The name of a website. A domain name is a two-part web address unique to your specific website. For example, our domain name is www.infiwebz.com. While the first part is who you are, the second part, "com", is a TLD, or Top Level Domain. In this case, the "com" stands for commercial.
Once your domain name has been registered, it takes about 48 hours before it is active. All Internet providers must update their records to reflect new site locations.
Yes. You can purchase multiple domains and have them all pointing to the same hosting account.
In a shared hosting environment, multiple web sites are served through a single server. Shared hosting is the most common method of hosting sites for small-to-medium size users with light to moderate Web traffic. Managed by single Cpanel
No. We do not provide Cpanel because we use Shared Hosting. If you want then you have to tell before starting a website Development to buy a separate hosting plan which results in an increase in cost of website
If you want to use your website to grow your business, then it is advisable to ensure your site is properly optimized. More than 80% of all Internet users use search to find what they need online.
PageRank is a term used by Google that reflects their system for ranking pages on the basis of their importance and relevance to certain keywords. If PageRank likes your page and finds it useful according to its parameters you will receive a high ranking on the search result page.
Yes, keywords in a domain name are taken into consideration by the search engines. We don't know exactly how much of a factor this is in determining search rank, but we know that keywords in a domain name are not weighed nearly as heavily as the keywords in your title tags and page content.