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DomainPriceTransferPrivacy GuardWith QuickCloud Hosting
.com$9.95 USD$9.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.net$12.99 USD$12.99 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.org$12.95 USD$12.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.biz$15.95 USD$15.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.info$14.95 USD$14.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.io$29.95 USD$29.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.me$18.95 USD$18.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.xyz$10.95 USD$10.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.club$11.95 USD$11.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life
.us$9.95 USD$9.95 USDFreeFree Transfer & Free for Life

NGW Domain Name Services

North Georgia Web domain services works as a reseller for Namecheap domain registrar. When you register a domain with us you can manage, update and renew your domain with us through your North Georgia Web control panel. Your domain is registered in your name and held for you by Namecheap regardless of your relationship with North Georgia Web.

In short, the domain is yours and yours alone. When you sign up for web hosting through our QuickCloud web hosting service, we will pay your domain registration fees for as long as you keep QuickCloud as your web hosting service.

Domain names are the responsibility of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which grants domain registrars the authority to register domain names. If you want to get your own domain, you need to go through one of these registrars.

Most web hosts (like QuickCloud) offer domain registration services making it a little easier to go through one provider for everything. Registering a domain name is a fairly easy process that involves selecting a subdomain and pairing it with a TLD. If the combination you want is taken, you can try a different subdomain, or try different TLDs until you find one that works.

Can You Actually Own a Domain Name?

The process of registering a domain is often referred to as buying a domain, but there’s an important distinction to be made. Registering a domain is more like renting it than buying it. When you register a domain, you get the rights to use it for the duration of your rental period. In most cases, the minimum registration is one year. If you don’t renew your domain, you lose access to it.

It’s also extremely important to make sure that your name, or your business, is actually on the domain registration. If you register your domain through a web designer, a web host, or any other third party, they may put their name on the registration instead of yours.

When that happens, the person whose name is actually on the registration owns the rights to the domain instead of you. They could theoretically point the domain at a different website, shut it down altogether, or even sell it.

When you register a domain, and your name is on the registration, you retain full rights to the domain for as long as you pay the recurring registration fee. Since your customers or readers rely on your domain to find your website, it’s easy to see why this is so important.

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