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You register a domain name for a given period of time, the shortest period being one year. After your registration expires, your domain name becomes available. Even if you don’t set up a Web site with the domain name prior to the name expiring, it’s a good idea to renew the registration, especially if it’s a good domain name. If it’s your company’s identity it’s a pain to re-educate all your customers. It’s especially important to renew the domain name if you’ve been running a Web business under the domain and have temporarily taken the Web site down. It has been a common practice of Internet porn sites to scoop up domain names when they become available and point the domain name toward the server of their site. If your domain name lapses and so-called porn pirates purchase your domain, your previous customers will be in for a shock. When you register a domain name, you may also want to consider registering derivatives of the name. If your site becomes popular, porn pirates can register derivatives or your domain. When people mistype your domain name, the porn site appears in their browser. And here’s a funny story — this happened to the White House. Yes, whitehouse.gov pointed to the presidential quarters, while whitehouse.com pointed to, well, a very non-presidential destination. Another common practice is to register the domain name with the other domain extensions. In addition to registering your site with the .com extension, you should consider registering it with a .net and .biz extension. You may also want to consider registering your domain name with the .org or .info extensions, depending on the type of business you’re in.