Your domain name is the first step in building your online presence. With Domain Manager you are in full control of your domain name. If you own other extensions related to your domain name like .sydney, .melbourne or .net.au, you can redirect your domains to your main webpage so you don’t lose any traffic.
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The practice of protecting a domain portfolio against external threats and ensuring that all domain names have current registration is known as domain name management. Domain owners require access to the hosting provider and the ability to renew their registration.
No. In order to publish a website on the internet, you need to have a registered domain name. It is like buying a block of land at a street address and then building a house on it. Once the home is built you can invite guests.
The owner of a domain needs to ensure that registration is up to date, contact and owner details are current and where the name servers are delegating to. If you have multiple domain names using different TLD’s across various registrars a domain name manager can help you consolidate your domain names.
Domain name servers or DNS are what convert your domain name into an IP address. It is like a phone book of addresses that locates a web address and enables browsers to visit.