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Domain names, Web Hosting, Site Lookup & Registration

Aside from getting website hosting services, you also need to register your own domain. At one time, you only had one choice (InterNIC) for registering a domain name in the COM, NET or ORG domains. In late 1998, however, domain name registration was opened up to competition, and the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) was designated to accredit would-be registrars. As a result, numerous players have swarmed into the market. Prices have dropped, and you can now register your name at dozens of sites. Most registrars offer a choice of one, two, five or ten-year registration and charge around $35 US for one year. Shop around, though, because rates vary (some of the sites listed here charge as low as $14.99 Cdn!) Here are a few places to start, together with some handy resources to help you in brainstorming a name:

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