How to Buy right domain?

Buying a premium domain name is an important business decision, and we are  here to help you every step of the way. We guarantee a safe and easy transaction through

Buying a domain name can be a great way to set up your own website and/or personalized email address. Here are some important factors to keep in mind as well as step-by-step directions for both buying an available domain name and haggling for an occupied one.

Domain name is simple, unique, and easy to remember. That being said, the price (not to mention the intrinsic value) of a domain name depends on many factors including overall length, number of words, ease of spelling, and how much traffic goes there without prompting. A short, one-word name (ex. will be pricy because simple titles have a lot of potential uses, meaning people probably already check them out on their own. If you really need to knock the price down, lengthen it or add “the” or “my” to the front; note, however, that this will also reduce domain performance. Before you allow yourself to completely fall in love with a domain name, create a few variants and backups.

Step 1: Submit an Inquiry

use our domain inquiry interface on start page and submit your basic information through the form provided. Please make sure you indicated, domain name you are interested.

Step 2: Negotiate a Price

Please submit the offer for the domain We will respond to your inquiry. If price is acceptable, we will provide to you payment instructions and start with domain name transfer.

Step 3: Finalize the Deal uses to ensure that transactions are completed safely and fairly for all parties. Escrow accepts your payment and holds the funds in trust until the domain name is irrevocably in your possession.

You will be provided a link to Escrow upon agreement of pricing and terms. You will be asked to sign up, accept terms, and set up the payment. More information on the payment process can be found at

A transfer code (EPP) will then be provided to you so that you can transfer the domain to your own registrar. It is important to note that you will need your own registrar (such as GoDaddy or Network Solutions) to complete this step, as the existing one does not support retail registrations.

Most domain name transfers take approximately 5-10 business days. In some cases, depending on the current registrar of the site, a domain name will qualify for express transfer and you can get your name even faster.

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