Domain names available for registration:
.com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, .us, .eu, .co.uk, .ca, .club, .fun, .party, and many more!
Use the form below to register a no-cost free domain name as part of your hosting deal.
Simply enter the name you wish to register in the box above to check if it is available.
You can use alphanumeric characters and hyphens, but domain names cannot begin or end with a hyphen and spaces are not permitted. Domain names are limited to a maximum of 67 characters, including the top level part of the domain. "Top level" means the .COM or .INFO part of the domain name.
It is important to select the right domain name for your site. Follow our advice on how to do this...
You can search for a suitable domain name to register in various ways. You should take a different approach depending on whether you need the name for a new or already existing site, or you want to protect your trademark or brand, or to make a profit from selling the domain name later.
Carefully choose a set of key phrases and words that describe your company and products or services. Ask yourself what words your potential visitors will likely use in a search.
Word combinations work better than single words. Domain names can be as much as 67 characters long and the more keywords they contain the higher they rank on search engines. Search engines tend to rank sites well where the domain name includes descriptive words. For example: 123-domain-name-registration.com. The number at the beginning of a domain name will give you advantage with search engines that sort their results alphabetically. And domain name and registration are descriptive keywords common in our site's business field.
If you are searching for a new domain name for an already existing website, your choices will be smaller than if you were setting up a new site. Most surfers and customers think of .COM domains first, so registering a .COM name should usually be your first choice
Is the name of your current site easily recognizable and memorable? Even if you host your site on a cheap or free server you may have chosen a suitable short phrase for a title. You could use this phrase or a variant of it as the new domain name.
If the phrase you used as a title for your site is very general, many other sites could already be utilizing the name and it would be hard to find a similar domain name that is still unregistered. If you run into a problem like this, consider back ordering the name you want, or check for a different extension such as .biz, .info, .org or .net.