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Are Domain Name Packages Good For You?

from: Internet Exposed Files

Domain Name Packages...They sound like a present, don’t they? Well, in a way, they are a bit of a gift. When a company wants to set up a website, it is not a simple matter. In a way, think of it as setting up a storefront; you don’t just rent a building, open the door, and start doing business. You rent the space, get the utilities turned on, set up your mailing address, and then advertise your company, its location, and what you have to offer.

So, when setting up a website, the domain name is but the first step in creating your site. After that, you have to design the look of the site, get an email address created, and then promote your site on the internet via search engines, viral videos, and other efforts. Now, if you know how to do all these things – more power to you. If you have someone who can do it for you – that’s great too. But, if you don’t, then you have to find a way of setting up your website once you have established your domain name. Each and every aspect of a website will cost you money, and if you are a new company just starting out, you may not have the resources for such things.

Well, this is where domain name packages come into play. There are a variety of companies that will sell you not just a domain name, but a full package of information to set up all aspects of your website. They will help you with marketing and promotions, finances, sales, human resources, operations, setting up an email account, and some will even send you a CD with software to help create the actual website.

A typical domain name package will give you one domain name – usually a .com, .net, .info or .org type, a web-based email account tied to your domain name, and some type of basic web hosting. They also give you a domain manager, and they will have technical support available 24/7. The domain manager is a relatively new feature, so be sure to check and make sure that it is included in the package you buy. It has a variety of management features like MX-Records, sub domains, A-Record, and enhanced forwarding.

The MX-Records are resource records that specify how email is routed to you, and the A-Record is what defines your IP (Internet Protocol) address. The whole concept of sub domains can be very useful and powerful to you. In essence, it lets you make use of domain names that are similar to yours. As an example, if you had a website for the ABC television network, you could have sub domains for the various programs of the network. Well, for your business or organization, you can do the same thing.

An outstanding feature of these domain name packages is that they are very reasonable priced; most can be purchased for as little as ten dollars! So, don’t let a firm try to get a high fee out of you for one of these packages; do some comparison shopping and get a good price.




 

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