Domain verification tool
The domain checker is a free and reliable tool. It allows you to search the domain name database to verify the availability of a desired domain name. Registering a domain name has never been easier! To use the Domain Checker, enter any name in the search field and rotate it. You will then see a list of viable options and the query you searched for will appear first. In case your domain name is taken, the domain checker will present the closest available options. The wide variety of domain extensions will allow you to choose from several alternatives!
Easy to use
The domain checker is convenient and user-friendly. Use it to find the perfect name in less than a few minutes!
Multiple domain extensions
Domain checker offers a wide range of options. Most popular gTLDs and ccTLDs included!
Instant domain registration
To get you up and running as quickly as possible, all domain names are registered instantly!
It's simple, reliable and fast! Many years in the web hosting business have allowed us to develop a powerful domain verification tool. You can register a domain name in less than a few minutes!
One of our long-term goals has been to provide the most affordable products. Years of studying the competition has finally paid off. We are now proud to offer you one of the cheapest domain registration services on the market. Matching with the domain checker allows you to register the ideal domain both quickly and for the lowest price!
We use an ICANN accredited domain registrar, which is the highest approval status for any domain name provider. This has allowed us to unleash the power of the Internet for millions of people, and now it's your turn to participate.
By default, the personal data of a registered domain name is accessible via the WHOIS database. While large organizations tend to display this information, small bloggers and businesses may have different opinions. If you don't want to display details, we also offer domain privacy services.
Free domain name
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10 tips to find the perfect domain name with Domain Checker
Look for a memorable and catchy domain name. If visitors remember it, there's a chance they'll come back!
Preferably, your domain name should be relevant to your target audience.
Avoid using numbers, dashes and non-unicode characters in the domain name.
Purchasing various extensions and misspelled versions of your domain can help protect your brand. It will also ensure that customers will find your website even if they type it wrong.
Including target keywords in the domain name can slightly improve SEO and search engine ranking.
Don't forget to research whether the domain name you've chosen is protected by another company's trademark or copyright.
If your company operates in a specific country or region, choose a country-specific domain extension.
Don't wait too long! If you find a great option in the domain checker, don't hesitate to register it before someone else takes it.
Try to think of a future-proof domain name. If you go with something overhyped now, you may notice a dip once the hype dies down.
Check if the domain name has a negative meaning in other languages. You don't want visitors to be offended before they even open your website.
Answers to the most frequently asked questions and the most frequently asked questions by domain name verifiers
Everything you need to know about domains and domain checker in one place
What is a domain name?
In other words, a domain is the name of your website. Domains are closely related to web hosting, which is the storage space for website files and data.
A web host is usually a server with an IP address. Since this would be an exhaustive process, this is where domain names come into play. Instead of typing the IP address, we can take advantage of DNS to link a domain and a web host together. And the end result is a website accessible through a domain on the World Wide Web.
What is a TLD?
TLD is the abbreviation for top-level domain. Each domain name consists of a label (i.e., Hosting24) and a TLD (i.e., .com). Historically, each TLD had a designated purpose. For example :
.gov Used by government agencies and entities
.edu Mostly for college and university education
.org For organizations, but currently unrestricted
.com Mainly for commercial use, but currently unrestricted
.net Used for network infrastructures, but now without restriction.
However, nowadays, most extensions are unrestricted and can be used for any purpose. TLDs are also divided into two categories: country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) and generic top-level domains (gTLDs).
What is a ccTLD?
ccTLD is a subcategory TLD that represents the country code top-level domain. They signal to search engines and users that a website is targeting a specific region or country. In addition, these domains are extremely useful for locating a project in other regions. Let's take Google as an example. Their generic site is google.com, but Swedish visitors can access it via google.se.
What is a gTLD?
gTLD stands for generic top-level domain. This subcategory includes the most commonly used domain extensions on the Internet such as .com; .net; .org. When it was launched, it had only a small fraction of the options available today. Today, the gTLD category has grown considerably and includes over 1,200 unique extensions. It includes domains such as .xyz; .name; .online and many more, which are also available in the domain checker.
What is the difference between a domain name and web hosting?
The difference between domain names and web hosting is best understood by a simple comparison. Let's imagine that the Internet is a big city. In turn, domain names are addresses, while web hosting represents houses.
To launch a website, you will need a domain name and a web host. The domain will function as an address, which people will use to find you, while the web host will be the home for your website files.
The domain checker shows my domain name as it was taken. What can I do?
If you are looking for a name taken from the domain checker, it will present you with a list of the closest alternatives that you can register instead. Generally, if you find a really cool domain name and it is already reserved, there are a few approaches you can try:
Register the same domain name with a different extension
Contact the current owner of the domain and ask for a price.
Brainstorm ideas in a different area and look for alternatives.
Which domain extension should I choose?
The general rule is to register a .com version of a domain name if available. It is the most popular TLD extension, so people recognize and remember it easily. However, if you are targeting the audience of a specific country or location, a country code top-level domain (ccTLD) such as .it; .in; .co or similar may be the best choice. If you can't find a .com alternative that isn't taken, you can try other popular extensions, such as .xyz; .net; .org and similar.
How long does it take to register a domain?
Domain registration is instantaneous so you can start working on your project as soon as possible. However, some domain extensions require you to submit additional information. But as soon as it is provided, the domain registration will take place. Keep in mind that domains also need time to start working via the World Wide Web. Once you add a domain name to a web hosting account, it can take up to 24 hours before it is fully propagated.
If I register a domain, will I still own it?
All domains purchased will be owned by the person or entity that registers them. The domain will use your personal data, which will show up in the owner information via any WHOIS database. You will be able to manage and correct this data if necessary. Finally, you can also purchase a domain privacy service in case you do not want personal information to appear in the ownership data.
Can I transfer my domain at any time?
It depends mostly on the situation. New domain registrations cannot be transferred for 60 days due to official ICANN regulations. However, once this time has passed, you can transfer the domain name to any other registrar if the need arises.
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