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All the fine domain names for sale at TechBrand™ are available for immediate acquisition with fixed "Buy Now" prices. They are all listed, with prices, on our home page. Supply is very limited — each domain is unique, rare and highly sought-after.

All our short domains for sale have prices listed in $USD. If you proceed via the buy now button to a domain's "sales page", prices are available in both $USD and EURO. The advertised price of all our domains is the full price you pay. (We pay the sales commission to Sedo® our sales, transfer and escrow agent. Sedo is an internationally recognised, wholly independent and unconnected company whose public sales, transfer and escrow services are used exclusively by this site. Sedo is consistently recognised in the domain industry as the world's leading vendor.) Your only other cost is annual registration — which at most registrars is around $10 — plus any possible minor transaction or conversion fees at your own bank.

The procedure to buy domain names is safe and simple. Our sales are handled exclusively by Sedo® whose reliable security and escrow systems are internationally recognised and trusted. Major credit cards are accepted and the sales pages present a range of payment options. Please note that TechBrand is entirely independent of Sedo.

The memorable domains on this site represent truly excellent value and potential. Many people consider short, catchy, brandable and pronounceable domains to be among the most valuable on the internet, and highly likely to increase in value, and weekly sales charts such as those at DNJournal appear to verify this trend.


Before purchasing, you can verify the ownership of our domain names by checking their "WHOIS". This is publicly available registration information which you can check on websites such as DomainTools. Simply type in the domains you wish to check and click the search button. Then, you will find that all our names are registered to Dave Tyrer and/or Click as a Flash, which is also the owner of this website. You can even check the Click as a Flash website where it states its ownership of (This simple check proves that we own the domains listed on our home page.)

If you wish, you can even bypass this site and purchase directly from the Sedo domain market:

1. Simply type the full name of the domain you want (for example: directly into your web browser. This takes you to the domain's landing page on Sedo where you can see purchasing info.

2. Click on the link that says "The domain may be for sale by it's owner. More details." This takes you to the same sales page as described in step 2 on our home page. From here, the instructions are the same. Easy!


This site may only be updated every 24 hours or so. So there is a very small chance that a domain still listed at TechBrand may have been sold in the last few hours but not yet deleted on this site. However, Sedo listings and sales are updated almost instantaneously. (All our domains are multi-listed at Sedo to take advantage of their efficient and secure sales and escrow process.)

So don't worry. In the remote event that you try to purchase a domain that was actually sold in the last few hours, your money is safeguarded and your payment will not be accepted. The domain's info page will say "The Domain is registered." (instead of "for sale"). If you try to proceed with a purchase (but the domain is no longer for sale at Sedo) the payment process will be disabled and the system will not accept your funds.


If you haven't purchased a domain name before, it's really not too difficult. There are two options — acquisition from a portfolio reseller like TechBrand (where finer names are typically available, but at higher prices) or directly from a domain registrar (where a domain purchase is typically around $10, but where very few good names are now available).

general domain graphicThe second stage of the process is annual renewal, typically around $10 per year (for a ".com"). Once you acquire a domain, you must renew it annually for as long as you wish to retain it. While you are always hearing about people buying domain names, it would be more accurate to call it "leasing domain names" because if you don't pay your annual fee, the name automatically reverts to the general domain pool.

So if you find the domain you want directly at a registrar (via their search fields) buy it and simply pay the renewal fee each year. The original name "purchase" includes the first year of ownership registration. And remembering to renew your domain name could be one of the most important financial commitments you can ever make.

IMPORTANT TIP: If you find an available domain you like at a registrar (ie if you perform a search for it) buy it promptly. There are people who track registry searches who buy good unpurchased names that seekers have hesitated to acquire immediately. Beware!

On the other hand, if you acquire a domain on the aftermarket at a marketplace like TechBrand, you will also need to open a registrar account so that the domain can be transferred from our registrar to yours, so that you in turn can hold it and renew it into the future.

All good registrars provide full information about buying and renewing domain names. All our domains are registered with either GoDaddy® or Moniker®. We recommend both of these registrars. For the simplest and fastest acquisition process, open an account with one of these registrars so that TechBrand can quickly "push" your new domain into your own account. (A "push" can only be made if you have an account with the same registrar as the domain you are purchasing.)

SPECIAL NOTE: While you can acquire a domain in just minutes, the complete transfer process may take around seven days to complete. (But if urgent, you can start using the name in around 24 hours during the transfer period by contacting TechBrand. This can be done for free by "pointing" the domain in question at your website hosting address in advance).


There are two aspects to operating a website. First, you create a website and upload it to a server, typically maintained by a web hosting company. Second, you "point" your domain at that server. So there is a kind of partnership between your domain registrar and your web host. You control it all via two accounts, your registrar account and your web host account.

Hosting servers require that a domain points to it's two required IP (Internet Protocol) addresses for it to function. These are generally comprised of names something like "NS1.HOSTNAMEPARKING.COM" and "NS2.HOSTNAMEPARKING.COM". (NS means nameserver).

Your host company provides info on what two IP addresses they need you to input inside your domain's registrar account. (It can take 12-24 hours for new IP addresses to take effect.)

Your registrar provides info on how to do this. With Godaddy, for example, go to your Domain Manager page, select your domain name, then on the button that says "Name servers". Then, you get a pair of fields where you type in the two IP addresses as mentioned above. (There are usually more than two fields, but only two are compulsory.)

SPECIAL NOTE: Most registrars give you the option of "locking" your domain. Always keep it locked. You can simply temporarily unlock it whenever you want to change something like it's name server pointing etc. Locking your domain makes it almost impossible for someone to steal or tamper with.


1. Register a domain and keep it in your password protected account at a registrar. Only you need know this password. Your web design company and/or web hosting company do not need to know your password and should not know it. Remember to renew your domain(s) annually.

2. Find a web design company, teach yourself web design, or use one of the web builder programs offered by registrars such as Godaddy. Web design companies work in association with a host company (or are also hosts themselves). They build you a website and place it on a password protected server. They tell you the two required IP addresses your domain requires. Both you and your design company can share knowledge of your host company account password. Your hosting is dispensable. But only you and you alone should know your domain password at your registrar.

3. Find a web hosting company. (Your web design company may do this for you, or act in this capacity themselves). Your web design company will typically upload your site to the agreed web host, and typically manage and update the site on your behalf into the future. Obtain from the hosting company the two IP addresses that are required by the hosting server. TechBrand uses and recommends Hostgator for all our hosting.

4. Input the IP addresses into the appropriate fields in your domain's account at your domain name registrar as described above. (This way you don't have to ever let your host or anyone else access your priceless and confidential domain account).

After 12-24 hours or so, internet traffic is directed to your website — and you are launched onto the interweb.

As described in detail in our Terms and Conditions, text on this site constitutes opinion only, does not constitute expert or legal advice and no responsibility is taken for any consequences or omissions etc.

TechBrand takes this opportunity to wish you good luck with your domain search.

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