3 TIPS TO FIND THE IDEAL DOMAIN NAME
It’s time to change the way you think about domain names. With Kingdom Web, you get to be creative on both sides of the “dot.”
Stick with .com - While it can be tempting to come up with clever blog names using new extensions, .com is still the most established and credible domain name extension.
Keep Your Domain Name Short - We recommend keeping your domain name under 15 characters. Longer domains are harder for your users to remember. Keep your domain length short.
Keep it Unique and Brandable - Brandable domain names are unique, catchy, and memorable. For example, “Amazon.com” is a much more brandable name than “BuyBooksOnline.com.”
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Get to know the common questions people have about domain names or anything related to domains names (ID protection, DNS Management and more.)
What is a domain name?
It is the address of your website that people type in the browser URL bar to visit your
website. In simple terms, if your website was a house, then your domain name will be its
address. ... Instead, you can visit it by typing an easy to remember domain name in your
browser's address bar.
A domain name typically has two parts—the top-level domain and the second-level domain. The top-level domain is the part after the period, such as .com, .net, or .org. The second-level domain is the part that comes before the dot.
How do domain names work?
But the internet doesn’t really work based on the words you type into your browser. Every individual computer, network, and server (including servers that run websites) has an IP (internet protocol) address, which is a numeric identifier. You have may encountered a situation where someone gave you an IP address that looks something like 188.8.131.520. (Those are fake numbers. That IP address won’t take you anywhere, just so you know.) Those numbers are how computers talk to each other on the internet.
When you enter a domain name in your web browser, it first sends a request to a global network of servers that form the Domain Name System (DNS). These servers then look up for the name servers associated with the domain and forward the request to those name servers. For example, if your website is hosted on Bluehost, then its name server information will be like this: ns1.bluehost.com ns2.bluehost.com These name servers are computers managed by your hosting company. Your hosting company will forward your request to the computer where your website is stored. This computer is called a web server. It has special software installed (Apache, Nginx are two popular web server software). The web server now fetches the web page and pieces of information associated with it. Finally, it then sends this data back to the browser.
Can I move my website to a different domain name?
Yes, you can. You can point your domain name to your hosting server. You can also keep both domain names pointing to the same website. However, search engines consider it duplicate content and that will affect your search rankings.
Domain Privacy Protection
Domain privacy offers you protection from spammers having one more place to find you. We offer Privacy Protection as an addon when purchasing our domains.