A domain is the first essential component of setting up your own Internet "identity". Contrary to popular belief you don't "own"
your domain. A domain is leased from a company called a registrar who is responsible for registering your domain with the global registry.
There are hundreds of domain registrars worldwide. What should you be concerned about when choosing a domain registrar? Stability: You probably shouldn't
choose "Joe's domains" when registering the domain for your multi-million dollar company. Price: Unlike it was 20 years ago, a domain registration shouldn't
cost you $30 a year. Today you should be able to find many registars in the $10/year range. Ease of Use: If the registrar's web site is easy to use chances are
it will be easy to manage your domain. I personally recommend GoDaddy because they are the least expensive registrar and have a stable and reliable
To finish setting up your website you will also need "Hosting" company. The Hosting company provides the "space"
to hold the web pages of your website. <