When starting any website project on the Internet, you will start to run into words and concepts that you probably do not have very clear about its meaning or relevance: Domain Registration, Domain Extensions , Hosting Service, Responsive Design
Here at e-Corp.Digital will try to shed some light on this tangled issue. Let’s go step by step.

What is a domain? </ h2>
Simplifying it a lot, the domain would be the unique and exclusive name that is assigned to your website on the Internet. It would be something like the equivalent of the registration of your car, but applied to your website.

Thanks to the domain that you have linked to your website, those users who search you on the Internet by the name of your website will find you easily and can access your content </ span>.

The domain is used to «humanize» the Network and make navigation easier and more accessible for people.
We assume that it will be easier for you to remember, for example, the domain E-Corp.cl < / span> that the twelve digits that can contain an IP address multiplied by the dozens of portals and web pages you visit daily </ span>.

Obviously, the operation at the technical level is something more complex than that, since what is really behind a domain name </ strong> is an address to a DNS server </ strong> span> (from the Domain Name System </ span>), which in turn links to the IP address of the computer on which the files that make up your page are hosted web, thus creating a link between the domain name that users type in their browser </ span> to find you and your web page.

In addition, domain names </ strong> allow you to unlink web pages from the IP addresses of the servers on which your web files are stored.

That is, if, for example, you have your website hosted in a free hosting service </ strong>, and want to improve the performance of your website by changing it to a company that offers servers with better performance , you will only have to migrate the files of your web </ span> to new service and configure the domain to point to the address of the new server. But your domain name </ strong> will remain exactly the same </ span> for those who search for you on the Internet.

Anatomy of domain names </ h2>
The domain names </ strong> consist of two parts: name </ span> and domain extension </ span>.

The name is what really identifies you before your visitors. This should be easy to remember and relate to your business.

It can be your name, the name of your business, or any name or phrase that can be related to the theme of your website. In the case of this agency, the name would be E-CORP </ span>.

If the choice of a domain name for your website </ strong> is important, your domain extension is no less since the same domain name can have several different extensions such as Google.com </ span>, Google.gr </ span>, Google.es </ span>, etc.

As we are interested in the international market, we decided to opt for a .digital to make our clients understand that they deal with an online agency focused on digital content and digital results.

We hope this reading was usefull to our readers, any other question contact us.

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Follow this link to register your domain </ span>, we will guide you through the process. </ span> </ h2 >
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