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We offer Domain Privacy protection just for $ 8.75/year

When registering a domain, a buyer’s information is automatically compiled into a database called WHOIS. This database acts as an internet phone book allowing any individual to research web address holders worldwide. Personal information such as your phone number, email address, and physical address is accessible to anyone with an internet connection.

M2host.com offers a Domain Privacy service to our clients to keep sensitive information under lock and key. While it is necessary for M2host to have your personal information, we can keep your contact details out of the hands of spammers, squatters, and other bad guys looking to exploit the WHOIS directory. Just be sure to add WHOIS Domain Privacy to your shopping cart when purchasing your domain and we will take care of the rest.

These Features Included with Every Domain Name

DNS Management

Easily update your name server info along with your MX, CNAME and other records.

Free Subdomains Included

Create as many subdomains (news.yourdomain.com) as you want to customize your site.

Free Custom NameServers

Create professional-looking "vanity" nameservers (ns1.yourdomain.com) branded with your domain.

Domain Forwarding

You have full control to forward your domain to any existing website.

Domain Locking

Protect your domain from unauthorized transfer requests or scammers.

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Whether it's helping you choose a domain name, walking you through our website builder, or configuring email system for your business, our expert team is here to help you. Please don't hesitate to contact us with your questions!


      

A domain name is a unique web address on the Internet, like www.example.com. Much like buying real estate in the physical world, when you register a domain name it becomes your property in the online world. No two domain names can be the same which means that if the domain name you want is already registered, you are unfortunately out of luck. Domain names can also have different domain extensions, or TLDs, attached to the end of it. For example, you may own www.example.com, however www.example.net may still be available.

Domain extensions are the letters that appear after your domain name. For instance, in www.example.com, .com is the extension. There are several to choose from and they typically represent a word - com represents the word "commercial", mobi is short for "mobile", and so on.

Generic top level domains, or gTLDs, are the most well known of the domain extensions available on the Internet. They include familiar extensions such as .com, .net, .info, .org, etc.

A number of new gTLDs will be making their way to the Internet in the next few years. These new domain extensions give individuals and businesses more options to finding the domain name of their choice, and allow your website address to describe the type of business you are.

Some of these new gTLDs include .academy, .buzz, .club, .me, and many more.

Country code top level domains, or ccTLDs, are domain extensions (the letters that appear after your domain name) that are specific to a particular area or country. Some examples of ccTLDs include:
• .ca (Canada)
• .eu (European Union)
• .de (Germany)
• .uk (United Kingdom)
• .hk (Hong Kong)



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