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Don't let your Business be just another .COM
Premium Domain Names are high value, popular names that have already been registered but are up for sale by the Domain owner. With Premium names you can:
Register a catchy name that accurately defines your business and differentiates you from the crowd.
Get well established names that boast of an excellent page rank, making it easier for your customers to find you.
Invite type-in traffic with keyword-rich Premium Domains and boost your SEO ranking.
Build a powerful brand that best describes your business - great for Products, Services, Portals, Blogs and more!
Premium Domains are highly sought after domain names made up of important keywords and brand friendly words/phrases. They are usually privately owned and are sold at a much higher price than an ordinary domain name.
Typically, Premium Domains are short, popular names that contain important keywords/keyphrases and hence command a higher value. Since they have been registered previously, they are well-established and boast of a higher page rank on the search engines. Hence, because they are well-geared to attract more traffic, they come at a higher price which is reflective of their value.
No. In most cases, Premium Domains renew at the regular price of that TLD.
We have a dedicated page that allows you to search for Premium Domains under the Domains Tab. Alternatively, when you perform a regular domain search, we will show you the best available Premium Domains that closely match the domain you've searched for. Finally, if the domain you searched for via our regular domain search happens to be a Premium Domain itself, it will be prominently highlighted on our results page as a Premium Domain.
After you complete the purchase of a Premium Domain with us, we will proceed to complete the transfer of ownership. This may take upto 5-7 days. A confirmation email will be sent to your registered email address as soon as ownership of the domain has been transferred to your account. You can then proceed to manage the domain as you would manage a regular domain name.