Though people that they own a domain name as I wanna say FacileWay.Com where FacileWay is my domain name. But the reality is I do n’t own any domain name. Instead, the domain name is leased to me or an individual, business or organization for at least a year, and at most 10 years.
While domain names can be renewed in perpetuity, often times domain names will expire. If you desire a domain name and do not want to approach the owner about buying it from them, you can simply wait for it to expire. But how do you determine when a domain name will expire?
Follow these steps to determine when a domain name will expire:
1. Visit a WHOIS Lookup
This lookup can be performed on many different websites, but the easiest place to do a lookup of a domain name is at WHOIS LOOKUP. Just visit this site to start the process.
2. Enter The Domain Name or IP Address
In the Enter a Domain or IP Address input box, type in the domain name of interest, such as FacileWay.Com,
and press the “lookup” button.
3. Scroll Down to the Bottom of the Record
Scroll down and you will find when your domain name will be expired.
As you can see above, the FacileWay.Com domain name is due to expire on 13th September 2019 if not renewed prior to that date.
If the domain name is renewed prior to the expiration date, or within 30 days thereafter (many registrars allow a grace period), an additional 1+ years is added to the domain name registration. Buy your domain here.
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