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If you are considering starting a business, your first port of call should always be to secure your domain name. Last year there was an average of 427 new companies set up in Ireland every week. One of those could have a similar name to your potential business. So what are you waiting for, let us secure your domain today before someone else does!

Tell us a little bit about your business and let us find you the perfect domain

Fill in our form below and we will come back to you with a selection of suggested domain names that best match your business

Desired Domain Address

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a domain?

A domain name is the name of your website or your website address. It's the place where users will find you on the Internet and it's unique to you or your business. Each domain name is made up of two parts. For example, our own domain name is digitalsolutionsireland.com, the first part is the name we chose 'digitalsolutionsireland' and the second part is the extension '.com'. Before domain names, web addresses were made up of a long string of numbers.

Who can register a domain name?

Anyone can register a domain name but some extensions have registration rules or restrictions. Most extensions like .com, .net and many more are open for everyone to register.

What is an extension?

An extension is the last part or ending of a domain name. They are often referred to as TLDs (Top-Level Domains), the domain root or suffix. Some popular TLDs include .com, .co.uk, .net, .org. There are many categories of extensions such as ccTLDs and new gTLDs.
ccTLDs are country code specific so they represent a particular country e.g. .co.uk for UK and .ie for Ireland. New gTLDs are often more practical and easy to remember e.g. .photography, .guru, .ninja, .london, .legal, .sucks etc. Some businesses and brands register their domain name in a number of extensions to ensure they are fully protected.

What is DNS?

The Domain Name System (DNS) is like a directory for all websites on the Internet. It converts text-based domain names into a set of numbers known as Internet Protocol (IP addresses). By converting text to numbers, machines are able to locate websites based on their IP address and users can continue to find websites via domain names.

We're delighted to announce we've been nominated for an award!

Digital Solutions Ireland
Best Start Up/Emerging Business Finalist