Creating a Domain: the next step

A domain is defined as an area of territory owned or controlled by a ruler or government. It is no different when it concerns the internet. Essentially, a domain is an “area” (a webpage) that is controlled by a company or individual with the rights to that domain.
On the Internet, a domain name is a unique identity. Any individual, business or organization planning to have a significant Internet presence should invest in a domain name. Having a personalized domain name, website and email addresses will give the company or individual along with its service or product a more professional look and feel.
So where or what does one need to do to go buy or invest in a domain? This is a common misconception about domains. You don’t actually buy the domain name, you rent it from your registrar. The price you pay them is for the service of routing the domain name to an actual server. Without that service a domain name would lead nowhere, they have to point visitors to the right server. They need servers to do that, which you pay for.
There are multiple places to go that provide access to domain servers. WHOIS.net, NameCheap.com, and NameSip.com are few popular providers. However, GoDaddy.com is probably the most recognized out of all of them due to the amount of advertising they do in today’s media.
Investin and creating a domain is a major step in the publicity of a business, company, or individual. It allows consumers to connect to the company on the world wide web while still associating the website with a businesses name, logo, slogan, etc.
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