Registering Domain Names or Transferring
Pulse Media Solutions has a team dedicated to ensuring you keep your domain for your business. They can also help you ascertain your desired domain name, if available. Domain names can be confusing and the management of them can become complicated and confusing. Let Pulse Media Solutions help you with your domain names.
Domain Name Registration
Pulse Media Solutions offers Domain Name Registration for the domain name of your choice, if available. If your looking to create a new website for your business we can register that name, if available. We will make sure that the domain name you want is available, and if not we will suggest alternatives that might work. We can register domains for 1 year or up to 5 years at a time. We handle the registration of the domain and the setup to make sure it points to your website.
When you register a domain it’s like creating the book cover. It’s the name by which your website will be referred to as. Such as this website, www.pulsemediasolutions.com. The contents of the book is your website and the cover is what makes your content known. If you write a book without a cover, no one will know how to get hold of it. A website is the same way, a domain name creates that gateway for users to see your website and it’s contents.
.com .net .org .biz .info … What one is for me?
The .com, .info, .name, .net, and .org TLDs are open and unrestricted. Traditionally, however, names in .net have been used by organizations involved in Internet infrastructure activities and .org is frequently used by noncommercial organizations. .biz is reserved for use by businesses. For more information on .biz restrictions, please visit the .biz registry operator at www.nic.biz. .name is dedicated exclusively to individuals’ personal names.
Someone else has registered my company’s name as a domain name.
All ICANN-accredited registrars follow a uniform dispute resolution policy. Under that policy, disputes over entitlement to a domain-name registration are ordinarily resolved by court litigation between the parties claiming rights to the registration. Once the court rules who is entitled to the registration, the registrar will implement that ruling. In disputes arising from registrations allegedly made abusively (such as “cyber squatting” and “cyber piracy”), the uniform policy provides an expedited administrative procedure to allow the dispute to be resolved without the cost and delays often encountered in court litigation. In these cases, you can invoke the administrative procedure by filing a complaint with one of the dispute-resolution service providers listed at http://www.icann.org/udrp/approved-providers.htm. For more details on the uniform dispute resolution policy, see http://www.icann.org/udrp/udrp.htm, and the FAQs at http://www.internic.net/faqs/udrp.html.
Domain Name Transfers
Pulse Media Solutions offers Domain Name Transfer for the domain name of your choice. If your looking to transfer your domain to a new registrar because the old registrar is out of business or they charge too much we can transfer and re-register that domain name. We will make sure that the domain name transfer does not upset the website and we charge half of what competitors charge for the same service.*
What Is Domain Name Transferring?
When you transfer a domain name you take it away from one registrar and place it with another. You change the registering company for your domain name. Reasons for transferring domain names include: Too Expensive, Poor Customer Service, Lack of Support and more. Transferring a domain name does not affect the performance of a website.
Someone else has registered a domain I want.
First you contact the company that you wish to transfer your domain to. Never contact the company you are currently registered with until required. Some companies have turned off domains when they receive word that a customer is transferring. It’s not ethical or legal, but it does happen. Once you contact the new registrar and start the transfer, you are required to authorize the transfer by logging into the old company and giving approval. You then receive in email (usually) an authorization code that you must give to the receiving company. Once that is complete the transfer takes roughly 48-72 hours to complete. During this time, if the losing company didn’t do anything to the domain such as altering the DNS servers, your website performance should not be altered and your website should function as normal. Although it can not be guaranteed, past experience has shown no problems with transferring domain names.