Domain Name Registration

Domain Name Registration

Domain Name Registration

Register your Domain Name

The increasing globalization of the market through the Internet for goods and services is a reality for all individuals and companies. Therefore, registering and renewing your domain name is a must for your business, or your organization as they are the basis of your effective online presence which is crucial as they serve to improve your promotion and exposure of your website on the World Wide Web. Besides, it is imperative to protect your domain by registering your brand name as a trademark, since a domain name is merely an address and a unique identifier on the Internet, which is necessary to reach another person or company on the Internet, but no exclusive right is conferred by the registration of the domain per se.

You can register a domain name for your business or interests by selecting a name, the desired generic or country code extension, contacting a registrar, and paying a small fee.

Administrative Bodies and Sponsoring Organizations.

– 1. International. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) www.icann.org is the administrative body ruling domain extensions in the Internet and also coordinates the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) www.iana.org managing key technical services and functions, such as the DNS Root Zone assignments of country code and generic top level domains (ccTLDs and gTLDs) and organizes delegations in accordance with its policies and procedures. – 2. Spain (dotES). The Spanish public entity Red.es (dominios.es) manages the Internet Domain Names Registry under the country code TLD .ES www.dominios.es3. European Union. The EURid is the registry that manages the .EU country code TLD www.eurid.eu

Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)Red.es (dominios.es)EURid

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Register Your .ES Domain Name Now!

AGENTE REGISTRADOR .ESYou can register your Spanish dotES domain name whether a”.ES” or “.COM.ES” if your are an individual, legal entity or organization from anywhere in the world with commercial, cultural, historical or social interests or ties to Spain. Additionally, individuals or entities may register a “.NOM.ES” domain. Non-profit making entities, institutions or groups, may register a “.ORG.ES” domain. Only Spanish Public Administrations and the Public Law entities can register a “.GOB.ES” domain. Officially recognized Entities, institutions and groups undertaking education or research activities in Spain may register a “.EDU.ES” domain.

Register Your .EU Domain Name Now!

You can register Europe’s dotEU domain if you are an individual, company or organization based in any country of the European Union, including Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway.

 

 

Requirements to Register a Spanish Domain dotES or a European dotEU:

  • The full name, address and details of the registrant-owner.
  • Thenationality or country of establishment of the registrant-owner.
  • VAT Number (NIF/NIE), only if the applicant is Spanish or established in a country of the EU.
  • The full name, address and details of the administrative contact.
  • Details of the domain name, country code and/or generic top level domain extension(s).
  • Your instructions on how we should proceed and approval of the likely costs.
  • Your payment by credit card or bank transfer.

 

Contact us

via our contact form if you need advice and suggestions on domain name matters such as:

  • Registering your domain name under any of the diverse generic or country code TLDs, including the .ES and .EU.
  • Protecting your domain by trademarking your brand name in Spain, Europe or in multiple countries to acquire proprietary rights.
  • Renewing your domain names annually, biannually or for longer terms.
  • Transferring your domain names to others.
  • Transferring your domain names to a reliable and cost-effective registrar.
  • Recovering your domain name which has been registered by other.
  • Defending your domainthrough a URDP or Spanish Extrajudicial Conflict Resolution System from recovery actions initiated by others.
  • Taking legal action against another person or company whose registered domain is infringing your trademark or copyrights in Spain or in Europe.
  • Receiving updated information and watching services about expiring domains, new likely conflicting domains, and new domain extensions.