Register Your Domain Name

A  Domain Name is your address on the Internet. With your domain people everywhere can remember and reach your Internet resources. A domain can point to an email account, a web page, a blog, social media and more.

Free Domain with Purchase Offer is Back

The free domain registration with new hosting purchase is back.  Get a popular .com, .co, .org, or .net with the purchase of most of our hosting plans.  Details, including how to claim you free domain, are in the prior post. Please read it because you have to put the...
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*Free Domain Offer

Get a free domain name with the purchase of selected nic.com hosting packages for a term of one, two or three years. Simply select Webesite Builder, Windows or Linux Hosting, Wordpress Site or Quick Shopping Cart and add it to your cart first. Your cart will then...
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Email

Use your domain name in your email address. Advertise your business name with every email you send, not someone else’s name.

Hosting

Add instant credibility to your business with your own web page. Web hosting tools from easy drag and drop builders to root access on your own dedicated server.

Security

SSL certificates assure visitors of your identity and protect their privacy by encryption.  Nic.com also offers web site security monitoring.

Powerful Tools for Your Business

Sell products on your web site. Maintain a mailing list and create campaigns that get results.

SSL Certificates

Sites without SSL will be marked “not secure” in most web browsers. Add a SSL certificate to your web site.

Transfer

Transfer registration of your domain to nic.com. Consolidate administration of your domains in one place.

The “Golden” Domain Name

For Mac Nagaswami, the founder and CEO of Carvertise, only a com would do. In his words “it’s the seal of credibility.” Find out how this young man with limited cash drove ten and a half hours (with his mother) to, ultimately, get the com he wanted....
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Free Domain with Purchase Offer is Back

The free domain registration with new hosting purchase is back.  Get a popular .com, .co, .org, or .net with the purchase of most of our hosting plans.  Details, including how to claim you free domain, are in the prior post. Please read it because you have to put the...
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Change Your Name

Venture capitalist Paul Graham advises that if you cannot get the .com version of your business name Change Your Name. If you have a US startup called X and you don't have x.com, you should probably change your...
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Personal Hosting for $1/month and the Free Domain Offer Applies

Create a great web site in minutes Featuring drag and drop site design, professional templates, free stock images and included hosting. Only US $1 per month for the first year. To claim your free domain name add Personal Website Builder to your shopping cart first, then from your cart search for your free domain. See basket for details. No promo...
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If you use a mobile device to connect to nic.com

You should be using the nic.com mobile app for android. Its free, its convenient, and its faster.
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We’ve Added a Link to Telephone Support Numbers

Often the quickest way to resolve a problem is to get assistance on the telephone.  nic.com has local support numbers in seventeen countries. In the past it could be hard to find the local numbers on this site so we have added a top menu item "support-numbers" with a...
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We Value Your Security

Online security is important to everyone. Nic values your security and your customer's security. With Ultimate Web Hosting an SSL Certificate and Secure DNS is included in the package. Search engines like Google now give a ranking boost to sites secured by SSL. One of...
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The “Golden” Domain Name

For Mac Nagaswami, the founder and CEO of Carvertise, only a com would do. In his words “it’s the seal of credibility.” Find out how this young man with limited cash drove ten and a half hours (with his mother) to, ultimately, get the com he wanted....
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Are You Prepared if Linked-In Goes Out of Business?

If you are in business, you should not rely on third parties to maintain contact with your customers. What are some examples of relying on third parties? If you store your contact's names, email, and telephone number on your Linked-In account. If you direct your...
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