Find The Perfect Domain Name











Included With Every TLD For Free

Your domain is under your control. You can enable and disable features and transfer to or from DigitalFyre at any time.


DNS Control

Effortlessly manage and update your name server information along with your A, AAAA, NS, MX, CNAME and other DNS records.


ID Protection

Adding domain privacy keeps your personal information – like your name, email address, and phone number protected.


Registrar Lock

Protect your domains from unauthorized transfer requests, thus keeping your domains safe and secure.


Email Forwarding

Easily setup email forwarding for your domain so you have fewer email accounts and inboxes to monitor.

What Is Domain Name?

A domain name is a signpost that points people to the right place on the internet. You probably come into contact with them every day, but if this is the first time you’ve considered registering one yourself, you may not have realized how important it can be to your online identity.

We need domain names because when making a call to action is in plain language, you want something descriptive, memorable, and inviting for your audience. Think you have a great name in mind right now? Search for it now and see if it’s available.

What To Do With Your Domain Name?

Domain names are incredibly flexible tools. Individuals and businesses large and small can use them in many different ways:

Build a website

Whether you have a static page, or a website that is constantly changing, the domain name ties everything together. You can build a blog, a product page, or an online gallery. When you control the domain, you’re in charge.

Redirect to a website

You don’t have to build a website from scratch. Many use domains to “redirect” or point to a pre-existing page, like a social media account, an online portfolio, or a specific video. You can choose where your domain redirects to anytime.

Brand your email

Businesses can use their domains to present a professional email address, like (YourName)@(YourBusiness).com. Your domain can help legitimize your business.

Owning Your Piece Of The Internet

No matter how you use them, domain names themselves can only be “registered,” not owned. What domains do allow you to do is take ownership of your brand. Once you’re in charge of your online presence, you have control over the message, whether it’s through a website, email, or social media. If you or your business need an audience, it’s time to get your domain name. No matter how you use them, domain names themselves can only be “registered,” not owned.

Advantages of Private Registration

Did you know that the central registry will publish your name, address, phone number, and email address on their WHOIS database after you register a domain? This information is available to anyone, anywhere, and anytime.

Whois Information

Registrant Contact

  • Your Full Name.
  • Your Email Address.
  • Your Business Name.
  • Your Business Address.
  • Your Country.
  • Your Phone Number.

Unprotected Information

Personal information visible to anyone who search for it.


Whois Information

Registrant Contact

  • Whois Agent
  • [email protected]
  • Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc.
  • PO Box 639
  • Kirkland, WA 98083. U.S.
  • +1 425.274.0657

Protected Information

Personal information hidden and Whois Agent's information is shown instead.

Domain Names FAQ

There are at least two parts to every domain, the Second-Level Domain (SLD), and the Top-Level Domain (TLD). With new domain extensions, you can express your brand or story using both of these, on either side of the dot.
Yes. Many people register multiple domain names and point each to a different part of their site. This makes calls to action to different parts of a website easy and memorable. With so many new domain extensions, you can keep your brand in the second-level domain, while changing the top-level domain to something like .SOCIAL or .VIDEO. The possibilities are almost endless.
Before you register your name, you might want to conduct a quick Trademark Search to see if a business in the same category as your own has trademarked your name or something similar to it. If so, you may want to choose a different name; trademark holders have several avenues to claim a domain name from you if it falls within their mark.
Whois records are a principal source of email addresses for spammers. If your domain name has ID Protect, we change the generic email address associated with your domain several times a year. Spammers will see this generic email address, but once we change it, that source of spam will be cut off.
For mail which does not appear to be unsolicited commercial mail, we will either forward the mail or fax the content to you. We will not forward junk mail, or forward any other communication if it becomes apparent that you provided the ID Protect address to third parties.
To prove ownership of your domain, temporarily disable ID Protect and then ask the verifying party to confirm Whois registration details at You can do so easily from the DigitalFyre Client Portal.