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With new domains, you get to be creative on both sides of the “dot.”

 

“With LargeServer, you can do more. Or even better.”

 

We provide you the most affordable domain registration with a dedicated live support. Always.

 

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Providing low cost domains is our mission. Only at LargeServer, you will get the most affordable domain names with premium service quality.

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Not only is it safe to get a domain with LargeServer, but you can get the most out of it. LargeServer users have access to tools that let you create a fast and robust website.

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Take the chance to be part of the new movement and get an affordable domain that is appropriate for your project. Our domain search tool will help you find the perfect one.

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Premium and Business plan users can host an unlimited number of websites. And they can manage multiple sites easily. Hop on the domain search and see if your desired domain is still available.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a domain name?

A domain name is a bit like having a home address, but it’s for your website. Instead of having to find someone’s home by coordinates, you can look up their address. That makes it way more comfortable and more convenient. A domain name functions the same way. Instead of needing to memorise an IP address, you can use a domain name. Domains can give your website a catchy name and make it easy to remember.

 

When you create a website, it stays on a server. Your domain name points to it, so if a visitor enters your domain name in the URL bar, he’ll be taken straight to the website. Without domain names, you would have to memorise long strings of numbers. Pretty inconvenient, right?

 

Nearly every website you visit has a domain name. For example, if you would like to reach youtube.com, you can use the appropriate IP address in the range of 199.223.232.0 - 199.223.239.255. That’s a pretty long address. Instead, entering youtube.com will take you straight to the website relevant to your region.

 

Domain names consist of two main parts: a label and a top-level domain. Using the YouTube example, the label would be “youtube”, meanwhile the TLD is “.com”. Combining the two gives you access to the domain name and the website. TLDs come in different shapes and sizes. .com is typically used for commercial sites, .org is most commonly part of an organisation's website. There is a long list of different top-level domains and the possibilities of their uses.

 

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers or ICANN is the institution that has registered over 330 million domains. As the web expands, there arose a need for more TLDs. Some of the now officially recognised TLDs include: .xyz, .clothing, .ventures and many more.

 

In conclusion, a domain name is what will guide visitors to your website. It has the potential to be part of your brand, grow your visitor base and be an easy way to access your project from anywhere in the world. Be sure to think wisely before choosing your domain name.

How do domain names work?

Registering a domain name is a way to make sure that you have the rights to use that domain name for a set period. This process goes through a registrar, like LargeServer.

 

Once a domain name is registered, you must point it to the server that hosts the website. The changes can take up to 72 hours. This depends on the internet providers and how often they update their records.

 

A domain can do much more than point a visitor to your website. Other services can be associated with your domain. The most common functions are subdomains like https://subdomain.domain.com and e-mails. You can have your very own professional looking email address like yourname@domain.com.

 

Bought a domain with a different provider and want to switch? Luckily, domain names are interoperable - you can transfer your registered domain from one registrar or provider to another. You can quickly change your hosting provider and migrate your name.

Why do you need a domain name?

The list of reasons is very lengthy, but we’ll knock it down to the most important ones.

 

First of all, the domain name you have is part of your brand. Nothing makes a brand look worse than a domain name like brand.wixbuilder.com. Your brand requires investment: not investing in a domain name sends the message that you don’t care about your brand.

 

Another important reason is stability. Most people seek hosting providers and buy domain names when they want control over their website. If you make your living by selling on Lazada, Shopee or a similar retailer, and they happen to change their terms of service, you may be in big trouble. Having your own website means you are your own boss and you are independent of changes out of your control.

 

A domain grants you complete control. Once registered it is your property, and you have full control over what you want to do with it. Any associated e-mails, site access and many other features are under your supervision and control.

 

Lastly, we must have to touch on SEO - a fundamental building block of the modern web presence. Your domain influences two main factors of ranking: time and citation. Search engines are more favourable to older domains, which means it is vital that you secure a domain name as quickly as possible. Secondly, your SEO depends on citation - the number of links that point to your domain. If you use a free subdomain, someone else is getting all the benefits of your hard work.

 

In conclusion, a domain name is what will guide visitors to your website. It has the potential to be part of your brand, grow your visitor base and be an easy way to access your project from anywhere in the world. Be sure to think wisely before choosing your domain name.

How do I choose the best domain name for my website?

Only you will know when the domain name is perfect, but we can give you some guidelines that will help you make the right choice. Still having trouble? No problem, you can easily register multiple domains. Whatever happens - those domains will be yours.

 

The first step is looking towards your project. If you are making a website for your business, try looking at a domain that has the name of your company and a popular TLD like .co.uk or .com. If you’re starting a blog - try the same with a blog name. Take a minute to think of a TLD that will suit it best.

 

Although it is at times hard to find a simple domain name with a single dictionary word name, you can use our domain search to come up with some great alternatives that might be even better.

 

The golden rule of choosing a domain says that it should be short and memorable. Think of all the media titans: YouTube, Snapchat, Facebook and others. You should choose your domain name keeping this in mind. When you have that chance of success, grab it fast.

 

Lastly, once you have the domain name you want, go through social media sites and be sure to make accounts with the same name. Protect your brand by taking steps to ensure, that no one will post on its behalf.

Once I register a domain name, can I change it later?

Once a domain is registered and purchased, you own it for the specified length of time. You are unable to change it, but you can sell it if you choose to.

 

But if you are interested in a new domain name for your project, purchasing, registering and pointing your new domain name to your current project is easy.

 

Although it is at times hard to find a simple domain name with a single dictionary word name, you can use our domain search to come up with some great alternatives that might be even better.

 

While you can move your project to different domain names, it is best not to do that often. Your visitors form a habit, that is associated with the domain name they initially learn. Make sure your users don’t get lost or confused.

 
How long does a domain name registration last?

The minimum period for registering a domain name is 1 year. If you would like to keep it safe for longer, you can claim it for a maximum of 3 years.

 

We encourage users to renew their domain names, making sure you don’t lose them for as long as you need it. Don’t worry. We’ll send out e-mails that will remind you when is a good time to start thinking about a renewal.

Should I add www in front of domain?

When using our domain search - you do not need to add www., outside of that - it’s purely a matter of personal choice and styling.

 

www in front if your domain name is a simple subdomain. It's not a part of a domain name. The important thing here is to be consistent in your options. Make sure your users don’t get confused by changes.

 

Historically, www was used to indicate that the website is part of the world wide web. Nowadays, when www is the standard, it is entirely unnecessary to include it.

How do I use the domain search?

The domain search tool is straightforward to use, and it has a few features that will help while choosing the perfect domain name.

 

First of all, we recommend having a few options in mind. At this point, you should think of the label, not the extension. Once you have an idea or two, try entering them into the domain search, and we’ll show you what TLDs are available for registration.

 

If a name you like is taken, you shouldn’t worry. Our domain search will help you come up with an alternative by suggesting words and TLDs according to context, making the research and choice much more comfortable.

 

Lastly, don’t be afraid to get creative and try a few options. The domain search tool is entirely free, so you can use it as long as you need to.

What’s needed to register a domain name on LargeServer?

LargeServer accepts everyone, which means you can register a domain name as soon as possible. You don’t need to be an existing user to use the domain search either.

 

Although when registering the domain name with TLD such as .my or .com.my, we will need some necessary personal information, in case of any problems. The only other thing you will need is a valid payment method.

 

If you are not an existing customer, or do not have an account, but wish to transfer your domain to our registrar, you can do it quickly and easily.

I already have a domain name. Can I transfer it to LargeServer?

You definitely can. Due to popular demand, we made this process easy and straightforward. Your domain is your property, not the company’s that you registered with.

 

Your domain needs to meet certain requirements. We've prepared a page that answers all domain transfer related questions. You can easily get started from there.

How long does it take to register a domain name?

It takes no time at all. We made the domain registration process quick and easy.

 

Better yet, the activation process is immediate, meaning you can start working as soon as possible.

What do I do if a domain name is already taken?

First of all, you can try and search for an alternative TLD. Our domain search makes this process easy - we’ll automatically give you suggestions that might suit your project.

 

Secondly, you can try a different word combination for your label. This might be a great way to have a fresh look at your domain name idea and work on it a little bit more, adding a word or term that will both expand the quality and give you an alternative.

 

Thirdly, it is always a good idea to think of alternatives before going to search for a domain name. There’s no single right answer, but the possibilities of what you can find are nearly endless.

What is privacy protection?

Commonly referred to as WHOIS protection, privacy protection makes sure that your personal details cannot be found using WHOIS.

 

WHOIS is a public database which contains and archives data about domain names and registrars. In this specific case, a user without privacy protection would have some information publicly accessible. This would be: when the domain was registered, who registered it and when it expires.

 

Privacy is a fundamental human right. Therefore we recommend getting privacy protection when registering your domain name. Privacy protection will hide your name, address, contact details and other information.

What’s the difference between a domain name and web hosting?

If you want to host a website, ideally you’re going to need both web hosting and a domain name. On a basic level, a domain name is the address of your business, while web hosting is the actual building.

 

In a way it is like software and hardware, to get the most - you need them both. When they’re working together, it makes for a successful path. That’s why it is recommended to both register a domain and use hosting services from a single provider.

 

You can receive these two services from different providers, but it’s not recommended as there might be roadblocks that have the potential to eat up a lot of your precious time. That and it purchases the services much more expensive.