A consistent brand image is integral to your business success. From your social media management to your web address you want to be able to keep the same name without clients potentially being directed to other people’s sites. Abusive registration can be defined in many ways such as trying to sell the domain to your competitor or if it disrupts your business unfairly or is being used in a way that confuses people or makes them think it’s connected to your business.

The exact rules governing domain names vary depending on what Top Level Domain (TLD) you use. The TLD is the last bit if a domain name. The most common are .org, .com and but lots of other variants are available such as .me and .biz. Different TLDs are overseen by different organisations, sometimes known as Internet Registry Companies. So, for instance, .com and domains operate under different rules because they are managed by different organisations.

As a one-off service, or as part of your increase your company’s Intellectual Property (IP);

can increase the value of your company when you come to selling it in the future.

Because domains registered on behalf of a limited company cannot hide their whois information it means that your company’s address will be put online. If you are registering your company to your own home this can be an issue. You can avoid publishing your home address online by using a Registered Office Service.

Penta Techsoft Solution’s search engine optimisation service is both ethical and transparent. We don’t believe SEO is a ‘dark art’ and our processes are completely auditable. At any time during the campaign you can determine exactly what has been done, what is in progress, where we are in the overall plan, and see the results of our link building efforts.


DOMAIN: The top level user friendly web address. A domain requires a NAMESERVER and an MX RECORD to function correctly. It also has an associated TAG. TAG: The name of the controller of the domain name (ie the people allowed to update the nameservers) NAMESERVER: The name of the computer used to point your domain name at your URL URL: The 'user friendly' web address of your website IP ADDRESS: The 'computer friendly' web address of your website DNS (Domain Name System): DNS is a database that translates 'user friendly' web addresses to 'computer friendly' web addresses. MAILSERVER: A computer that stores emails or forwards e-mails MX Record: Similar to a NAMESERVER address - this points to the address of the computer responsible for handling emails to a domain.