What's in a name? As it turns out, quite a lot! Your name—or in this case, your domain name—is the very first thing people associate with your website.
They type it in to get to your website. They see it at the top of every page. They use it when they talk about your site with their friends. They grow familiar with it.
To the majority of people, your domain is your website. So make sure you claim your perfect domain—before someone else does!


"TLD" stands for top-level domain, and it refers to the domain extension that comes after the dot (.) in your domain name.
The TLDs you're probably most familiar with are: .com .net .org
Since the very first domain was registered, TLDs have expanded to include hundreds of different domain extensions, some with their own rules and regulations.
For your reference, here is a full list of the TLDs that we can currently support. (Some restrictions may apply, depending on the individual TLD.)