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Domain search tips

Domains are crucial for any online business these days. Read the tips below to get the most out of your online presence!

Tip 1: Register a domain that's easy to remember

Be sure to register your company or organization’s name. If it’s particularly long or difficult to spell, register a shorter variation or initials. For example, register the following domains:

  • Domain 1 (company name):
  • Domain 2 (shorter variation):
  • Domain 3 (initials):

Tip 2: Register other top level domains

If you run an international organization, you may wish to register top level domains (TLD’s) of other countries or generic TLD’s. Your target audience might search on that specific TLD. If you run a national organization it’s always a good idea to protect your company’s name.

The most popular TLD’s are:

  • .com
  • .net
  • .org

Tip 3: Register various domains

Search engines are essential for getting visitors to your website. The higher your website scores in the search results, the higher the chance that visitors will click on your link. This is why it is important that several domains link to your website. Search engines will rate and position your website higher in the search results if more domains link to your website

Secondly, many customers and prospects enter their search term directly in the address bar. It is important that your website address displays when a customer is searching for a website like yours. For example, register:

  • the product names as a domain;
  • the product name in combination with your country or city;
  • the description of your product.

Tip 4: Register misspelled domains

Customers or prospects often enter a misspelled domain in the address bar. To ensure that these customers or prospects visit your website, you should register these misspelled domains.

By registering the misspelled domains yourself, you prevent domain squatters from registering your misspelled domains for criminal purposes.

Domain FAQ

What is the difference between a domain and a sub domain?

The difference between a domain and a sub domain can be explained easily.

While a domain is a full website address, totally independent of other domains, a sub domain depends on a domain. If for example "" is your domain, then and would be your domain name's address.

A sub domain name would be a name *under* your domain name, something like "". Its address would then be: It can say anything you want instead of "subdomain" and the nice thing is that unlike a full domain name, a sub domain does not need to be registered. You can add it for free.

How can I delete a domain from my account?

In order to delete a domain from your account, take the following steps:

1. Open the Domains tab.
2. Click 'Delete' for the domain you wish to delete.
3. Confirm the deactivation of the domain.

Where can I find the auth code?

The auth code can be found by following the steps below:

1. Click on the 'Auth code' tab by the domain you would like to transfer. This will display an ´Outgoing transfers´ block above your domains list.
2. Click the 'Auth code' tab to view the auth code of that domain.

To be noted: do not disclose the auth code to anyone.

Advantages of your own domain

  • Your own unique website

    Design your own website for every domain you own, including hosting. You can easily design a website for yourself, your business or family in just minutes. Just pick your favourite theme, change the colors, text and pictures and add video or social media.

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  • Personalized Email

    Use your own unique domain name to also make a professional email address. Generate more business by using your email address on business cards and other marketing materials.

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  • OX App Suite Basic

    Your own workspace within your personalised portal, with Calender, Contacts, Tasks, Online Drive, Spreadsheets and Text documents. Create, read and share your documents online. Share your online contacts and files. All available from any device!

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  • Domain Forwarding and Masking

    Forward any domain you own to your website. Anyone who types in your domain will immediately see your website.

  • Advanced DNS Control

    Get full control over all DNS records or add your own nameservers.

  • Change of Registration

    Change the contact details of your domain online or assign your domain to someone else. This requires a variable fee per extension. Click on the domain extension in the table (left) to view applicable fees for that particular extension.