Be sure to select whether the contact info should move with the name. Usually it shouldn't.
Yes, we do accept wire transfers, ACH transfers, USD checks and USD money orders for retail registrations, renewals and other domain add-on services. When sending a payment, please be sure to do the following: Include your login ID (e.g., in the memo field). Or just print out and include the [...]
If someone needs to buy an anvil, they would likely search for anvils. Let's say the top two results are the following: Acme Corporation www.acmecorp.com Anvils Are Us www.anvilsrus.com Which do you think they're going to click on? Yes, www.anvilsrus.com. It's good to have your most important keywords [...]
ICANN (https://www.icann.org/) requires domain name owners to verify themselves via email. If you receive a verification email that looks like one of the ones below, it's very important that you DO click on the verification link. If in doubt, feel free to forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org. More about ICANN [...]
Log into your account at www.hammock-registration.com Find your domain name (see image above) In Quick Links, click on Registered Domains, or In Manage My Domains, look to the Domains section and click on Manage, or In the dropdown menu at the top, hover over Domains and click on My Domains. [...]
Domain Name Registration http://www.hammock-registration.com A domain name is your website address, www.hammock.net, for example, is my domain name. You register a domain name through a Registrar. www.hammock-registration.com for example. It's kind of like getting a toll-free 800 number from the phone company. The 800 number rings to a phone, [...]
Keep your domain name safe in your own account. It's very important that your domain name be in an account in your name, with your current contact info, and with your updated credit card info. Here's why. All too many domains are registered by a Webmaster on behalf [...]
All else equal, it’s better to have your keywords or keyphrases (the words people type into Google to find what you’re selling) in your domain name. To find out what people are searching for, don’t make any assumptions, but rather use the free Google Keyword Tool. Here’s how: […]