Domain Name Sanity Blog

What Is an A Record?

An A record holds the most essential information about a domain: it contains the IP address associated with that domain. In other words, an A record has the instructions which connect the address of a computer through its hostname. The “A” in this type of record stands for address because it discloses the requested IP address.

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Free Email Forwarding on Domain Name Sanity

Email forwarding, sometimes referred to as email aliases or email redirects, forwards emails from a custom email account, normally associated with your website, to your own, pre-existing email address. In other words, email forwarding allows you to create a “dummy” email address through which people’s emails can reach your own existing mailbox, the one that you regularly use.

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How To Sell A Domain Name

If you’re thinking about using the .fun gTLD for your website, we’ll help you brush up on everything you need to know about it – its history, who runs it, what it’s used for, and where you can get your very own .fun domain extension.

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What Is a Dedicated IP?

What are the benefits of opting for a dedicated IP? And perhaps most important of all – do you really need one? Let’s take a closer look at all the questions surrounding dedicated IPs so that you can better understand who needs a dedicated IP and when.

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All About The .LLC Top-Level Domain

The .LLC domain is meant to be used by Limited Liability Companies, or LLCs. This will allow your company to have its full name right there in the domain, with the LLC standing after the dot. It reduces the hassle of adding a .com after the LLC bit, keeping your online identity clear to potential customers.

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All About The .world Top-Level Domain

The .world domain extension doesn’t have any limitations. It’s the world, right? In any case, this domain extension offers incredible flexibility and variability. It also makes your website sound grand, informed, and with a tendency to worldwide unity.

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