Domain name backordering is a service that allows anyone to reserve a domain name in the event that the name is not yet available to the public. If there is a domain name you wish to use, but is currently owned by another party. You can submit a domain name backorder request to the register. The register will notify you when that domain expires and becomes publicly available again. Once you have decided on the domain name you want to use, your next step is to choose a registrar for your domain name registration.
Registrars very in price, services offered, ease of use, management system and more. A registrar is the company that takes your domain name registration information and reserves your domain from the main registry. For domain registration you should keep some common things in your mind. That’s:
Price value of your domain including the registrar, their customer support, testimonies etc.
Your domain registrar should be ICANN accredited because ICANN maintains a list of accredited domain registrars.
You should pay attention to ownership clause and other terms of condition. Read and understand your domainregistration terms.
You shouldn’t register your domain for more than one year in the beginning. You will need a domain name management panel for you to manage your own domain name.