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-Can only companies register a domain?
-Do I need to have my own server to have my own domain?
-How is a change of owner of a .se domain carried out?
-What is meant by generic domain names?
-What does TLD mean?
Can only companies register a domain?
No, private individuals, too, may register and own .se and .com domains etc. Certain top level domains, including among others several country domains, do however require that you have a company. In Sweden, this requirement disappeared as far back as March 2003.
Do I need to have my own server to have my own domain?
No, but you must have an account with a registrar.
If you buy a domain through MissDomain, as an optional service you may choose for MissDomain to assist you in creating such an account.
How is a change of owner of a .se domain carried out?
IIS is the name of the Swedish organisation that administers all .se domains. They require that you fill in forms which the previous owner signs and then faxes or sends to a registrar. If you buy a domain through MissDomain, as an optional service you may choose for MissDomain to assist you with the administrative and/or monetary part of the change of owner.
What is meant by generic domain names?
Generic domain names are domain names that consist of one or several common words which are recognised or can be found on a word list. These domains are especially valuable as they are easy for the visitor to remember and as they often come high up in the search engines. As well as that, it is usual for visitors to try at first by typing in the word they are searching for directly in the address field of the web browser, so-called Type-ins, instead of going the roundabout route via a search engine.
What does TLD mean?
TLD is an abbreviation of Top Level Domain.
Questions about MissDomain
-What does it cost to post a domain on MissDomain?
-What do I do so that my auction will be seen on the Start page under MissDomain Promotion?
-How do I edit the opening price and description of a domain already posted?
-Who pays the costs of a change of ownership for a domain?
-How do I change my username?
-What happens if someone places a bid near the end time of the auction?
What does it cost to post a domain on MissDomain?
Selling a domain through MissDomain is free of charge. As an option, when the auction has ended you may choose to get assistance from MissDomain in the form of administrative help with the change of owner or Escrow (where you pay the purchase sum into a client funds account at MissDomain with the instruction that forward payment to the previous owner should not be made until the domain has been irrevocably transferred into your name). You can find the prices in the current price list.
What do I do so that my auction will be seen on the Start page under MissDomain Promotion?
You may choose this chargeable service as an option when you initially post your domain. If you have already posted your domain for sale you can go in via the Menu, My account -> My current auctions. Click then on the rightmost icon on the current row. The icon looks like a blue sheet of paper. Here, you can edit the settings of the domain you have posted.
How do I edit the opening price and description of a domain already posted?
Please see the reply to the question above.
Who pays the costs of a change of ownership for a domain?
Unless otherwise specified, the buyer pays the costs of a change of ownership. This is due to the fact that the registrar automatically invoices the new owner.
How do I change my username?
You cannot change your username yourself. The purpose is to guard against frivolous players on MissDomain. If you wish to change your username you are welcome to contact us and we will help you.
What happens if someone places a bid near the end time of the auction?
If a bid is placed when it's less than 5 minutes left of the auction, then the auction time will be automatically extended by 5 more minutes.
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