A Domain Name is the essence
of your company's online identity. It is the address
your customers use to find information about your
products and services on the web. It is your permanent
address that can follow you no matter where in
the world you might move. This is a very powerful
tool for individuals as well as businesses.
Domain names allow Internet users to type in
a website name, such as www.FutureNetTechnologies.com,
to identify a numeric Internet Protocol (IP) address
such as 126.96.36.199. The purpose of Domain
name is to allow users connected to the Internet
the ability to find web sites without having to
memorize the long, numerical (IP) addresses that
actually locate the computers or servers on the
A domain name is the part of your Internet address
that comes after “www”. For example,
the domain name is “futurenettechnologies.com”.
Why you need your own domain
when you can use some one else’s domain.
For eg: www.futurenettechnologies.com/freeserver/clients/users/yourname/.
Is buying Your Own Domain Really Necessary? The
answer is YES. Why the big deal?
Firstly, you want your visitors to trust you
right? Having your own domain name registered
emphasizes that trust. TRUTH.
It will look more professional and will create
a lot more credibility for your company.
Secondly, others domain name are hard to remember,
hard to spell and difficult to say in one breath.
That is why for a your business I recommend getting
your own domain name.
Thirdly having you own domain gives you complete
control over what appears and doesn’t appears
on your site.
A domain name can have a maximum of 67 characters
including the extensions (.com, .net, etc). A
domain name can contain numbers, letters or dashes.
A domain cannot start or end with a dash. A domain
name consists of two or more words separated by
a period. The last word (the far right) is called
a "top-level domain". Here are some
common top-level domains and their use:
||Used for commercial entities.
It is the most popular top-level domain. Anyone
can register a .com domain.
||Originally used for
networking organizations such as Internet
Service Providers and backbone providers.
||Designed for miscellaneous organizations,
including non-profit groups. Today, anyone
can register a .org domain.
||Four-year, accredited colleges and universities.
Other top-level domains include those for countries
(.CA for Canada, .UK for the United Kingdom, .HK
for Hong Kong, etc.), which are based on the International
Standards Organization's 3166 standard for country
To the left of the top-level domain is what
is called the "second-level domain."
In futurenettechnologies.com, "futurenettechnologies"
represents a second-level domain within the top-level
domain of .com.
It is also possible to
have a domain name in the form of something.futurenettechnologies.com.
In this case the "something" is called
a "host" name or a "sub-domain".
It is not necessary to register a host or sub-domain
with a registry before being able to use it.
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Name Registration Charges
| 1) .com, .net, .org,
|| INR 497/-
Per Year --> ORDER
| 2) .info, .biz
|| INR 547/- Per Year --> ORDER
| 3) .co.in
|| INR 447/- Per Year
| 4) .in
|| INR 947/- Per Year
VALID FOR LIMITED PERIOD ONLY
Offer #1: You get a Domain Name (.com
or .net or .org) and 10 MB Windows 2003
space with 2 POP accounts of 20MB each with
web based mail interface, an under construction
page, auto-responder facility, catch-all
email account, complete Control Panel and
more for a period of 1 year. Cost
INR 1,697.00 --> ORDER
Offer #2: You get a Domain Name
(.com or .net or .org) and 25 MB Windows
2003 space with 4 POP accounts of 20MB each
with web based mail interface, an under
construction page, auto-responder facility,
catch-all email account, complete Control
Panel and more for a period of 1 year.
Cost INR 2,297.00 --> ORDER