Getting your internet address up and
running isn't the easiest task as a lot of memorable domain names are
already taken. A first step on the way to your own domain is to verify
which domains are still free - no problem with a little help from
checkdomain's search feature.
All you need to do is enter your preferred domain name and extension
into our domain check. Alternatively, you can click on a selection of
different extensions or verify several domains at the same time.
Searching for free domains will only take a couple of seconds.
checkdomain gives you a list of available domains as well as further
information about pricing, validity and the specifics of the relevant
It might be helpful to keep your search flexible when checking for
free domains. One possibility is to modify the desired domain name:
while miller.com is surely taken, names such as m-i-l-l-e-r.com or
miller.in might still be available
If you check free domains, it can be helpful to make the search as
flexible as possible. For example, playing with desired domain name.
Mueller.de, for example, has of course long been taken. But what about
m-u-e-l-l-e-e-r.de or with mueller.in?
In addition to the well-known top-level domains (such as the .com and
.de domain), checkdomain also offers a large selection of less
prevalent domain extensions, making it easier to find a free domain.
You can find these often overlooked domains in the input mask!
While checkdomain is happy to help you search for and find free
domains, we also assist with the registration of any available domains.
Registering a domain online only requires a few simple clicks. Feel
free to contact our customer service if you have any questions.
Checkdomain registers the desired domain with the responsible
registry, assigns a so-called IP address and enters the IP number and
the newly secured Internet domain in the name server.
Checkdomain registers the desired domain with the relevant registry,
issues a so-called IP address and enters the IP number and the newly
secured internet domain into the name server.
If you want an accessible internet address, you will also need a
so-called hosting plan. Checkdomain offers plans of various sizes to
suit your exact needs.
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