Who is my domain name provider?
  • 22 Sep 2020
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Who is my domain name provider?

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Your domain name provider is the one that gives you customized domains for your website, and even your email hosting. (www.yourdomainnamehere.com, info@yourdomainnamehere.com)

These are then stored in a domain registrar, which comes in the form of various firms across the world wide web.


According to BlogCharge.com (https://blogcharge.com/best-domain-name-registrars/), these are the top 20 Domain Registrars out there. 

  • Namecheap
  • Dynadot
  • NameSilo
  • Godaddy
  • Google Domains
  • Hover
  • Gandi
  • 1and1
  • Name.com
  • Bluehost
  • HostGator
  • Register.com
  • Siteground
  • InMotion
  • Flippa
  • Enom
  • Sedo
  • BigRock
  • Exabytes
  • Domains.com

For example, below is your email address, we need to know who provided this domain name, and have access to the account that you have with them for us to do the necessary set up moving forward with Investorfuse.

There are instances however that members don't utilize a domain name at all. This is where we stop since we will not be able to set up Postmark for them (the only tool on our end that uses a member's domain name)

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