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What is a domain name?

What does it mean to register a domain name?

How long can a name be?

What is a domain name extension?

What about registering all three extensions? Should I?

Who should register a domain name?

What is DNS?

Where do I get information about the DNS?

What is a URL?

Why should I pay for registration when other advertise it for free?

Why are your fees so low?

What are the fees to register a domain name?

What method of payment can I use with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com?

Why do I have to pay in advance?

What if the name I want is taken?

Can I find out who owns a domain name that is already taken?

Could my name be misspelled?

What about long term registration? 5 yrs - 10 yrs?

How long does a registration last?

Can anyone register a top-level domain (.com .net .org) worldwide?

Can someone else register my name while it is being processed through the registry system?

Do I have control of my domain names?

Can I sell my domain name?

Can I move my domain name to a different registrar?

Can I transfer a domain from another registrar to 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com?

How long does it take to register a domain name?

I just registered a domain name but when I type it in my browser nothing came up?

Why doesn't my domain name show up in whois?

How do I change the contact information that is displayed in the whois results for my domain name?

After I register my domain name with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com? What is next?

Are the names we get with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com the same quality as interNIC?

What is ICANN?

Will my name and contact information be publicly available?
URL forwarding?

What is CVV2

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  1. What is a domain name? (www. YourDomainName .com) It is a component of your internet address that is assigned to you that allows someone to locate you on the world wide web. It is your permanent address that can follow you no matter where in the world you might move. This is a very powerful tool for individuals as well as businesses. It allows for email addresses such as (you @ your-name .com), web site addresses (such as this site) personal and business.

  2. What does it mean to register a domain name? When you register a domain name it is assigned/licensed to you and associated with a (DNS) computer on the internet that you designate during the effective period of registration.

  3. How long can a name be? The new long format allows for a minimum of 2 characters up to 63 characters plus the extension. Valid characters are (a-z) and (0-9) and the dash (-) as long as it is contained with in the other characters. It can not be a leading or trailing character. If you use capital letters they will be translated into lower case which is what the domain name system (DNS) recognizes.

  4. What is a domain name extension? (www. your-name .com) It is the (.com, .net, .org .biz .info) that follows the name that you have selected. It can indicate the kind of organization that is hosting the site. .com/commercial, .net/network, .org/nonprofit, .biz/business, .info/informational. These are the most common top level extensions used by individuals and businesses today. More and more people are buying all five to protect their name from others taking advantage of their hard work. Anyone can register a domain name in any of the five extensions if they are available.

  5. What about registering all three extensions? Should I? It is a good idea if you are a business. At today's low prices domain registration is a minor cost compared to the marketing expense over the long term. Someone could cash in on your efforts. If someone else registers the names you could be in a legal fight with no guarantee of success. You know your attorney fees, registration fees in comparison is vary cheap insurance. We have businesses registering many variations of their name. Some businesses have registered as many as 250 domain names.

  6. Who should register a domain name? All businesses especially small businesses need to have a presents right now, not necessarily to gain market share but simply to survive and to be compatible in an environment that eventually will be the primary way that buyer and sellers communicate. This is also the way individuals will communicate. You should have domain names for both you and your business. More and more people are registering domain names for their family while there are still choices. If you are creative and look hard enough you will find a good name. Names are being registered at an incredible rate of over 400,000 per week, but the real rush is yet to come. Some projections are a 93% increase over the next three years. Registering all the names within your budget that you think you might want in the future is not a bad idea. The cost is a lot lower than trying to buy then from someone else in the future. Besides, if you decide later that you don't want them just don't renew them and they will go back in the pool. Some names go for big money, example: business.com/$7,500,000, AsSeenOnTV.com/$835,000 very few names sell at this high rate but their is a big market in reselling domain names.

  7. What is DNS? Your domain name is a long set of numbers that would be very hard to remember so we use descriptive words and let the (DNS) Domain Name Server software translate the domain name into sets of numbers (IP address xxx.xx.xxx.xx) so that a browser can locate your site. Two servers a primary and a secondary DNS. Your domain name is considered parked at the servers you specify. When you register a domain name with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com it is parked free for you until you are ready for it. more DNS

  8. Where do I get information about the DNS? There are two DNS fields in the registration form which are optional. You may register a domain name without DNS information and 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com will park your domain for FREE on the servers that we use until you are ready to use it. This will typically occur when you find your web hosting company. Your new web host will supply you with the information needed for your new DNS location.

  9. What is a URL? (URL) Uniform Resource Locator which is a line of text that uniquely specifies a resource such as a complete file. Each computer (called a server) that hosts a web site is assigned it's own unique IP (Internet Protocol) address. A string of numbers and dots. You could type in the string of numbers and dots, but entering and remembering the name is a lot easier. Let the DNS which has special software do the work. more URL

  10. Why should I pay for registration when other advertise it for free? Their is a lot of misleading advertising out their making claims of free or cheap deals. If you spend a lot of time and read and re-read their agreement or ask all the right questions you will find hidden charges, (example: interNIC will bill you $70 separately or the name is in their name, or it is a sub-name and extension of their name). At 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com their is only one low fee with NO HIDDEN charges.

  11. Why are your fees so low? 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com is a high volume Registration Service Provider with automated technology dedicated to bringing you information you can use. Our visitors, members and customers return often to find useful information. In turn our volume allows us to offer the low prices.

  12. What are the fees to register a domain name? Our fees can be found at Domain Registration fees

  13. What method of payment can I use with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com? 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com accepts all major credit cards American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa.

  14. Why do I have to pay in advance? This prevents individuals from tying up domain names who do not intend to pay. With 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com low fees their is no need for credit. What if you wanted a name but someone had it tied up for say 30 days, should you find another name now or wait to see if the name is going to be taken or not?

  15. What if the name I want is taken? Just retry another name until you find a name that is available. With 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com the search is FREE and you can search as often as you like.

  16. Can I find out who owns a domain name that is already taken? When you enter a name in the search box at 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com and the name is taken you will have the option to view the record of who owns the domain name.

  17. Could my name be misspelled? 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com prides itself with it's automated leading edge technology. Your information will be submitted to the registry exactly the way you entered it. No manual processing here.

  18. What about long term registration? 5 yrs - 10 yrs? Long term registration is available for up to 10 yrears.

  19. How long does a registration last? Can it be renewed? 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com offers up to ten year terms. Your should renew your registration about 30 days before the end of the current term. You will have up to the end of the current term to do so but early is better. You can renew at anytime prior to the end of the registration current term.

  20. Can anyone register a top-level domain (.com .net .org .biz .info) worldwide? Yes. The top-level domain names .com .net .org .biz .info domain names are available to anyone worldwide.

  21. Can someone else register my name while it is being processed through the registry system? 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com prides itself with it's leading edge automated technology that guarantees fast submission unlike some who use manual processes. Domain Name registration in on a first come first serve bases, first time stamp wins. with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com your information is processed in real time.

  22. Do I have control of my domain names? Yes. Your have complete control of your domain name for as long as it is registered at 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com.

  23. Can I sell my domain name? Yes. You have complete control of your names and if you find a buyer you can sell it.

  24. Can I move my domain name to a different registrar? Their is no need to change registrars. A reputable web hosting company should not ask you to transfer registrars. They will however provide you with their server information where you will park your domain name while using their service. 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com will still be your registration service provider and you will still have control of your domain name. If for some reason you are not satisfied with our service you may always change to another registrar. Their charges vary.

  25. Can I transfer a domain from another registrar to 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com? Yes. The transfer fee adds one FREE year to the end of you current term. If you are paying a high rate or have registered a domain name with another registrar such as Network Solution you do not have to renew with them. You can transfer at anytime and not loose any of your current registration term with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com. Just send us a list of the domain names that you wish to transfer (click on the transfer link).
    Transfer problems: xyz has not yet responded to the admin approval request to transfer the domain (your domain name.com)
    The most common reason for this is that the admin contact's email
    address is outdated at their prior registrar. Please ensure that your prior registrar has a valid, current email address for the admin contact.

  26. How long does it take to register a domain name? 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com's real time application process should only take a few minutes to complete. Once your application has been processed and approved your name is registered.

  27. I just registered a domain name but when I type it in my browser nothing came up? Your domain name is just that, a domain name. It is not a web site rather it is a name for your web site. When your web hosting company has your web site ready they will supply you with and address and we can point the domain name to the site. It may take a few days for the routing to point to your new host. The fastest way is to use your Domain Management access.

  28. Why doesn't my domain name show up in whois? It usually takes about 48 hours for the registry to activate a new domain. This is referred to as propagation. The amount of time it takes to update the DNS. You should not be concerned about strange messages or no response for a few days. Not all WHOIS searches produce the same results. Just disregard any messages and try again later.

  29. How do I change the contact information that is displayed in the whois results for my domain name? Go to the Manage Your Domain section of our site and enter your user name and password .All the domains in your account will be listed. You can make the changes their.

  30. After I register my domain name with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com? What is next? There are many things that you can do with your domain names. Build a personal web site, use it for a email site (you @ yourname.com)  build a corporate presents on the world wide web, re-direct it to another web site (URL forwarding) or resale your names for a profit. more on what next

  31. Are the names we get with 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com the same quality as interNIC? All registrars write names to the same registry. Their is only one registry for each of the .com .net .org .biz .info domains. All registrars write to the same one, this includes interNIC. Since all registrars use the same protocol and software their is nothing a registrar can do in regards to the performance of a domain once it has been submitted. Registrars just hold the WHOIS information. If a registrar server should go down for some reason the only thing that could happen is that the whois information would not be available for a while. With the automated system that 0-domain-name-registration-stuff.com uses the submission is captured exactly as you entered it.

  32. What is ICANN? ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) is a non-profit organization. It is responsible for overseeing the management of internet domain names.

  33. Will my name and contact information be publicly available? Yes. The information that you provide on the registration form (except for your secure payment information) is publicly available on the whois site. This information has been deemed necessary to facilitate the enforcement of consumer protection, trademark issues and other laws and technical problems and allows for rapid resolution of these problems.

  34. URL forwarding? URL forwarding is redirecting a domain name to another site. If you have a site xyz.com and register a name xyz.net or zzz.com you can redirect those names to xyz.com. You can have one web site and register several names and redirect them to one site. If you have a free site with a "their name/your name.com" you can redirect your new registered name to that site.

  35. BILLING- CVV2
    CVV2 is a security measure we require for all transactions. Since a CVV2 number is listed on your credit card, but is not stored anywhere, the only way to know the correct CVV2 number for your credit card is to physically have possession of the card itself. All VISA, MasterCard and American Express cards made in America in the past 5 years or so have a CVV2 number, while those in Europe and Asia will be joining the CVV2 program shortly.

    What is CVV2?
    CVV2 is a new authentication scheme established by credit card companies to further efforts towards reducing fraud for internet transactions. It consists of requiring a card holder to enter the CVV2 number in at transaction time to verify that the card is on hand. If your card does not have a CVV2 number please enter 000 in the CVV2 field.
     
    Visa & MasterCard:
    This number is printed on your MasterCard & Visa cards in the signature area of the back of the card. (it is the last 3 digits AFTER the credit card number in the signature area of the card).
     
    American Express:
    American Express cards show the cvv2 printed above and to the right of the imprinted card number on the front of the card.

    If you have any other questions about your CVV2 number, please contact your bank or credit card issuer.

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