Registering a domain name
Registering a domain name is a pretty straight forward process. There is no waiting time involved in the process. First of all, think of a name that you want to register. Then go to a domain registration site like Godaddy or Namecheap and find whether it can be registered or not. If the domain is already registered by someone, then you’ll have to look for another one. It’s better to register a .com domain name rather than going with other domain name extensions.
If you don’t have much money with you to register a .com domain name, then you should try registering a .info domain name. Domain names with .info extensions cost just a fraction of .com registration fee. You’ll be getting them for under 2.5 USD. When registering a domain name, you’ll be asked to enter your name, address, phone number and email address. Once you enter those details and make the payment, the domain registration process would be officially completed. Your next job should be to host the site online. Even that process is simple and straight forward. Once you register and host a site on your own, you’ll understand how easy it is to create a website.
Once you make the payment, you’ll get a confirmation email from the domain name registrar mentioning that the domain has been successfully registered. Now it’s time to login to your domain management account with the username and password that you entered while registering account at the domain registration website. After you login to your domain management account, you’ll see all the domain names that you have registered there, with them. Next, click on the newly registered domain name, and change the nameserver details. Before you change the nameserver details, you should order an hosting account from a hosting provider. After you do that, you’ll be provided with nameserver details in your email. You should enter those nameserver details by clicking on your domain name in your domain management account.