How do I register a domain name for my business?
If you are looking for a business domain, then free domains are definitely NOT the way to go - you never really own the domain, and the real owners can do what they like with it. It is not too costly to register a domain, I use GoDaddy and 1and1 internet for my domain registration services, you will also need to build the website and get a hosting plan in place too. More about hosting and domain reg here: http://www.livewyre.net/cheapwebhosting.php some links below for ideas on how to make your own website for free, or at least for not very much...
by livewyre - 20 hours ago
I have been using http://www.007names.com (horrible website) for years, they are located in the states, have great prices and have always been available when I have done something goofy (like misspell my clients domain!). I highly recommend them.
by Tor - 20 hours ago
Contrary to other answers here, you in fact can get a free domain name, for example, on http://www.getfreedomain.name For a complete newbie, though, the easiest way to start off a website is with wix.com where you get a *.wix.com subdomain and you can edit the site look and content with ease.
by Thy - 20 hours ago
There are no free domain names, but you can purchase one starting around $10 a year. GoDaddy is the cheapest for domain names, although I don't really recommend them for hosting your website. Check out Host Gator, Blue Host, and Siteground, also. Choosing a website host depends a bit on what type of site you plan on running.
by Starlight - 20 hours ago
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