Domain Registration Services

You can’t have a website without a domain and with my competitive pricing, there’s never been a better time to register one ..or twenty!

  • .COM, .NET Domains Only $15/yr.
  • No Higher, Hidden Renewal Costs
  • Privacy Protection (Optional) $5/yr.

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Transfer your existing domain to Shawna Leigh Designs and get a 1 year extension FREE!

.COM Domain Registration

.COM domains are the most popular and sought after extensions. They are the ideal choice.

$15/year

Register .COM
.NET Domain Registration

.NET domains are always a great alternative if your desired .COM is not currently available.

$15/year

Register .US
.ORG Domain Registration

.ORG domains are perfect for non-profits and other organizations and can help instill trust.

$15/year

Register .ORG
.US Domain Registration

.US domains are perfect for any citizen or business of the great United States of America.

$15/year

Register .US

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Shawna Leigh Designs Pricing VS. Their Pricing

GoDaddy® – .COM Registration $17.99 + Privacy $9.99 = $27.98/yr.*
Network Solutions® – .COM Registration $37.99 + Privacy $9.99 = $47.98/yr.*
Shawna Leigh Designs – .COM Registration $15 + Privacy $5 = $20/yr.

* Comparison made on October 17, 2019 using information available on the website of each registrar. This comparison is provided for information purposes only. GoDaddy® is a registered trademark of GoDaddy, Inc. and Network Solutions® is a registered trademark of Web.com Group, Inc. These names are being used only for the express purpose of this comparison.

Domain Privacy

Domain Privacy Protection

When you register a domain with any registrar, your name, address, email address and phone number are published in the public WHOIS database as required by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Email and telephone spammers often use this database to gather emails and addresses they can use for spam, scams, soliciting and even identity theft.

Domain Privacy Protection Can Help Protect You

Only $5/yr. Per Domain

What’s A Domain & What Does It Do?

Domains mask numerical IP addresses to make it easier to navigate the web. Just like a street address lets your customers find you in the real world, a domain lets your customers find you online, without having to remember a bunch of random numbers.

How Many Domains Should I Register?

You should register a domain for each business or idea that you have. Sometimes, it makes sense to register multiple domains for the same business or idea. You can snatch up other popular extensions so that no one else gets them and competes with your business. For example; if your business is mybusiness.com, it would be a good idea to also register mybusiness.net and simply have the .net version redirect to the .com version.

Longer Domains & Easily Misspelled Words

If you have a longer domain or words that can be easily misspelled, it can help to register a short domain in addition to your main domain. Here’s an example; my domain is ShawnaLeighDesigns.com. Both Shawna and Leigh can be easily misspelled due to various spellings. To combat this, I also registered the domain SLD10.com, which redirects to ShawnaLeighDesigns.com. This domain is much easier to spell and remember when on the go. It’s also perfect for various marketing campaigns where a shorter domain is ideal.

Domain FAQs

No. If you already have a domain registered at another registrar, you don’t need to transfer it to me in order to use my services.

Yes. You will have access to your domains at all times through the SLD Client Portal. You’ll have the ability to manage settings, update WHOIS information and even transfer the domain away from Shawna Leigh Designs at any time.

If you choose to transfer your domain to me, you’ll have to pay the transfer fee. The transfer fee is the equivalent to one year of registration and also extends your registration term by one full year – so it’s almost like it’s free! This is an industry-wide standard.

Domains are yours until you let them expire. Once you let a domain expire (purposely or accidentally), it will become available for anyone to register again. You can continue using your domain for as long as you’d like as long as you pay the yearly renewal costs.

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