Secure your success online by registering the perfect domain name for your business or idea.
No technical skills required. Activate your email and website features in one click.
Redirect your domain to an existing site or online profile at no additional cost.
Unlimited email aliases to forward messages to your current mailbox.
Structure your site any way you want without limits on the number of subdomains.
Your journey to online success starts with buying a domain name, so securing the right one straight away is crucial. At one.com, we offer hundreds of domain extensions (top-level domains) for maximum variety and flexibility. Check if your preferred domain is still available, and easily find variations that are just as great.
From all-time favourites to innovative and quirky choices, our domains always come at great prices. So why buy just one? Register multiple domain extensions to reap extra rewards. For example, cross-border businesses could gain brand and SEO benefits from registering local domains in their key markets, while new startups could find cool new domain names to define their brand identity. Popular keywords describing what you do are another way to increase your reach on the web.
All your domains are easily accessible in our control panel with key settings at your fingertips. Once you’re ready to explore more domain features, email accounts and website building tools are just a click away. What’s even better, multiple domain names can be grouped sharing a single subscription with considerable savings compared to individual plans.
Your domain name is a gateway to endless possibilities online. While building a brand-new website takes time, your domain name doesn’t have to remain idle until showtime. Change its DNS settings easily to redirect to an existing social media profile, directory, marketplace listing, or even your CV, enabling you to capture traffic and interest immediately.
Our control panel supports unlimited email aliases – email addresses based on your domain that forward incoming messages to your main mailbox. Set up aliases like [email protected] or [email protected] to start receiving messages from prospects as soon as your domain is active. To send emails from these addresses, you’ll need to upgrade to a plan with email account hosting.
Subdomains such as blog.domain.com and dk.services.directory.net can offer an intuitive structure to a large project. With unrestricted subdomains, the sky is the limit at one.com. Build a site structure that works for your business and is easily indexed by search engines to increase your SEO rankings. It’s just as easy to create additional independent websites on each of your subdomains.
Buying a domain name is super simple. Just search for your preferred domain name in our “Search domain here” box to check its availability. Then select it, and we’ll guide you through the checkout. If your preferred choice is already taken or reserved, our domain search will automatically suggest similar or related alternatives. These recommendations include choosing a different top-level domain extension (TLD), adding a hyphen or using a closely related domain name. Many businesses choose to register multiple domain name variations and extensions to protect their brand and use them in marketing. For example, you will be wise to register Yourbusiness.com as the main website destination, Yourbusiness.co.uk for your British audience and description.london to reap SEO benefits from attracting new customers searching for your businesses in Google Local.
The short answer is: in theory, yes, but not really. Confusing? We know, so let’s try to explain. Theoretically, any domain name that is not currently taken or reserved can be registered by you. However, bear in mind that restrictions may apply:
Don’t register a domain name that is closely related to another brand unless you can prove your right to do so, as you might be in breach of their trademark which could end up being costly.
Special characters are not allowed. A domain name can only consist of letters, numbers and hyphens, but even hyphens aren’t allowed at the end or beginning. Learn more about domain names.
The minimum character length for domain names is three plus the domain extension. The maximum length is 63 characters apart from .uk, .com, .org and .net extensions which can be 64 characters long.
Some domain extensions can only be registered by government bodies (gov.uk), academic institutions (ac.uk), private limited companies (ltd.uk), public limited companies (plc.uk), or citizens of the EU (.eu).
Some country-specific top-level domains such as .no, .ca, .fr and many more require you to have residency or business headquarters in the country.
You can easily check domain name availability using our domain search function. You’ll instantly see whether your preferred domain name is free and if available, you can register it straight away. In case your domain is already taken, we’ll show you closely linked alternative options including variations on the domain name itself and available domain name extensions.
Don’t worry! We’ve got a broad selection of Top-Level Domains (TLDs) to choose from. These include classics such as .net and .org, but even cooler and more industry-specific options like .digital, .academy, .photography and geographic locations such as .london, .berlin, etc.
Our domain name checker makes hundreds of super-fast requests to different Top-Level Domain registries to check whether your preferred domain name is still available. If it is, you can register and buy it straight away. If it isn’t, we’ll show you a vast number of closely related alternatives you can register instead.
If the domain you’ve typed in is yours, you can easily transfer it to one.com.
Your domain name is the first impression your visitors, clients and customers will get of you. It’s a key element of your brand and identity, so getting it right is crucial. Here are our top tips to help you choose a domain name that is right for your business:
Go for a branded, creative domain name rather than a generic one to make it unique and stand out amongst the competition.
Avoid using hyphens and numbers. Try keeping it simple, short and predictable. If the same domain without the hyphen is taken, chances are you’ll lose a lot of business to that rival website.
Choose a domain name that is easy to spell, type and to pronounce, making it easily shareable.
Think about the longevity of your domain name – will you still be happy with it in years to come?
Choose the right domain name extension for your business. Whether you opt for a classic, country-specific or funky TLD, make sure it’s the right choice for your business or project.
To protect your brand, we’d recommend registering your domain name with several domain extensions to stop imposters from acquiring them.
As soon as you’ve chosen your perfect domain name, register your corresponding social media handles so no none else can take them.
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