The domain name on the Internet is the electronic address where the interested party will find your website.
It is assigned for exclusive use to a natural or legal person. The owner of the domain name has the exclusive right to use it for as long as he has paid the registration fees. Assigning a domain name is valid for 2 years after submitting the assignment request to the Registry. It may be renewed by submitting a renewal request to the Registrar no later than 3 business days prior to its expiration date.
A domain name is unique and consists of:
- the prefix (eg business name, creator name, etc.) and
- a suffix (such as .com, .eu, .gr, .net, .org, .de, .it, .uk) that identifies the use of the website or country of origin.
The new form of domain names are suffixes that characterize a site. For example if you have a website that deals with events in Thessaloniki, such as at www.thessaloniki-events.gr, you can register at: www.thessaloniki.events (provided you register the domain name: .events).
It is also common practice to register more than one domain name, with variations of the same name. This prevents it from being vetted by competing websites by disorienting your customers. All of your domain names listed will send the visitor to the same unique website, yours.
Contact us to help you choose the best name for your website.
Indicative List of Domain Names
Prices for registration are for one year. Contact us for a list of other domain name endings.