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Domain names can be registered with an independent domain registrar, or with a web hosting provider that will host the website attached to the name. They are responsible for checking name availability and maintaining records on registered domains. Domain name registrars must be accredited by Top Level Domain registries, which are in turn accredited by ICANN.
Registrars don’t provide web hosting; they simply manage the databases of domain names in use. If you don’t currently have domain web hosting, or you’re simply reserving your ideal domain name or names for later use, registrars can “park” your domain name temporarily until you’re ready to launch your site. If you’ve already set up an account with a hosting provider, you can complete the entire name search and registration process on the provider’s site.
To register the domain, you’ll simply need to provide your chosen name and some information about yourself as the registrant who will be responsible for the domain. Registrars typically request standard contact information such as a physical address, phone number, and email address. This information goes into a Whois database, which stores contact information about domain registrants and makes it available to the public, so that anyone can look up the owner of a domain. If you are worried about privacy, many registrars offer privacy protection packages for a small fee.
To complete the domain name registration process, you’ll be asked to sign a contract. It’s important to review the registrar’s contract carefully since it generally contains provisions about things like transferring your domain from one registrar to another, or limits on the length of time a domain can remain parked without being deleted. These time limits allow other users to register domain names that have lapsed into inactivity.
You’ll also need to select a term when it comes time to renew your domain name, typically one, three, or five years, and then pay the required fees for your chosen term. Although people speak about “buying” a domain name, in reality, users are simply paying for its use for a particular period of time. If a domain name isn’t renewed at the appropriate time, it could lapse and become available again. Unused and lapsed domains are often bought and sold at online auctions and domain marketplaces.The following are bluehost pricing after the first registration discount
Before you can host a domain name, you need to first of all register your desired domain name and after you have registered your domain name then follow this simple guide to host your domain @bluehost
The following are bluehost pricing after the first registration di scount
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