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  • What photography or art related domain extensions do you support?

    We support several domain extensions that fall under the art and photography categories. All of them were recently released or are about to launch. .CAMERA .EQUIPMENT .GALLERY .GRAPHICS .INK .LIGHTING .PHOTOGRAPHY .PHOTO .PHOTOS .PICS .PICTURES .PRODUCTIONS .STUDIO .TATTOO .WORK .WORKS Looking to put some color into your life? Check out our color themed domains! See our full list of TLDs that we support.

  • What North American domain extensions does Dynadot support?

    We support several country code top-level domains (ccTLDs), as well as regional and city TLDs. Some TLDs may have recently launched or will be launching soon. ccTLDs: .CA - Canada's domain. .MX - Mexico's domain. .US - The United States' domain. Regional TLDs: .QUEBEC - Regional domain for Quebec, Canada's predominantly French-speaking province. City TLDs: .LA - City domain for Los Angeles, CA. .NYC - City domain for New York City, NY. .VEGAS - City domain for Las Vegas, NV. In addition to these geographic TLDs, we also offer several Spanish TLDs and French TLDs. If you want to see more ccTLDs, regional TLDs, or city TLDs that we support, simply click on the title. You can also check out our full list of TLDs that we support.

  • What real estate related domain extensions do you support?

    We support several domain extensions that fall under the real estate category. Most of them were recently released or are about to launch. .APARTMENTS .CASA - House in Spanish .CONDOS .ESTATE .FORSALE .FOUNDATION .HOUSE .HAUS - House in German .IM - Used as short for "immobilien" in German, "immobilier" in French, and "immobiliare" in Italian, which all mean real estate. .IMMO - Also used as short for "immobilien" in German, "immobilier" in French, and "immobiliare" in Italian, which all mean real estate. .IMMOBILIEN - Real estate in German .LAND .LEASE .MAISON - House in French .MORTGAGE .PROPERTIES .PROPERTY .REPAIR .RENT .RENTALS .VILLAS .ZONE Not quite what you are looking for? Check out our architecture, building, and contracting related domain extensions or our home related domains. See our full list of TLDs that we support.

  • What political domain extensions do you support?

    We support a few domain extensions that fall under the political category. All of them were recently released or are about to launch. .DEMOCRAT .REPUBLICAN .VOTE .VOTING .VOTO See our full list of TLDs that we support.

  • What is a domain hack?

    A domain hack is a domain that combines the domain name with the top-level domain (TLD) to spell out a word or saying such as ComeWith.ME. There are many TLDs that can be used to create domain hacks. Most of our new TLDs can be used to create sayings as many of them are words such as .CAB or .HIPHOP. You can create domain hacks such as GrabA.CAB or Ilove.HIPHOP. Check out our list of domain hack TLDs or see our full list of TLDs to find more awesome domain hack opportunities! You can also see more examples in our domain hacks blog post.

  • Where can I find a list of my inactive domains?

    Any domains that have expired, been deleted, been moved, or been transferred away are considered "inactive" and will be listed in our inactive domains page within your Dynadot account. To find a list of your inactive domains, please follow these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Select "My Domains" from the left-side menu bar and click "Inactive Domains" in the drop-down. This page is defaulted to list domains by their expiration date, with the most recent dates at the top; however, you can also click on "Domain Name" to list it alphabetically by domain name. You can also use the search to find domains more easily. You can potentially restore a domain on this page. If the domain is eligible to be restored, it will have a check box next to it.

  • How do I add domains to the watchlist?

    A domain watchlist is a list of domains that someone wants to track. To add domains to your watch list, please follow these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Select "Tools" from the left-side menu bar and click "Watchlist" in the drop-down. Click the "Add Domains" button. Enter the domain name(s) you want to add in the "Watchlist" box. Press the "Add to Watchlist" button to save your changes. You can also add domains to your watchlist directly from our Expired Auctions, Marketplace, and Backorders by clicking on the domain you are interested in and clicking "Add to Watchlist". How do I remove a domain from my watchlist?

  • How do I change my domain privacy in bulk?

    We recently added the ability to hide your name (in addition to email, phone, and address) in our domain privacy service. Although new registrations with privacy will automatically default to full privacy, registrations that had privacy before the new privacy was added are set to partial privacy (meaning the name is not private). To change your domain privacy in bulk, please follow these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Click “My Domains”, then “Manage Domains” from the left-side menu bar. Check the boxes next to the domain names for which you wish to adjust privacy. To select all your domains, check the box at the top of the frame. Click "Bulk Action", then "Privacy Settings". Choose your desired privacy status in the drop-down menu. Click on the "Submit" button to save your changes. Please keep in mind that it may take a few days for Whois database to be updated to your altered Whois contacts. If you do not yet have privacy, and would like to add it for your domains, please refer to our help file on how to add domain privacy in bulk.

  • What is your Spam Policy?

    Dynadot does not allow its services to be used for the transmission of spam. If we receive any complaints about your domain being used to send spam, we will promptly start an investigation. First, you will receive an email warning from us notifying you that we have received a spam complaint for your domain(s), and asking you to stop sending spam. If you choose to ignore our warning and continue to send spam, we will deactivate your domain or disable your entire Dynadot account (depending on the severity of the situation). You will no longer be able to control the name servers for your domain(s), and instead an error page will appear in its place. You will not receive a refund or an account credit. To report a domain that has sent spam, please submit a spam complaint.

  • What is a reserved domain name?

    Reserved domain names are domain names that the central registry has held back from general registration. This means that they are not available to register. The reason for this can vary. In some cases, certain domains may be held back due to potential "name collisions." Often, registries will decide to not release one and two character domain names. And sometimes registries will hold back certain domain names they consider valuable. For example, the .ME registry has held back certain premium domain names that you can only register by application. Please note that sometimes registries decide to release previously reserved domain names. Generally when this is done, the reserved domain names are considered premium by the registry and sold at a higher price. Is the domain you’re looking for taken or unavailable? Enter keywords into our domain suggestion tool and discover quality domains that are available for registration.

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