Domain Registration

Having a domain name ensures the future and the integrity of your brand.

DOMAIN REGISTRATION

DOMAIN TRANSFER

DOMAIN POINTING

Registration of a domain name

Domain Registration – A domain name is the name of your website. The name of each website is unique and cannot be replicated.

Users must register a domain name in order to discover you on the internet.

It distinguishes your company and offers it an online personality and identity.

Domains are only valid for a specific amount of time, usually 12 months, so you’ll have to renew it every year if you want to preserve the name.

Web Partner offers easy domain registrations and will automatically renew your domain name for you as part of our monthly packages.

To see if your selected domain name is available for registration, use the Domain Name Search tab above.

DOMAIN TRANSFER

Transferring your domain – If you already have a domain name with another Registrar, Web Partner will need to transfer it to our safe servers.

Moving the domain name from your present organization to Web Partner is a straightforward process for this move.

We’ll create your new website using the old domain.

Only the name will be transferred, which means we’ll have to create new email accounts.

Before starting the transfer, make sure your current email addresses are backed up or exported.

We’ll file a request for transfer to your present Registrar, who will have to accept it.

Web Partner’s expert support staff will take care of this for you, ensuring that the domain transfer goes smoothly and without any downtime for your website.

DOMAIN POINTING

The term “pointing” refers to keeping the domain name where it is now registered but making a few DNS adjustments to allow it to appear on the new server where we’ve developed the website once it’s live.

When you have a more intricate email arrangement with numerous users or users in different regions of the nation, this is the best solution.

Login information for the hosting provider, or a contact person, is required for domain pointing.

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