Domain Registration

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Domain registration service providers, also referred to as domain registrars, help businesses reserve Internet domain names. Domain registration services are used by organizations to process domain name registration and reserve domain names for a set period of time, typically one or two years. Domain registration providers frequently offer a domain search service to users, which allows them to search for domains and check for their availability. Domain registration services are used by all organizations that wish to create and maintain a website, or to reserve a domain name for future business opportunities. Domain registrars also provide domain transferral services to transfer reserved domains to a new designated registrar, while some provide domain parking services to host a simple web page or advertising space visible by traffic to the site. Registrars of top-level and second-level domains are administered and accredited by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a nonprofit organization that manages the Domain Name System. Some website hosting providers also offer domain registration to help organizations manage their domain names within a hosting package.

To qualify as a domain registration provider, a service provider must:

Provide a searchable domain registry of available domain names
Process domain name registration on behalf of customers to reserve a domain
Offer services to help customers transfer domains to or from other registrars
Be properly accredited by the appropriate domain registry administrative bodies
Facilitate web domain SSL certification

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Domain name searching tool

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