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Bulk Domain Search FAQ
Bulk Domain Search - is there an easy way?
W3C Web Services takes the headache out of registering multiple domains with its bulk domain check tool. Enter as many as 500 domains in the box, making sure to list each domain you want on a separate line.
W3C Web Services returns two lists: Unavailable Domain Names and My Selected Domain Names. Use the Select All option to quickly register all available domains or look through the list and pick those you'd like to register one by one.
Does W3C Web Services offer discounts for multiple domains?
We offer discounts on multiple domains, but discount amount varies depending on the domain and extension.*
What if a domain I want is already registered to someone else?
You can try to find out who owns the domain by looking in the WhoIs database. However, if the domain owner has not chosen to make their information public, their contact information won't be displayed.
If you like, you may contact the owner directly and ask if he or she is willing to sell the domain name. In cases of private registration, you must contact the owner through the company that provides the registration.
I misspelled my domain name. Now what?
Once you register a domain, it's yours – even if it's spelled wrong. We suggest you register the correct domain right away, if it's available. You may cancel the misspelled domain if you like, but we can't refund any part of the registration fee.
You might consider keeping the misspelled domain and directing it to your main (correctly spelled) domain. If you misspelled your name, others looking for your website might do the same thing. Owning a misspelled domain allows you to capture visitors who would otherwise be lost.
Why should I register more than one domain name?
There are lots of reasons to own more than one domain name. Businesses often buy misspellings of their names, for example, to capture those Web searchers who aren't good spellers (or typists). Domainers register hundreds or even thousands of domains with the end goal of selling at least some of them at a profit. For them, the bulk domain search tool is a must.
There are other advantages of registering a variety of domain names:
- Prevent competitors from using a domain name that's similar to yours to trick shoppers into buying from them rather than you.
- Advertise individual product lines on separate websites
- Attract more site visitors by directing keyword domains you own to your main website
- Increase your chances of getting listed by major search engines
- Target specific groups of shoppers by using domain names that appeal to them
- Give your customers more ways to find you on the Web
- Protect your brand and online identity from squatters who might try to sell you related domains at outrageous prices
Thanks to W3C Web Services's bulk domain name search tool, you can check the availability of up to 500 domains at once.
Can I register a domain that's expired?
Once a domain has expired and the owner has not renewed it during the grace period, the domain may be released. When a domain goes to public auction, you may bid on it and win it that way.
If an expired domain isn't renewed, redeemed, or sold at auction, it goes back to its registry. The registry decides if and when to release it for registration. Once released, that domain can be registered through any registrar, including W3C Web Services.