.sg is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Singapore. Only Singaporeans can register for a .sg domain. At Z.com, we also offer related domains, which include .com.sg
Being the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Singapore, .com.sg/.sg domains are only obtainable by Singaporeans and legal Singapore-registered businesses.
.com.sg/.sgdomains allow you to rank better in local search results. With Singapore’s rise as a commercial hub, a local domain will grant a competitive advantage for businesses.
Companies or individuals with the .sg/.com.sg domain need to get registered and verified with the SGNIC. This can be a great way to identify yourself to clients that are looking for local brands.
The annual fee charged by ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) for every domain registration, renewal or transfer.
Unlike many other registrars, your domain's contact information is kept private with us, at no additional cost.
Domain forwarding is a convenient function that allows you to direct your visitors to a specified location on the web.
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Not applicable to selected TLDs/ccTLDs due to regulatory restrictions.
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A domain name is simply the online address of your website. Domain names are used preferred to IP addresses since it is easy to remember. An IP address, on the other hand, is in numeric form and may prove difficult for users to remember.
How does it work? Once you key in the domain name in your browser’s address bar, your web host will forward your request to the web server. The server compiles the web page or information requested and sends it to the browser.
A Top-Level Domain (TLD) is the last segment of a domain name that follows the dot symbol. Its main purpose is to identify everything associated with a website such as its purpose, geographical area of origin, its owner among others.
TLDs are classified into two; generic and Country-Specific. Each TLD is manned by a specific organization under the guidance of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Some TLDs have their explanations as follow:
Domain registration is not a complicated task and can take between 24 hours to 3 months depending on various factors such as the domain. Most will, however, take you just a day.
Some domain names are easily approved while others are held to a stricter standard. Although most domain names are open for all to use, other verified domains will need you to go through a verification process. For example, some country code domains will need a proof of business registration.
Registration begins immediately you choose a domain name. Thereafter, the registration request is submitted to the registrar along with the following information;
However, before you register your domain name, you need to confirm whether your name has been copyrighted. After which you can now review and determine how long you would like to pay for the domain.