Thursday, 9 July 2015

How to Register a free .co.vu Domain - Blogger Tutorial 6


A free domain always seems quite interesting to everyone. But to be honest with you, there is no website on internet that can give your site a free .com , .net or other domains for free. But there is a website that can give you a free .co.vu domain for your blogger blog. You can also add that domain to your tumblr blog. Watch the video tutorial below to see "How you can Register a free .co.vu domain." 
  



F.A.Qs

Q: What is co.vu?
It's a domain name provider. i.e. You can have your own custom domain 
names for free. Example: myname.co.vu , mycompany.co.vu

Q: What is the use of having your own domain name?
  • You can publish your contents in his own name. yourname.co.vu.
  • A small scale Industry can start its own custom domain name based website. eg.. mycompany.co.vu
  • Everyone can select their own custom domain names for their websites.(Whether it's Personal, Social Networking, Business, e-commerce, and everything). You can keep your favorite name as the domain name of your website, that too for free.

Q: What is a CName?

A: A CName record is an abbreviation for Canonical Name record and is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) used to specify that a domain name is an alias for another domain, the "canonical" domain. All information, including subdomains, IP addresses, etc, are defined by the canonical domain.

Conclusion

So this was the video tutorial for how to register a free .co.vu domain for your blogger blog. As mentioned above, you can also add this domain to your tumblr blog. If you have any queries regarding the above video, please do comments. Furthermore, If this post helped you, then please do share it with your friends and circles.

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