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After the Domain Name, then what?

Think of a domain name as an address and your website or blog as the motor coach that you will park there. You can use the same address and get a new motor coach with a whole new look at any time. You just need to prepare for this by removing the old motor coach and reploacing it with a new one.
You need a website host. Blogger is a host. Registering a domain doesn't point visitors to your site until you assign or point that domain name to a location or host.
If you don't have a site yet, don't sweat it. A temporary parked page displays when visitors go to your Web site.

GoDaddy will make the contact information you listed for your domain public, per their registrar's agreement with ICANN (the international governing body of domain names). Using false information violates the registration agreement and leads to the termination of your domain registration.

It is advised that you spend a few bucks to get private domain registration services to help protect your privacy. When you purchase private domain registration services they will list the Domains By Proxy name, postal address, and phone number on the Whois directory.

You can:

  • Cancel, sell, or transfer your domain registration.
  • Revert the registrant listing for your domain registration back to you.
  • Renew your domain registration when it expires.
  • Designate the nameservers for your domain.
  • Resolve claims arising out of a dispute involving your domain registration.
According to GoDaddy, DNS or Domain Name Server is the system that allows your Web site to display when users enter a domain in a Web browser. Nameservers are the Internet's equivalent to a phone book; they link the number to the name. The nameserver maintains a directory of domain names that match the IP addresses, or computers. Information from all nameservers on the Internet is compiled in a central registry, making it possible for people across the Internet to access your Web site using domain name.