Domains for CBD
Your CBD, CBG, Hemp, or Medicinal Marijuana Business Needs a Domain Name!
Claim Your Company AND Product NameS Now!
You Need a Domain Name to Establish Your Web Presence
- Register your CBD, Hemp, or Medicinal Marijauna company or product name(s)
- Use it to establish a website and personalized email address
- Market your company and its products
Are you marketing your
CBD, Hemp, or Medicinal Marijuana retail location, brand, or products?
No matter which of the above applies, your marketing approach must be multi-faceted.
Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Snapchat are all excellent ways to get the word out. However, nothing offers the permanence, credibility, and flexibility of having your own website.
Before you can have a website, you’ll need a domain name. If you haven’t already secured your company or brand name, or the name(s) of your product(s), act now!
Internet domain names are going fast! Every day that passes increases the likelihood that someone else will reserve the domain name you want. Once it’s gone, it’s likely to be gone for years!
If you reserve and renew your domain name, it can be used for the rest of your life — not only for your website but also for your personal email accounts and blogs.
How does it work?
It’s really quite simple! Click the button below to get started. This will open a new browser window. Enter your desired company name or product name in the white field and hit “Search.” The system will tell you whether or not your name is still available for purchase.
Remember, the “.com” is the most popular type of domain – it is the one people are most familiar with and therefore it is the most valuable. If your selection is still available, then simply make your purchase. If it is not available, please call our helpline for assistance. One of our specialists can help you find alternatives.
Important: Domain names are not case sensitive (DomainsForCBD.com is the same as domainsforcbd.com). Also, you cannot have spaces in domain names! When checking the availability of a name, always run the words together (e.g., use DomainsForCBD.com, not Domains For CBD.com). While you can include hyphens (“-“) in domain names (e.g., Domains-For-CBD.com), it shouldn’t be your first choice. People tend to forget the hyphens and your site may not be found.
According to Verisign, the second quarter of 2021 closed with 367.3 million domain name registrations across all top-level domains (i.e., .com. net, .org, etc.)! Don’t wait any longer – reserve your name today, before it’s gone for good!
For less than $15 (each) per year, you can reserve your name, brand name, or product name (or all three). You can have your domain renew automatically every year and you can register each domain for up to ten years at a time.
Ready to set up domain forwarding or create your personal email account? Our free, USA-based tech support team is standing by 24/7 to help you get up and running!
Need help? Click the button below and call our dedicated help desk. Our specialists can help you find the perfect domain to help you market your brand or business name.
What If My Name Is Already Taken?
Unfortunately, a lot of domain names have already been reserved. If you have a fairly common name, there is a good chance that your name has already been purchased by someone else.
Below you will find some suggestions for selecting a domain name.
Remember, domain names are not case sensitive, and you cannot have spaces in a domain name. When you print a domain name on business cards, book covers, brochures, and ads, it is a good idea to capitalize the first letter of every word – they’ll be easier to both read and remember.
- Try the obvious. If your company name is The CBD Store, try TheCBDStore.com
- If that is taken, try TheCBDStoreLLC.com
- Still no luck? Try adding a geographical reference: TheCBDStoreChicago.com.
- We don’t recommend hyphens (“-“) unless the name itself is hyphenated (e.g., www.DavidHyde-Pierce.com). Hyphenated names tend to get confusing and are tough to remember.
If you are running out of ideas trying to find a suitable “dot com” address, you still have other alternatives …
- Try a “dot net” address. While these are not as desirable as a “dot com,” they are certainly a viable alternative.
- The “dot org” domain is typically used to indicate a not-for-profit organization, but there is probably a good chance that your name is available for the .org address. It’s worth a try – enter your name in the empty field with the “.org” extension and hit the magnifying glass icon.
- There are a number of other extensions available. Generally, the two-character “top-level domains” are reserved for use by a country – for example, .US for the United States and .CA for Canada. The .CA names are reserved for Canadian citizens and organizations. These might be available to you, depending upon your citizenship. If you try to secure a domain that you are not qualified to purchase, the system will tell you before you enter your credit card information.
- If your desired domain name is available, you might want to consider getting some (or all) of the top-level domain names –.com, .net, .org, .info, .io, .me, .mobi, .us, .tv, and so on — at the same time. This prevents others from purchasing variations of your domain name in the future. Keep in mind that prices vary among these types of domains. Prices will be reflected accordingly.
If you still need help, you’re always welcome to call our technical support line, available 24/7. Click the button on the right or call the number at the top of the screen.