Domain Name Renewal | GoDaddy
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Domain Name Renewal | GoDaddy


Hi there! In this video, you’ll learn about the renewal options for your GoDaddy domain and how to make sure your
domain name doesn’t expire. [typing] When you register your domain, you decide how long you want to maintain the registration anywhere from one to ten years. When that times is up, you can pay a renewal fee to retain your registration, or let your domain name expire. When a domain expires, it’s released to the public where someone else may potentially register it as theirs. That’s right… that clever, unique domain name you carefully selected and registered… that domain name that no one else in the world has… can be released for reuse by the public if you fail to renew your registration. The best way to ensure your domain name stays yours, is establishing auto-renewal. During the registration process, your domain is setup to automatically renew upon expiration unless you explicitly opt out. With auto renew enabled, upon expiration, Go Daddy can automatically renew your domain name, and charge the payment option you have on file with us. Thought it’s a good idea to always keep your account and billing information current, we know that credit cards do expire or you just might forget. If our initial billing attempt fails, GoDaddy will send multiple notifications before your domain expires. Keep in mind, if you don’t turn on auto renew, it’s your responsibility to manually renew your domain prior to expiration. Simply put… auto renew is the best way to ensure that you never risk losing your domain. [typing] To make sure you have auto renew turned on for your domain name [click], click Manage in the Domains section [click]. If you don’t have auto renew turned on, this setting in the upper left corner will be set to OFF [click]. To turn auto renew on, just click the switch. If you need to manually renew your domain name, [click] click here and choose Domain Settings [click]. Your domain’s expiration date is displayed here. To start, click Renew [click]. Select a term for your renewal [click], complete the purchase process [click], and your domain registration is once again secured! Do you know when your domain name
registration expires? Do you have it set to auto renew? Don’t risk losing your domain! Check its expiration date and turn auto renew on now!

17 Comments

  • sonu khan

    Hi sir this is sonu khan my question is when i add the payment method on godadfy for my local bank account thay want mei to add routing number of 9 digits can you tell me what is routing number and how i find it …. thank

  • Amit Barabi

    I got a domain in your site, but I can't do the next step because I need my server's IP adress.
    how do I get it?
    do you have a video that can give me diraction to my server's IP adress?

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Suraj Singh

    I want to buy a domain and Linux hosting plan from RedServerHost, I heard that they are best and reliable web hosting, you want to suggest me something

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