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HOWTO Register a domain name.

This is a simple guide on how to register a domain name for your personal or business use.
  • Open your internet browser using MS Internet Explorer or Google Chrome or Firefox.
  • Type the URL Address e.g.
  • New users? continue to sign up for your free account.
  • New Account, click Accept to continue.
  • Enter your Organization Name, Your Name, Your Role/Title, Your Address, etc.
  • Enter your Credit Card Information, this will be use to charge your domain name purchase.
  • In Login ID and Password Information, choose a Login ID, your password and your secret
  • Click Submit to create your account.
  • After creating your account, you can now search for your first domain name.
  • In check name, type your domain name. For example,, then click GO
  • The Search Results will tell you if the .com is available, and if not it will show available extension e.g. .net, .org, .info, .us, .biz and other country code extension.
  • Click Add to Cart when you're ready to purchase your first domain name
  • Click Cart to check your domain name. If you don't see your domain name, please check a name and click Go.
  • To purchase, click check out now.
You own the domain name as soon as you renew the maintenance yearly cost.

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