Domain Names

A domain name is a word or group of words used to uniquely identify your website.

An individual domain name is essential to any website and fast becoming prime real estate investments, on the internet.

If anyone tries to tell you that they can arrange a domain name for you, please beware that they may become the owner of that domain name.  The only way to make sure that you own your domain name is to buy it yourself.

Register domain names with The Net Unleashed with just a few very simple steps. Our effortless domain names registration process means you can own one, or multiple domain names in minutes.

The quicker you secure your domain name, the quicker it stops anyone else from getting the name you want.

Much like a physical address a domain name serves two main purposes…

1. It’s the address of your website.

By typing your domain name into the address bar, visitors are directed to your website, in the same way they could search your physical address and arrive at your business.

2. It’s also used as a mailing address.

People can send emails to an email address that uses your domain name.  This email will arrive in your inbox.  This mirrors sending a regular letter to your business address where it will arrive in your post box.

Domain names come with hundreds of different extensions known as top-level-domains, such as .com, com.au and .co.nz. In most cases they represent the geographic location or country of the website that the domain name was registered for.