It is the address from which Internet users can access your website. The domain name is used to find and identify computers on the Internet. IP addresses, which are a series of numbers, are used for computers.
However, it is difficult for humans to remember strings of numbers. For this reason, domain names were developed and used to identify entities on the Internet instead of using IP addresses.
Domain names can be any combination of letters and numbers, and can be used in combination with the various domain name extensions, such as .com, .net and others.
Before a domain name can be used, it must be registered. All domain names are unique. No two web sites can have the same domain name. When someone types www.yourdomain.com, they will go to your web site and no other.
Each domain name usually costs between $10.99 and $19.99 per year, depending on the length of the domain name.
The domain name is essential to having a web site, but it is only part of the equation. To create a website, you will also need content and a hosting service to store your files so that they can be accessed on the Internet.
Don’t forget that owning a domain does not mean that hosting is also included.
With OpenZone.info, a professional domain is included free of charge with all premium website builder plans.
The website builder will allow you to create your website, and includes hosting services so that you can publish your website live when you are ready.
With the current promotion, you can have a custom domain name and create your complete website for only $95+vat.
Professional email on your domain name can also help you increase your credibility and build your brand.
So, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org can make your website look more trustworthy and legitimate. Email accounts are included with the plans, starting at the promotional price of just $0.5/month.
If you are not yet ready to build your website but would like to register your domain name before anyone else, we offer the Domain Name Registration option for only $10.99/year.