GoDaddy WHOIS Domain Lookup

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Either you’re looking for domain availability, ownership details and how a particular domain name is going to expire to add a domain to your backorder of our tool, Godaddy Whois lookup is answer of your all hurdles, To see if a domain name is available, all you need to do is enter the name in the GoDaddy WHOIS lookup search field. The lookup tool will then display the availability of the name that you search for. If you are trying to find out who owns a domain name, the GoDaddy WHOIS search tool can provide some key ownership information such as who the current owner is, when it was created, and when it is set to expire.

What is GoDaddy WHOIS?

GoDaddy WHOIS Lookup Search Allows You To

GoDaddy WHOIS lookup is designed to help you explore the WHOIS database and learn about informative details on individual domain registration and availability. When using GoDaddy WHOIS search, you are able to view some information relating to the domain such as:

  • Who is the current owner of the domain.
  • Administrator and contact information.
  • When the domain was registered.
  • The expiration date of the domain.
  • Among several other key pieces of useful information.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Who Owns is a domain name?

A domain name may be owned by a person, entity, or an organization. The owner of a domain name is also known as the domain registrant and holds the rights to the name during the registration period.

How do i found out who owns a Domain Name?

To find out who owns a particular domain name, simply use the Godaddy Whois lookup. Enter the domain name in the search bar that you are wanting to find more information about, and then select Search. After selecting Search, you will then be presented with some details about the domain name, including who owns it.

How can I protect my Domain name Privacy?

When registering a domain name, you are required to enter some contact details that are publicly viewable in the WHOIS database. This is a requirement set forth by ICANN regulations. However, you may not want some of your personal information to be publicly viewable, such as your address. To help better protect your privacy online, you may consider adding privacy protection to the domains you register.

Who Manages Whois Database?

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is in charge of the WHOIS database in its entirety. ICANN launched in 1998 as a solution to the need that the internet had created in reaching a point where an organization that could formally oversee and manage the necessary requirements of a rapidly evolving online world became a necessity.

ICANN operates as a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, CA and is governed by a board of 16 members which comprise of representatives from all around the world. As of 2016, ICANN operates the WHOIS lookup internationally and encompasses domain name registration information worldwide.

What If a domain name already registered?

If the domain name you want is already registered to someone else, no need to panic. There is something you can do about it. The best thing to do in this case is to purchase a domain backorder, where you place a credit on the domain name you are interested in owning for a chance to register it in the future. With this service, you can rest assured that we will make every attempt to secure the domain name of your choice when it becomes available for you to buy and own.

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