Frequently Asked Questions

What is a domain name?

A domain name is your unique name on the Internet. It allows your company, organization or family to establish an Internet presence, consisting of your personalized email addresses and your own web site address. Domain names are composed of two sections - the descriptive name, and the domain suffix (e.g. .com, .net or .org). Some examples of domain names are "" and "". You may register any domain name that you wish, as long as it is available. Common domain name choices reflect your full name or an abbreviation, a product or service name, or a general industry name.