You Should See WhoIs Of your Domains

Recent case studies of 5 small business owners who had their web sites vanish from the net may be the theme of an approaching eBook. The scenario occurs more often than some people understand, so the subsequent guidance has been released now. Free domain registration info is readily recovered and should be reviewed by any website owner who’s unfamiliar with the whois parser.
Many web site owners may not understand what WhoIs means, so here is action plan and the brief version. Do this now!

Web sites vanish for an assortment of reasons, since they’re too busy running a company to understand hazards involved with a www domain or hosting and small business owners are especially susceptible to the issue.
Here is an outline of the fundamental cause in each of the 5 case studies:
1. Inactive Administrative Contact Email Address
2. Concealed Registrar and Wrong Registrant
3. Expired Credit Card for Hosting
4. Hijacked Domain and Identity Theft
5. A Good Example as the Registrant of an ISP Revealed
Learn from the mistakes that others have made, and in several simple steps it is possible to prevent this ill-fated surprise. Guidance contains a cast of characters which could not be comfortable. Let us introduce whois parser so you understand the difference between registrant, registrar, and registry.
Registry – the global authority that commands issue of www domain names to avoid duplicates
Registrar – renew or a service company authorized to file domain names with the registry
Registrant – individual, the thing or company, who owns the permit for a specific domain,
* Note: A domain is not owned by any one. Registering is an exclusive permit for a set period of time.
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