GPD Host Company provides its customers with the ability to choose and register domain names. Free domain names are included along with free SSL certificates.
All of these freebies are available if you purchase any of our web hosting plans. Customers can choose from three domain name extensions – .pro, .party or .club.
We are providing one domain totally free of cost. The user can get one domain, but there are some conditions for that. If you are getting free domain from GPDhost then you need to continue at least for a year with website hosting.
Another noteworthy free domain is .xyz – for those who like a mathematical approach to the name of the resource. This name can serve as a mirror of the main site.
We have made it as easy as possible for you to register and get a domain. If you have any questions about domain hosting – you can contact our round the clock technical support. Make a name for yourself today!
How to choose a domain address and zone
Some domain extensions are trendy and innovative, while others remain classic. The most identifiable domain extension is ‘.com.’ which was first registered in 1985. The extension ‘.Com’ is popular and can belong to just about any type of website: a blog, a private company, an online store, a streaming site, an editorial magazine or a brand.
Meanwhile, an extension like ‘.org’, ‘.net’, ‘.info’ may be a better option for a non profit organization or institution. Certain domain expansions have come to indicate the specifics of a company or a blog , like ‘.party’, ‘.bar’, ‘.club’. No one will remember your IP address, but they will remember the name of your site.
Website’s Domain Name
Naming your website is one of the most vital things to do. Your domain name will define many things. It is the first thing that will be seen across the web. You should consider which domain extension you want as well.
The most common advice is to keep it short. Shortness can help keep a website name simple and memorable. Try to come up with an original name. It would be great if it’s associated with a website topic.
Registering domain names is pretty straightforward once you have picked a name. As for domain extensions you can pick .com or .net, or any other top level domain. Or use specific domain endings for your niche.