Domain Registration is the process by which a company or individual can secure a website domain. Once a company has completed domain registration, the domain becomes theirs for the period of the contract. Before domain registration can be approved, the name must be checked against the existing names in the Domain Name Server (DNS) Database to ensure that it is available.
When you register a domain name, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires your domain name registrar to submit your personal contact information to the WHOIS database. Once effectively recorded nobody can register your domain name, but it takes 24-48 hours for it to show up in the WHOIS database. WHOIS is the standard or protocol that allows users to access various Top Level Domain databases.
When choosing a domain name it should be short, meaningful and clear. Names that are short and easy to remember are an asset. In addition to visitors, one must also consider search engines. Search engines index your site and rank it for relevance against terms people search for. In order to maximize your sites exposure, consider including a relevant search term in your domain. Of course, only consider this if it still maintains a short, clear and meaningful domain name.
Benefits we give are:
We support domain locking for protection against hijacking by hackers and unauthorized transactions.
We maintain domain watch for sending alerts and reminders before expiry of the domain.
The organization’s DNS records are maintained by us.
The organization has complete control over its domain and can request for modifications in the name server records