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Domain Names

 

What is a domain name? It is the part of an internet address following the '@' sign or the 'www.'. It can be part of your email or web address, or both. A domain name corresponds to a series of numbers (called Internet Protocol numbers) that serve as routing addresses on the Internet.

Websites have become increasingly important as a result of the increase of interaction between companies and consumers on digital platforms. Names are a limited resource, if there is a domain name that suits you or your business there is no guarantee that someone else won't register it before you do.

How we can help. Tennant IP Ltd. can assist you with registering and protecting your domain names. For more information on this important matter, please get in touch by using the contact details on the Contact Us page.

 


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