A website needs an address on the web, this is a domain. This domain must be purchased in advance. For a domain, you need a web space where you can save content (images, text) on your website or a website builder with which you can create your own website. You don't need any programming knowledge for this.
You can use our domain check to find the domain you want. Then we check the order and release it. Your new domain should then be available within two to four hours.
An SSL certificate is very important for a secure website. The SSL certificate is required during the data exchange between the web browser and the web server. Thanks to the SSL certificate, this data is encrypted and thus protected against access by third parties.
Do you want to be present on the Internet? Then you absolutely need the right domain for your website. That's why you should buy a domain for your website.
A domain is your personal or individual address on the Internet that no one else can use. It is used to call up your home page and is also the basis for setting up e-mail accounts. After ordering and registering a domain name, you can create a virtually unlimited website with a very complex structure and a large number of subdomains. The internet space required for this is part of our hosting packages - in DoSieci.pl you will also find the right package for your requirements.
For the sake of their customers, more and more service operators secure their websites with SSL certificates that guarantee encrypted data transmission. DoSieci.pl also offers various SSL certificates, including a free SSL certificate that comes with every hosting service. Your customers can immediately see that they can trust your site by seeing the padlock, the site security symbol, in the address bar of their browser .. With an SSL certificate, you also prevent Google from marking your site with a "unsafe" warning label, which can discourage many customers from visiting your site .
If you are interested in a specific domain name and want to know the current owner, simply start a query against publicly available Whois databases.
You can use the data stored there to contact the owner of the Internet address.
For Polish domains: www.dns.pl
For global domains: www.who.is
For European domains: www.eurid.eu
Also known as a top-level domain or TLD for short, it is the last part of a domain, such as .de or .com. Distinguishes:
- Country-specific domain endings (ccTLD: Country Code Top Level Domains), e.g. .pl for Poland, .at for Austria, .it for Italy, etc.
- Generic domain endings (gTLD: Generic Top Level Domains), e.g. .biz, .org, .net. or .info.
DoSieci.pl offers a large selection of cheap domain extensions for the selected domain. In the table above you will find an overview of all the domain offers you can buy from us. Our support team will be happy to answer any specific questions you may have regarding ordering a domain free of charge on 91 383 17 83
- Trademark Rights : Do not infringe any third party rights in your domain. Put simply: you can't use third-party brand names on your domain
- Cities and municipalities : Names of cities or municipalities can only be registered by them. Important: Combinations such as domains-wien.at are of course allowed!
- Umlaut characters : Domains containing umlaut characters may cause problems when sending and receiving e-mail in some e-mail programs. Also secure your domain with a full umlaut and use it as an email address.
- Fasteners : If the domain requested contains a dash, it must also be secured without the dash. This will prevent visitors from entering your domain incorrectly or faking your presence on the Internet.
- Short and memorable : The goal is to find a domain that is as short and memorable as possible. The risk of spelling errors is minimized and the name is saved faster.
- Domain length : Almost all domains can be 1-63 characters long. The domain extension is not included here.
Simply perform a domain query to validate your domain.
- Keywords : Google does not favor domains that contain keywords. However, it can be assumed that a user is more likely to click on the domain of the keyword as it is most likely to get information that is important to them.
With the Whois query, you can query for owner details, technical and administrative contact of an already registered domain . Since its introduction GDPR Whois data has become more anonymous .
For multiple domain extensions, you'll need to apply to the appropriate registry to find out who owns the domain. For example, if you perform a Whois query on a .at domain that has been registered as an individual, you will only see the domain name in public Whois data.
If you want to know the owner of this .at domain now, you need to authenticate with nic.at and be able to prove a legitimate interest to receive the owner details.
The prices of the respective domains are determined by the appropriate registries. The relevant registry has a free hand in determining the prices of domain extensions. So the domain technology has no influence on this.