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Start by conjuring a domain name for your brand’s identity and then check for availability on our WHOIS Lookup page. If available, simply click “Order Now” complete the registration process and make the purchase. After that, you'll receive your confirmation email. and the domain will begin propagation throughout the world.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Simply put, the definition of a domain name is your website's address on the internet. It refers to the URL people type into a web browser's address bar to access your website.
For example, the domain name of our website is strimhost.net

Domain hosting only allows you ownership of a domain name and nothing more, whereas website (web) hosting provides the server storage space needed to house your website and emails. However, you simply can’t have one without the other if you expect to use either of them.

Think of web hosting as providing the plot of land (web server space) for you to build a house (website) on it, and the domain as the address to your house (website). Once you buy both a domain name and storage space on a web server, you can build your website and assign it to your chosen domain. The domain enables your website to be published on the web for anyone on the internet to easily find and visit. You need both for your website to be visible on the web.

Top level domains (TLDs) refer to the code at the end of your domain name, for example .com, .co.za, .org. They are normally made up of letters only, and may never be solely numbers. TLDs are supposed to give web users and search engines an indication of what your website is about or where it is based. So this means Google does pay attention to how relevant certain TLDs are to users, so choose wisely.

A domain consists of labels, each subdivided by a dot.
A subdomain is any label within a domain name that precedes another. For example, in the domain shop.yourdomain.com, the shop portion of the url is the subdomain.

Domain parking is when someone registers a domain name without any form of hosting. A parked domain is unusable for the person, but also unavailable for everyone else. This can be a mistake that hosting beginners make, but can also be a tactic used by some to secure a domain name for future use or keep it out of the hands of competitors or fraudsters. Also, if the domain appreciates in value, the owner can sell it for a profit.

An email domain forms part of an email address, specifically the section after the ‘@’ symbol.
This allows you to set up your email address with your company or personal name if you wish.
An example of an email address would be info@strimhost.net. The ‘strimhost.net’ is the email domain.