Expired .HELP Domains

Registration Requirements

There is no special process needed to register a .HELP domain name, no special action is needed on your end.

.HELP Registry Information

Registration Service

http://uniregistry.link

Whois Server

whois.uniregistry.net

Registration Date

2014-08-15

Registration Price

$28.00 Annually

Registered Domains

18,257

Whois Privacy

Yes

.HELP Stats Last 24hrs

Domains Count 0
Domains with backlinks 0
Majestic TF > 5 0
Moz DA > 5 0
Ahrefs DR > 5 0

.HELP Stats Total

Domains Count 0
Domains with backlinks 0
Majestic TF > 5 0
Moz DA > 5 0
Ahrefs DR > 5 0

To See All 17 .HELP Domains

Example .HELP Domains

Domain Name Majestic TF Majestic CF Moz DA Moz PA Ahrefs DR Ahrefs UR SZ Score Age Google Index
cccf.help 0 0 - - - - - - -
sherlock.help 0 4 - - - - - - -

.HELP Top Registrars

Registrar name Registered domains Share, %
NameCheap, Inc. 4,845 12.80%
1API GmbH 1,346 3.56%
Hostinger, UAB 1,323 3.50%
Network Solutions, LLC 945 2.50%
Tucows Domains Inc. 908 2.40%
eNom, LLC 791 2.09%
Gandi SAS 772 2.04%
PDR Ltd. d/b/a PublicDomainRegistry.com 742 1.96%
Porkbun LLC 566 1.50%
Key-Systems, LLC 525 1.39%

.HELP Domain Sales

Domain Price Date Venue
vk.help $143.00 2021-12-18 Dynadot
infertility.help $165.00 2021-11-08 Dynadot
wow.help $29.00 2021-10-29 Dynadot
head.help $67.00 2021-10-16 Dynadot
https.help $128.00 2020-07-15 Dynadot
career.help $265.00 2020-03-30 Dynadot
pls.help $123.00 2020-02-05 Dynadot
relay.help $1,500.00 2018-03-31 Uniregistry
tax.help $6,000.00 2018-01-30 NamesCon
2.help $335.00 2017-11-15 Flippa

What is the .help domain name?

.help domain name is an open, international, or country code top-level domain (ccTLD). It is often applied to domains that represent the "Help" section of a website, where users can ask questions about the content on the site.

The .help extension is also used to identify resources that provide online help for specific products or services.

When registering a .help domain name, it is important to consider the purpose of the website and how the domain will be used.

The name should be clear and easy to remember, and it is recommended that the website include information about the domain name itself. Additionally, it is important to consider which top-level domain (TLD) best suits the website's needs.


Who can register a .help domain name?

Any individual or organization is eligible to register a .help domain name. There are no restrictions on who can own a .help domain name, and there are no special requirements for registering one.


Is there a limit to the number of .help domain names I can register?

There is no limit to the number of .help domain names you can register. However, if you register multiple .help domain names, you must use them for different websites or web services.

You cannot use the same .help domain name for multiple websites or services.


Can I use a .help domain name to provide help to others?

Yes. A .help domain name can be used to provide help and support to others online. It can also be used as a website or web service that provides information about how to use a particular product or service.


How do I register .help?

There are several steps involved in registering a .help domain name. First, you must find a registrar that provides registration services for the .help TLD.

Next, you must have a hosting provider and create your desired website or web service. Finally, you will transfer your domain from the registrar to your hosting provider using an authorization code that is unique to each .help domain name.


Why do you need to register a .help domain name?

There are three primary reasons why you should register a .help domain name. First, it is an open extension that anyone can use.

Second, you can use it to provide users with access to information and resources about technology and technology-related services (such as troubleshooting).

Third, the .help extension provides a way for consumers to reach your website or web service if they have specific questions about how your products or services work.


Who cannot register a .help domain name?

There are no restrictions on who can own a .help domain name. However, it is important to consider the purpose of the website and how the domain will be used.

The name should be clear and easy to remember, and it is recommended that the website include information about the domain name itself. Additionally, it is important to consider which top-level domain (TLD) best suits the website's needs.


What are the rules regarding .help domain name usage?

.help domain names can be used in a variety of ways, from providing information about technology or technology-related services to hosting a website that provides users with access to help and support.

Regardless of how they are used, all .help domain names must clearly identify the owner's website or web service.

The registration process requires applicants to provide contact details for administrative contact and technical contact. Additionally, each .help domain name is registered for a specific period of time (usually one year).