Dec 9, 2010 ... You don't actually buy the domain name, you rent it from your registrar ....
Question: Why do we have to pay for a domain name if the web is free ...
Oct 29, 2013 ... Many people are curious, why domain names are not free. What do we need to
pay for when the Internet is a free network with no bounds?
Feb 28, 2012 ... On a comment to another article on my site, someone asked: “Why do you have
to pay an organisation to buy your own web address, isn't the ...
Do you have to pay to keep a domain name for a second year? Can you
terminate a domain name? Can you change registrars?
Some web hosts will register it and pay for the name for free (usually only the
commercial ... If you want to register a domain name, here's what you need to do.
Nov 8, 2012 ... So I've convinced you that domain names are being snapped up like beer at a
student party but why should you care? You don't even need a ...
Mar 28, 2013 ... Why everyone should register a domain name ... Unless you have an extremely
uncommon last name, you'll be unlikely to find it available. ... If everyone who
reads our reporting, who likes it, helps to pay for it, our future would ...
Jan 14, 2013 ... Image via VirtueHosting.com I'm sure you have all been frustrated at least ... Who
owns all of these names, and should you ever buy one for a premium? ... be well
worth a few thousand dollars, but don't pay a fortune for one.
Do: Include a location or keywords in your domain name, if you can. ... "The
reality is you have to pay for every one of those," Bedord says. "The value is
really in ...
Jan 17, 2012 ... Who owns them (domains) before they are being used?" Technically, no one
owns ... How much should I pay for a domain name "magic.me"?