In some instances, the domain you want may already be registered by someone else.
The owner may, however, be willing to sell it to you for a negotiated price.
In some cases, the renewal costs of these higher-priced domains are also quite expensive.To do a domain name search, you choose the name to the left of the dot. Then you will choose the domain extension (also known as the top level domain or TLD), that comes after the dot, such as If you already have a business or brand, your domain should match your name.Premium domains (also known as aftermarket or pre-registered domains) are short domains, often just one word or even just 3-5 letters.Most of them have a extension but many premium domains end with .org, .net, and
This can hurt your search results and also open you up to a potential trademark battle. Registering a domain extension reserves it so that no one else can use it.