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A domain name is your website name. A domain name is the address where Internet users can access your website. A domain name is used for finding and identifying computers on the Internet. Computers use IP addresses, which are a series of number. However, it is difficult for humans to remember strings of numbers. Because of this, domain names were developed and used to identify entities on the Internet rather than using IP addresses.
Domains must be a valid and already registered with another registrar. Domains must be registered for at least 60 days and in unlocked status. Transfers will succeed only if the Admin Contact information is up-to-date. You must obtain an authorization code to transfer to MyDomain. Transfers will take between 5 and 7 days under normal circumstances.
1. Purchase website hosting. Owning the domain and owning the space a website lives on are two different things, but often hosting companies also sell domains. If you got your domain as part of a hosting purchase, then this step is already taken care of. If not, then finding the right hosting platform and plan is the next thing you need to do. Hosting packages usually come as monthly or annual subscriptions and often include some nice extras along with the hosting itself, like a website builder and tech support for those launching a website for the first time.
2. Design your site. Before your site goes live at the domain you’ve registered, you want it to look just right. You can either build a website yourself, which you can expect to take some serious time, or you can hire people to help. Option A: Build It Yourself Many hosting companies (including VisualCloudx) offer website builders as one of the features that comes with your hosting subscription. Even if you’re entirely new to website design, these make it possible to do it yourself, with some time and work. Your other option is to go the more old-fashioned route and design a website using html or a design software like Adobe Dreamweaver, but those options are best for people who already have extensive experience with website design (in which case, you know who you are). Option B: Hire Someone If you’d rather hand over this part to someone that’s an expert, you can outsource it to a web designer or web design firm. Do a little research to make sure you hire a web designer that can do what you need. If you have the money to spend, hiring a professional can save you a lot of time and effort and mean you end up with a website that looks closer to what you had in mind. Writing copy is a different process than designing the website itself, but it’s an important step to making sure your finished website says what you need it to. You can whip up some copy yourself, but for words that are persuasive and do a good job of communicating what your website is and why it matters, hiring a professional copywriter or marketing agency is likely to pay off.
3. Launch! Once your website looks just how you want it to and all the copy is written, you’re ready to launch. You can upload your website to the hosting platform using an FTP client or the File Manager in cPanel. Once everything’s loaded, go check out the new website at your domain!
It depends upon the purpose of your website. This is perhaps the most important thing to consider. When you’re working on starting a ecommerce website, business website or a blog, you’ll need to consider what your ultimate method of income will be when things are all up and running. If you’re running an online business, then a .com or .biz could be worthwhile. You can also consider local TLDs like .in, .co.in, etc. If the blog is for an organization, then you have .org extensions which could be a viable option.
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