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Anyone can purchase a domain name. You just go to a domain host or registrar, find a name no one else is using, and pay a small annual fee to own it.
|Domain||Registration Price||Renewal Price||Transfer Price||Minimum Term|
|.com Hot||$13.01 $20||$13.01||$13.01||1 years|
|.net||$13.50 $20||$13.50||$13.50||1 years|
A domain name is the thing that looks like yourname.com. It represents the permanent URL (or "web address") of your website. The purpose of a domain name is to make it easier for your users to remember how to get to your website. All your users need to do is type your domain name into their browser and your website appears.
You can renew your domain by contacting your Domain Provider. Some Domain Providers will allow your domain to “auto-renew”. This means that when the domain comes up for renewal, you do not have to go through the renewal procedure manually. If domain is critical to your business, it is a very good idea to have the domain set to renew automatically each year. You should contact your Domain Provider to discuss this option.
Generic top-level domains (gTLDs) don't target specific countries. If your site has a generic top-level domain, such as .com, .org, or any of the domains listed below, and targets users in a particular geographic location, you can provide us with information that will help us determine how your site appears in our search results. ccTLD identifiers are two letters long, and all two-letter top-level domains are ccTLDs.