Now you have your domain name reserved, the next step is to get the domain listed in the “Internet phone book,” also known as the Domain Name Service (DNS). When you’re browsing the Internet, domain names are a convenient way for humans to remember sites and email addresses. However, we all know that computers only understand ones and zeros, so everything must eventually be translated into a number. Every computer on the Internet (both browsers and servers) has what is known as an IP address – it’s a unique number that identifies that particular machine on the network and works very much like a telephone number. Every time you type a domain name into your browser, the first thing your computer must do is to perform a DNS lookup to find the address of the server for which it’s looking. These days, nearly all of the domain registrars offer DNS hosting services. As soon as you register a domain name, the registrar will typically create a DNS listing that points to a common page indicating that the domain is “parked” but that a web site doesn’t yet exist.
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