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Domain Name Basics
What is a domain name? Why do you need a domain name? Where can you get a domain name? Keep reading for answers to these questions and more information on the Domain Name Basics.
What is a Domain Name?
The IP address is how a domain name is recognized by the domain name server. However, a long number like that is difficult for people to remember, so domain names were created to give an alias to IP addresses that would be easier for people to communicate and remember.
Why Do I Need a Domain Name?
Where Can I Get a Domain Name?
We recommend GoDaddy, DirectNIC or RegisterFly - or getting a domain name free with hosting at iPowerWeb.
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