Domain Name Check

If you want to carry out a domain name check it is not the hard to do. Most people do a domain name check to determine whether or not a specific domain name is able to be used. There is more than one way to make this happen in a simplified manner. Usually a domain name check can be done on a site specifically designed for checking domain name availability like WHOIS (which I’ll talk more about shortly) or either on another domain name hosting site and registrar will also offer this as a service.

Australia has a WHOIS lookup where you can run a domain name check to determine exactly who owns a domain name. If you find that no one owns the name you will be free to register the domain name yourself. In addition, most registrars will have a way for you to check a domain name to determine availability. You will find that this is the case with all or most domain name registrars in Australia.

You might also consider doing a domain name check on domain names that are available for resale in the aftermarket. There are several popular domain name resellers where you will be able to take a look through all of the available domain names for sale by doing a domain name check of what is actually for sale at the moment and for what price. Be prepared for a lot of variance in price when doing your domain name check based on the fact that some domain names are worth more just because the name alone drives traffic to a website.