|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .SOCIAL registration||$8.99 $29.49||$38.48 $58.98||$67.97 $88.47||$97.46 $117.96||$126.95 $147.45||$156.44 $176.94||$185.93 $206.43||$215.42 $235.92||$244.91 $265.41||$274.40 $294.90|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.SOCIAL||yes||yes (EPP)||yes||yes||1-10 years|
.SOCIAL Domain Names Registration
Finding the most appropriate domain name is difficult - by now there are millions of .COM domain name already registered. And you need your domain name to sound catchy, to ensure that site visitors can remember it after they visit it just once. You also need it to communicate the nature of your sites from a single look. With a .SOCIAL domain name you'll be able to achieve all of that. The .SOCIAL domain extension was made available for public registration just lately, therefore you can find plenty of eye-catching domain names to select from. Furthermore, it's more attractive and you can generate clever combos that will be quickly remembered by all your website visitors.
With LiquidLayer.net you can get a .SOCIAL domain name for just $8.99 per year.
.SOCIAL Domains with LiquidLayer.net
You've arrived at the right place if you're searching for a home for your .SOCIAL domain names. Being fully featured and simple to operate at the same time, our Domain Manager interface will put domain name administration at your fingertips. You'll be the real master of all of the important DNS and WHOIS adjustments for your domain name. Want to have multiple domain names? No problem! Handling a number of domain names will be as easy as pie with this convenient tool, it's guaranteed.
Furthermore, if you are a hosting account owner too, then you're already aware of the fact that the Domain Manager is really incorporated into our Web Hosting Control Panel, containing a separate site administration area as well. Yup! With us, sites and domain names are handled from one and the same place and customers don't have to adapt to new interfaces.