Domain Name Registration

If you are planning on registering a domain name there are few things you may want to consider before embarking on your domain name registration. Registering a domain name basically says that you are the owner of that domain name. You will, however, be responsible for renewing that domain name annually.

If you are registering a domain name for the first time it is best that you consider all the different .com.au names you could possible need now or in the future. This way you will be able to purchase all of those different variations up front. If you decide not to follow this advice you could leave yourself open to others purchasing these domain names in anticipation of them having a higher value later.

One other idea is to also consider domain name registration of all possible misspellings people could type in when looking for your web address. By registering these domain names as well, you then have the ability to reroute those domain names to your actual site ensuring that everyone will be able to find you on the web (even if they get a little lost).

Because your domain name registration will usually come up to be renewed it is important to stay on top of this so that you don’t lose control of your domain name. If this happens, as it has in the past, you could find yourself paying a lot of money in order to purchase it back. To avoid this from happening, many will pay their domain name registration fee for multiple years at once which usually comes at a discounted price as well.