Register a
Domain Name

The first step to a successful business is finding the perfect domain name.

Join thousands of others by trusting us with your domains.

A domain name is your website name and the address that users can type into their browser to access your website. 

Every domain name you register with Koerge comes with free email forwarding, ID protection and DNS management. You’ll be able to manage it all from our easy-to-use client dashboard.

What we offer

Unique Domains

Koerge have a massive selection of unique, affordable-priced domain extensions that you can choose from. The best thing about it is that there are no hidden costs!

Search Tool

Its so simple! Just enter the name you would like, pick the extension (.com etc.) and we will handle the rest for you! Our tool allows you to check which domain names are available.

DNS Management

After you have found the right domain name for your business or blog, we provide you with a simple interface that you can use to manage all of your domain aspects.

Auto-renew

Auto-renewal is available with every single domain you register with us! This will help you protect your domain from expiring without your knowledge or being accidentally lost.

Professional Emails

In order to send an email from your business name e.g. [email protected] you will need to own the domain name. This will help your emails look professional.

Your Business' Name!

By registering a domain name that is linked to your business you are stopping other people from attempting to take it and taking advantage of your idea!

Start building your brand

A memorable domain name does not only et you apart from your competitors, it also helps you build the ideal brand for your business. 

Once you have chosen the domain name of your choice, it’s time to boost your online presence by adding a hosting plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

A domain name is an identification method used to access specific IP addresses. An IP address is a set of numbers used to identify a specific computer or device in the TCP/IP network.

Think of it this way. As mentioned above, the internet is a virtual world with billions of real estate properties (websites). To find a house, you need to know its address and the community it belongs. The domain name acts as the address of the site in the cyberspace while the IP address is a unique numerical tag to show a specific point or site.

Let’s use Google.com as an example. In the physical world, we can casually find the search engine company in its corporate headquarters called the Googleplex located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway in Mountain View, California.

In cyberspace, you can access the website by keying in google.com on your browser. By doing it, the browser will call the corresponding IP address (computers communicate using numbers) of its hosting server. In reply, the server will send the data to your browser
Just like the names of a person, domain names have at least two parts – a top level domain (TLD) and a second level domain (SLD). Using a person’s identification as an analogy, the TLD is the surname while the SLD is the given name.

All domain names have a generic TLD (.com, .net, .io, etc.) located at its end part. The TLD acts as a classifier (like a genus in a scientific name of animals). Some of the most commonly used TLDs are .com (businesses), .org (non-profit organisations), and .gov (government agencies). At present, you can use new TLDs like .io (tech companies) and .club (brands, celebrities, sports figures). Not all TLDs are valued equally. Some have higher prices than others.

In some sites, especially multinational corporations and government agencies, the country code TLD are also used for localization. Hence you can see .fr for websites based in France, .ca in Canada, etc.

SLDs, on the other hand, are found at the beginning part. In the case of google.com, google is the SLD.
Anyone can register a domain name! The only time there is a registration rule is for a handful of extensions. For example, you can only register a .ltd.uk if you are actually a limited company and the domain is an exact match to your company name in that country.
Yes, you can! If the domain names that you would like to register are not already owned by someone else then it is very possible to purchase more than one domain name with different extensions.
All domain names have a generic TLD (.com, .net, .io, etc.) located at its end part. The TLD acts as a classifier (like a genus in a scientific name of animals). Some of the most commonly used TLDs are .com (businesses), .org (non-profit organisations), and .gov (government agencies).

At present, you can use new TLDs like .io (tech companies) and .club (brands, celebrities, sports figures). Not all TLDs are valued equally. Some have higher prices than others.
DNS or a domain name system provides your computer with the IP address for each website. It does this by converting text-based domain names into a set of numbers that are also known as Internet Protocol Addresses (IP Addresses). Bear in mind that each website has its own IP address to make it more accessible and more machine-friendly for its users.

This system contains a comprehensive list of domain names which are then translated to IP addresses later on. Doing so allows computers and other related devices to gain access to websites and pages based solely on your IP address