The only valid characters for a domain name are letters, numbers and a hyphen “-“. Other special characters like the underscore “_” or an exclamation mark “!” are NOT permitted.

For example: your name.com is incorrect because no spaces are allowed and your-name.com is correct.

A domain name can be up to 67 characters long, including the 4 characters used to identify the Top Level Domain (.net, .com or .org). Do not type the “www.” before your domain name when registering

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