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How to get a domain name
Posted by admin on 11 September 2009 09:35 PM
Obtaining a domain name involves checking for availability and registering the domain with a Domain Name Registrar. Domain names may be translated into IP addresses by the DNS (Domain Name Service), but obtaining a domain name is completely different than establishing a DNS server. There are several options for registrars to assign domain names. You can apply for a domain name directly from the appropriate registrar. Some registrars for a ".COM" domain may cost you about US$70 for the first 2 years and US$35 yearly thereafter, some you can find for $19.95/year. However, many registrars within the geographic hierarchy, such as Tajikistan (".TJ"), Somalia (".SO") or even the United States (".US") domain may be significantly cheaper, even free. You can probably expect your first and second choices in domain names to be already taken, especially in the ".COM" domain.
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