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DomainPriceYearsRenewal PriceTransfer Price
.ro€9.901€9.90€9.90
.com€12.831€12.83€12.83
.net€14.201€14.20€14.20
.org€14.751€14.75€14.75
.biz€17.481€17.48€17.48
.info€21.851€21.85€21.85
.blog€29.511€29.51€29.51
.site€33.881€33.88€33.88
.online€32.791€32.79€32.79
.mobi€29.511€29.51€29.51
.eu€9.291€9.29€9.29
.de€7.671€7.67€7.67
.me€20.761€20.76€20.76
.io€50.271€50.27€50.27
.vip€17.481€17.48€17.48
.us€10.931€10.93€10.93
.uk€8.731€8.73€8.73
.tw€26.231€26.23€8.74
.nl€8.741€8.74€8.73
.cn€15.301€15.30€15.30
.co.uk€8.731€8.73€46.99
.ca€15.301€15.30€14.20
.co.com€46.991€46.99€39.34
.company€14.201€14.20€36.06
.pw€39.341€39.34€18.57
.srl€36.061€36.06€21.85
.app€18.571€18.57€409.78
.cloud€21.851€21.85€53.54
.hosting€409.781€409.78€63.38
.tech€53.541€53.54€17.48
.at€25.131€25.13€17.48
.am€120.201€120.20€17.48
.ac€63.381€63.38€29.51
.be€17.481€17.48€16.39
.bz€26.231€26.23€13.66
.cc€17.481€17.48€22.94
.ch€17.481€17.48€58.25
.cm€136.601€136.60€12.02
.co€29.511€29.51€43.71
.com.au€16.391€16.39€15.30
.com.cn€15.301€15.30€15.30
.dev€13.661€13.66€103.81
.fr€15.851€15.85€22.94
.gr.com€22.941€22.94€63.38
.hu.com€58.251€58.25€41.53
.in€12.021€12.02€103.81
.it€18.571€18.57€32.79
.jp€67.751€67.75
.la€43.711€43.71
.li€15.301€15.30
.ms€46.991€46.99
.name€15.301€15.30
.nu€27.321€27.32
.pe€66.651€66.65
.pro€22.941€22.94
.sg€42.621€42.62
.sh€63.381€63.38
.tv€41.531€41.53
.vg€54.641€54.64
.ws€36.061€36.06
.xxx€103.811€103.81
.shop€32.791€32.79

Choose The Perfect Domain Name for Your Business with TPC Hosting

Domain names are crucial to the success or failure of any business with an online presence. The success of your online presence hinges on many factors, including the domain name you choose, your position in search engine results, and the impression you make on visitors.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Domain Registrations

  • How to Transfer a Domain?

    Unlock your domain

    Look for the “unlock domain” option in your current registrar's control panel. Every provider is different, but you'll likely find it under the “Domain” or “Security” section of the main account screen. Domains are locked by default to prevent accidental changes or deletion. Depending on your current provider, you may be able to unlock your domain with a single click or you may need to request manual unlocking from your registrar directly. Once your domain is unlocked, you can transfer the name to another registrar.

    Request an authorization code

    To transfer your domain, you need an authorization code (also called an Auth-Code, Auth-Info Code, or AuthInfo Code). This code protects your domain from being transferred by an unauthorized party. Additionally, this code serves as the bridge between your old registrar and your new provider and must be supplied within five days of your request, typically by email. Some registrars permit auto-generation of codes directly from their control panels.

  • What are Nameservers?

    Nameservers are a fundamental component of the Domain Name System (DNS), which essentially acts as the internet’s directory. They play a critical role in translating human-readable domain names (like www.example.com) into IP addresses that computers use to identify each other on the network.

    Here’s a more detailed breakdown:

    1. Purpose: Nameservers facilitate the resolution of domain names to IP addresses. When someone types a domain name into a browser, the nameserver translates this name into an IP address, directing the user to the correct location on the web.
    2. How They Work: Each domain name must be associated with a nameserver, which is typically provided by a hosting company or domain registrar. When a domain is registered, it’s assigned to a nameserver, which handles queries related to that domain.
    3. Types of Nameservers:
      1. Primary (Master) Nameserver: Holds the original read-write copies of all zone records.
      2. Secondary (Slave) Nameserver: Contains a read-only copy of the zone data, transferred from a master server.
    4. Configuration: Domain owners can set up and configure nameservers through their domain registrar’s control panel, pointing their domain to the IP address of their hosting account.
    5. Propagation: When changes are made to nameservers (like changing hosting providers), there’s a propagation time—often up to 48 hours—during which servers around the world update their caches with the new nameserver information.

    Example:

    If your website is hosted with TPC Hosting, you would use TPC Hosting’s nameservers. When someone tries to visit your site, their computer would ask the nameserver associated with your domain for the IP address of your website, and then connect to that IP address.

    Usage:

    When you register a domain, you’ll be asked to provide the nameservers you wish to use, and these look like:

    • ns1.b2b-server.net
    • ns2.b2b-server.net 

    This process ensures that users are directed to the correct server where your website is hosted when they type in your domain name.

  • What Domain should I register?

    Choosing a domain name depends on several factors related to your business, brand, or the purpose of the website. Below are some considerations to help guide your decision:

    1. Business Name & Branding:

    Ideally, your domain should match your business name or the brand you want to promote.

    It should be easy to spell, recall, and share.

    2. SEO Considerations:

    Incorporating relevant keywords can help improve your site’s search engine ranking.

    However, avoid keyword stuffing; it should still be natural and brandable.

    3. Domain Extension:

    .com is the most popular and universally recognized, but depending on your business, you might consider others like .org, .net, .io, or even location-specific ones like .uk or .ca.

    There are also industry-specific extensions like .tech, .design, .law, etc.

    4. Target Audience:

    Consider your target demographic and choose a name that resonates with them.

    If you're targeting a specific geographic location, consider using a geographically relevant domain extension.

    5. Availability:

    The domain you want might already be taken. You can use domain name generators or check domain registrars to find available options or variations.

    6. Legal Considerations:

    Ensure the domain name doesn’t infringe on any trademarks or copyrights.

    7. Simplicity:

    Short, simple, and memorable names are often the best. Avoid hyphens and numbers if possible as they can confuse users.

    Example Questions to Guide You:

    • What is the purpose of the website?
    • Who is your target audience?
    • Is the domain name easy to remember and spell?
    • Does it align with your branding?

    Final Thoughts:

    Before finalizing and registering a domain, it’s a good practice to share it with trusted colleagues, friends, or family to get their feedback. Sometimes, a second opinion can provide valuable insights and catch potential issues you might have overlooked.

  • I ordered a domain and after that I changed my mind; what do I do?

    Domain registration fees are typically non-refundable due to the policies set by domain registrars and the nature of the domain registration process itself. Below are key reasons and explanations for why domain registrations are non-refundable:

    1. Registrar Policies:

    • Most domain registrars have strict no-refund policies once a domain is registered.
    • The registration fee goes towards reserving the domain name for a specific period (usually one year), and this process is irreversible.

    2. Immediate Reservation:

    • Upon registration, the domain name is immediately reserved and taken out of circulation, making it unavailable for others to register.
    • This instant reservation process is automated and final.

    3. ICANN Regulations:

    • The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization responsible for overseeing domain registrations, has regulations and policies registrars must adhere to. These often include non-refundable registration fees.

    4. Administrative Costs:

    • The registration process involves various administrative and operational costs that are incurred immediately.
    • These costs include payment to the domain registry, maintenance of DNS services, and customer support, among others.

    How to Avoid Unnecessary Costs:

    Double-Check: Before registering, double-check the domain name for typos or mistakes.

    Research: Do thorough research to ensure the domain name aligns with your brand and purpose.

    Understand Terms: Familiarize yourself with the terms and conditions of the domain registrar you choose.

    Conclusion:

    Understanding that domain registration fees are non-refundable is crucial before initiating the registration process. Always take the time to review and confirm your domain name selection carefully, being aware of the commitment you are making once the registration is completed.

  • I am looking for an extension that does not appear in the list?

    Kindly reach out to us if the domain extension you require is not listed. You can contact us via any channels you would like including our support; https://support.tpc-hosting.net