites and registrants of a particular geographic location. For example: bz (Belize), .ca (Canada), .dk (Denmark), .ec (Ecuador), ie (Republic of Ireland), .uk (United Kingdom), .us (United States), and .zw (Zimbabwe).
6.Q: Can I change a domain name or get a refund if I misspelled it when I ordered it?
Unfortunately, we are unable to change or edit the spelling of a domain name after it has been registered. We try to register the domain exactly as you enter it. Should the registration succeed, you will be charged, even if the domain you entered was not what you actually intended to type.
7.Q: If I register a domain from you, will I be listed as its registrant?
Any public domain registration that you register through us will have your name as the registrant, just as if you had registered it through any other ICANN certified Registrar like Network Solutions/Verisign or Register.com. You will be able to change all four contact fields for the domain whenever you want. You can change the name servers for your domain or use the domain to register your own name servers. We do not charge for any of these services. You are free to work with your domain however and whenever you want to.
8.Q: How can you charge so much less for domain registration than other registrars? We do not purchase domains through Network Solutions, Register.com or any other company. We are a fully accredited Registrar of domain names. ICANN, the governing body of domain names, has approved us as a registrar. Our registration services compete directly with those of Network Solutions/Verisign and Register.com. Our prices for these services are simply better. There are no hidden fees and no gimmicks. We do not make you use our hosting services with your domain name. We are able to offer these prices by accepting lower profit margins than others might be inclined to, and by striving to keep our operations efficient.
9.Q: What do I do with my domain once it's been registered?
Besides setting up your web site, there are a number of other things you can do with your domain once you register it. Domain names can be a great investment. If you have registered a domain name that you are not using, maybe someone else can. Go to the Account Manager and set up a For Sale parked page for your domain name. Don't forget to include your contact information. Protect your brand online. The more domain names you register, the better you can prevent others from registering a similar domain name to yours to steal away your customers. What to do with all these names? Forward them to your main domain name. Hold on to it. Maybe you have not decided what to do with your new domain name. There is no rush. You can leave it parked with us for the term of your registration.
10.Q: IDNs: Frequently Asked Questions Can I register domain name for my company or products?
Can Chinese, Korean, Japanese or other non-English internationalized names be with domain extension like .com or .net?
Yes. You can register an Internationalized Domain Name ending in .com or .net, if available. So, you can seek to register your business name just as you would write it, complete with Chinese or Korean or Japanese or other non-English characters. Internationalized Domain Names are domain names represented by native scripts defined in unicode 3.2. For example, a Chinese domain name would be followed by .com, .net, .biz, .cc. This is just one way that .com and .net can reflect your business's origin and values.
Why do I need an Internationalized Domain Name with extension .com or .net?
It is simple, an Internationalized Domain Name ending in .com or .net enables you to extend your online identity in China or Korea or Japan and other countries around the world. An Internationalized Domain Name can provide you with a more effective way to reach your target markets in your customers' preferred language and script. They also eliminate the need to translate or transliterate your brand into English characters for use as an Internet address. Furthermore, Internationalized Domain Names ending in .com or .net are based on international standards to help navigate the Internet in non-Ascii and certain non-English languages, such as Chinese, Korean or Arabic, etc.