Domain Registrations & Pricing

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A few tips to get Perfect Domain

Tips for Finding the Perfect Domain Name for Your Business.

Your domain comes With Gift

Your domain is your business key. That's why we give you this gift for free.


Our control panel is designed for ease of use. Manage your online awesomeness from one single dashboard.

Register Lock

Prevent unauthorized transfers of your domain names, & retain control to unlock domains if you so please.

DNS Module

Route your DNS to us, another host, dedicated IPs, the moon — wherever you'd like (minus the moon part).


For a small fee, you can protect your personal information from being publicly available on the WHOIS database.

Auto Renewal

If you forget to renew your domain, you could lose it (gasp!). That's why we set up auto renew, so you don't gotta worry.


24/7 Domain support.

Talk to one of our hosting specialist who will review your needs and propose a tailored hosting solution that will match your specific business reality and needs.


Domain FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about our domain checker tool and domain name registration

A domain is similar to the online version of a home address in real life. It's how people can find your website.

You can simply enter a website address into the search bar on Google and the top search result should be the website that you are looking for. is a domain, just like and Ideally, a domain should be registered under the same name as the brand it’s representing.

It is important to have domain names to help potential visitors find your site. Without assigned website names, we would only be able to access them by entering their IP address.

Since an IP address is a string of numbers like it is obvious that it would be very hard to search for a site if we didn’t use domains to make things easier.

With keywords and brand names in domains, it is much easier for people to look up websites and find what they are looking for online.

Since there are so many domain name options to choose from, the first thing you want to check is that your chosen domain name is still available. To begin, you will enter the domain name in the search box and then click “Search” for your results. When the search is complete, if your domain name is available, you’ll be directed to a page where you can review and purchase it. In the event your domain name isn’t available, Bluehost can provide several variations and extensions of that domain name for you to choose from.

Using the website domain checker is as easy as typing your perfect domain name into the search bar at the top of the page to find out if it's available.

From there, you can follow the steps to purchase that domain, get it registered, and even get a hosting plan to go with it.

Of course. When you register a domain, it belongs to you – and not the company that you registered it with.

It is easy to use our domain transfer service to switch to TechMyline® Ltd. We will walk you through every step of the process.

No, once you register a new domain you cannot change it. However, you can purchase a new domain name and move your website there.

The minimum registration period for domains is 1 year. With TechMyline® Ltd. you can also register .com, .net, .org, and other domains for 3 years if you know you've found your dream name.

If you want to remain the current owner of your domain and make sure that it is always registered to you and your website, you can set up automatic renewal. Depending on the domain registration period, this renewal will happen after either 1 or 3 years.

No. The www in front of a URL is not a part of your domain – it's a subdomain.

If you do add www in front of your registered domain name, the final website address will look something like this: For that reason, you should only enter the exact words you want to appear in the domain.

TLD stands for top-level domain. It is the final part of any domain like .com, .org, or .gov.

ccTLD stands for country-code top-level domain. It is a subcategory of TLDs used to identify a particular country – for example,, .de, .mx, and .fr are all ccTLDs.

gTLD stands for generic top-level domain. gTLDs are the most common type of domain name, in part because this category includes .com domains, which have more registrations than all ccTLDs combined.

Historically, the main gTLDs were .com, .org, .net, .edu, .gov, and .mil, but the number of available gTLDs has been expanded with the addition of TLDs like .online, .xyz, and .name.

When you purchase a domain name, your personal information is registered to your domain and can be found in the public WHOIS directory. In order to keep your information private you want to utilize TechMyline® Ltd.s Domain Privacy + Protection, which also helps protect you from spam and identity theft by keeping your personal information concealed and instead listing generic TechMyline® Ltd. contact information. Domain Privacy + Protection also scans the website you created with your domain and alerts you if there are any changes made or if there is any harmful malware.


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