A: At the bottom of all search results is a field that allows you to submit a request for domain name. We will make out best effort to bring that name into our inventory. Before it is available to the public, we will contact you and give you first dibs on locations you would like it for.
A: Our pricing is based on three factors: the size of the metropolitan area, the volume of searches people perform for the domain’s keywords, and the CPC (cost-per-click) value of the domain’s keywords.
Our pricing is structured to be competitive with PPC search engine advertising opportunities.
A: Domain owners can remove names from our inventory at the end of their contracts with us if they want. Our legally-binding agreements prevent them from yanking out their names prior to that without significant penalties. We ensure our customers do not get the rug pulled out from under them! As contract end dates begin to approach, we work with domain owners to extend contracts so our customers can continue to benefit from their use.
A: Right now our system does not support different contract lengths for different domain names in the same transaction. For the time being, you can simply complete separate orders for each domain name for which you want a different contract length.
A: Our domains are meant to be used only for websites with commercial purposes described by the particular name(s) in question. For example, DivorceLawyer.com can only be used for a divorce attorney’s website. As explained in our Customer License Agreement and Terms of Service, we reserve the right to terminate any contract that violates this provision. We do this to ensure the domain names are used appropriately and without harm to other users.