Want a website, but not sure how to go about it? Your first step would be domain name registration - that's registering the name of your site (the www.mycompany.com bit). Domain names aren't just for websites though; they are also used in the second half of email addresses - firstname.lastname@example.org, for example. Although domain names are predominately used for websites and email addresses, they can also be used to provide a more memorable name for remote access, such as www.myoffice.com
If you're not sure where to go or how to go about it, let us take the strain. We can find suitable available names for you, and when you've decided on a domain name, we can register it officially for you with the appropriate authorities.
All domain names are leased rather than purchased, and the majority cost under £10 per year. When combined with our website hosting or website packages, mamu can offer a simple, all-in-one solution to getting you and your company up and running in cyberspace.
|Unsure of some of the terms we've used? We've handpicked a few definitions for you below, or you can visit our glossary for a comprehensive list. Click on 'read more' to see the full definition.|
|Domain Name: A domain name is the name that identifies a web site - for example, www.mamu.co. Domain names are unique and must be registered in order to be used. Sometimes domain names are used simply for personalised email addresses and not for hosting... read more|
|WHOIS: WHOIS (pronounced 'who is') is a database query, mostly associated with looking up the registration details of a domain name. Every top level domain (TLD) has a WHOIS service available. A WHOIS query returns the name and contact details of ... read more|
|WWW: WWW stands for the World Wide Web, and is part of (but not all of) the internet. Whereas the internet refers to the whole system of interconnected networks, the web is one of the services that runs on the networks and consists of all of the... read more|