Your company name is your business identity, so it’s important to have the right website address so your customers can reach you quickly and easily.
Domain name registration is made easy for you with our domain name checking facility and online domain name registration service.
To check availability and register or transfer a domain, simply enter the details below and click ‘Go’
We’ll check availability for you, provide you instantly with the options available, as well as the unavailable, and confirm the price to buy for 1, 2 or more years depending on the suffix. You can ‘Add to Basket’ and buy online now. And domains start from as little as £6.99 for one year.
Please note, you may not be able to register a “.uk” domain if someone else has the rights to the “.co.uk” version.
Your domain name (the address used to reach your website) is usually the name of your company, or it could reflect what your business does. For tips and advice, here is an article on how to choose an effective domain name.
Once you’ve registered your domain name with us you’ll own the website address and be protecting your business name, brand and trademarks. You can check what’s available using our search facility and choose which suffix you prefer (such as .com, .co.uk, .net). Depending on the nature of your business you might want to choose several domain names.
Once you’re set up there’s nothing else you need to do; you can manage all your domain names online using your control panel (of course, we’re always on hand if you need help).
Don’t forget, our Web Hosting and Managed Hosting services are here to host your website(s) once you have your domains set up.
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