Never overlook your domain registration account again.
Receive a SMS message a
few days before your domain
is due to expire.
Redirect your domain to the destination of your choice
Create a sub domain of your choice like example.yourdomain.com.au
Access to the following mail services
Control your DNS records
Having access to your domain's DNS records gives you more control. Update or create A records, TXT records and more.
Tips on choosing the right Domain Name
Think of 5 Top Keywords
When starting to think of domain names, it helps to have 5 words or expressions that best describes your business or website. Once you have gathered these words or expressions try pairing them, adding words before or after them. For example, if you're wanting a domain related to automotive body repairs, you might start with words like "smash, crash, body repairs, automotive panels" then adjust them around until you can find a good match.
Make the Domain Unique
Try and choose domains that are different from already established domains. Domain names that are misspelled, hyphenated or just have a different extension can lead to confussion and sending traffic to the wrong domain.
Choose the right TLD
There is a whole lot of new domain extensions coming through, this is exciting and directing traffic to them is fine but having a .com.au is important. Most people who use the web still make the automatic assumption that Australian businesses are .com.au.
Make it Easy to Type
A domain name that needs care when typed to avoid spelling mistakes or using words and sounds that are easy to forget, then you've lost a good piece of the online marketing pie.
Keep the Domain Name Short
Short names are easy to type and easy to remember. Whats the point of a great website with a domain name no one remembers so they can tell their freinds and family.
A domain should allow people to instantly and accurately guess at the type of content they will find on your website.