Domain Registration In Dubai
In simple terms Domain Name is the address of a website. A domain name is unique to your website and cannot be shared between different websites. You can search the availability of a domain name of your choice from the homepage of webworld.ae and register it. You also get a choice of similar names to choose from. you can register multiple Domain Names at a time. This serves a variety of purposes. Some of them being that it would make it easier for your customers to find you on the internet. It would also prevent your competitors from using your brand name to lure your customers. In addition to this, certain typing errors can also lead people to land on your page when you have registered different domain names. If the Domain you want is already registered, you can opt for alternate Domain Names and we would definitely provide you with certain suitable suggestions.
A Top-Level Domain (TLD) is the last section of a domain name immediately following the dot symbol. It is also known as Internet Domain Extension. For example, .com and .net are TLDs.
Generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) are one of the categories of Top Level Domains, maintained by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). The most widely used gTLDs are .com, .info, .org and .net.
Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLDs) are one of the categories used to define the domain for a certain country or a geographical area. Every country has a domain name reserved, which is mainly two letters long.
Eg: .in – for India, .us – UAE.
nTLDs, are new domain name extensions where the letter “n” stands for “New” i.e. New Top-Level Domains. Some of the nTLDs are .website, .online, .space and more that are available for you to register.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a non-profitable group that is assigned the task of governing the global internet system. Any new Domain extension has to be approved by the ICANN before it makes itself available to the customers.
A Domain Name System (DNS) translates the alphanumeric Domain Name to its numeric Internet Protocol (IP) Address that the computer understands.
How can I transfer my Domain from one service provider to the other?
- Your Domain must be more than 60 days old and must be unlocked before you start your Domain Transfer.
- Get Domain (Transfer) Secret or Authorization Code from your current domain registrar and place transfer with gaining domain registrar.
- Once the transfer is initiated, the Administrative Contact for the Domain Name will receive an email for the Transfer Authorization process, which needs to be approved within 5 days.
- Once the mail has been approved by the Administrative Contact, the Current Registrar will be notified regarding the transfer.
- The Current Registrar will send an email to the Registrant and/or the Administrative Contact of the concerned Domain Name to confirm the Domain Name Transfer. If the Transfer is not denied by either the Registrant or the Administrative Contact or the Current Registrar, the Domain Name will be transferred to the gaining registrar.
- This entire process is fully completed within a period of 5 to 7 days.