This article goes over the steps that can be taken to secure a URL that has already been registered by another party.
When formulating the name of a new product or enterprise, one may find that someone else has already registered the URL associated with that name. Given the importance of an attractive URL, you might be tempted to ditch the aforementioned name rather than settle for a less desirable web address. However, it’s important that you exhaust all possible measures for securing the URL before abandoning the name of your product or enterprise. This document was created for solution providers hoping to avoid such drastic action and offers guidance on how to approach a domain transfer.
The content you requested is available to CompTIA Premier Members.
Become a Premier Member
As a Premier Member, you get unlimited access to all of our research, guides, business tools, our member directory and a wide range of
retail discounts. Plus, you can take advantage of services such as advocacy and legal support that we provide to help you navigate challenges
and make your business more successful.
Learn more about CompTIA Premier membership