What is a domain name

A domain name is a unique name that identifies a website. For example, the domain name of the Secunets Technologies Group is "secunets.com." Each website has a domain name that serves as an address, which is used to access the website.

Whenever you visit a website, the domain name appears in the address bar of the web browser. Some domain names are preceded by "www" (which is not part of the domain name), while others omit the "www" prefix. All domain names have a domain suffix, such as .com, .net, or .org. The domain suffix helps identify the type of website the domain name represents. For example, ".com" domain names are typically used by commercial website, while ".org" websites are often used by non-profit organizations. Some domain names end with a country code, such as ".ke" (Kenya) or ".us" (United States), which helps identify the location and audience of the website.

Domain names are relatively cheap to register, though they must be renewed every year or every few years. The good news is that anyone can register a domain name, so you can purchase a unique domain name for your blog or website. The bad news is that nearly all domain names with common words have already been registered. Therefore, if you want to register a custom domain name, you may need to think of a creative variation. Once you decide on a domain name and register it, the name is yours until you stop renewing it. When the renewal period expires, the domain name becomes available for others to purchase.

Clients Testimonials

"Secunets Technologies have been providing domain registration and hosting for the hotel for the last six years. We have continued to enjoy their excellent services and support.    Hotel Cathay Nakuru I.T Support"

"ICT governance was a challenge for the company. We engaged Secunets Technologies for the last one year. They have helped to streamline our ICT department having applied most of the recommendations. Odex Chemicals Ltd Mombasa Road"

 

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