Find Your Perfect Domain Name!

Choosing the right domain name for your brand or business is so important, but too many people give this any thought.

Things to consider when choosing a domain name

» Length – shorter names are easier to remember

» Simplicity – avoid complicated words

Find Your Perfect Domain Name!

Features included with every domain

Domain Control Panel

Custom Nameservers

Auto Renewals

DNS Management

What They’re Saying

Customer Testimonials

Been using Jayson to assist within a number of areas of the business since 2012. Always found Jayson to be extremely knowledgeable, creative, and will work to the best possible solution at all times. Would thoroughly recommend Jayson to any SME.

Mark Connor

Managing Director, Six Degrees Recruitment

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I transfer my domain to you?
The transfer process for domain names varies, dependent on the type of domain in question. Contact us and we will help you.
What is the 60-day transfer lock?
When a new domain is registered – or if you transfer a domain name – then it’ll be subject to a 60-day transfer lock which can’t be bypassed.

The 60-day transfer lock is also placed on domains that have had their Registrant contact information updated. You may request the transfer first, and then update the contact information when the transfer to completes to ensure you can transfer your domain.

Domain Contact Validation
Sometimes the Domain Registry requires the person registering the domain – the Registrant – to verify the contact details of their domain.

The verification process is a 15-day window during which a Registrant must provide a response to the verification email sent by the Registry

How do I disable automatic renewal of a domain?

To prevent a domain name from renewing, you need to:

  • Log in to your Domain Control Panel
  • Head to Renewals from within your account.
  • Locate the domain you don’t want to renew and select ‘Options’ > ‘Cancel Auto-Renew’.

This will prevent the domain from renewing.

Helpful Quick Tips & Tricks

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