.SB represents the official domain extension or the internet country code top level domain (ccTLD) of Solomon Islands. This ccTLD was introduced in 1994 and was intended for entities associated with Solomon Islands. Solomon Islands Network Information Centre is the authorized agency for carrying out .SB registry while Marcaria.com is one of the registrars where applications for .SB domain are submitted and processed.
SB also stands for: should be, Super Bowl, somebody, spring break, school bus, sit back, score board, sunset beach, Smash Bros, soft ball, suggested bid, super boy, small business, Starbucks, strictly business, shoot boxing, soybean, subject, symbols, standby, side band, space bar, software business, and many more.
There is no special process needed to register a .SB domain name, no special action is needed on your end.
Entities connected with Solomon Islands
|Registrar name||Registered domains||Share, %|
|101domain GRS Limited||32||2.02%|
|INWX GmbH & Co. KG||20||1.26%|
|Eranet International Limited||5||0.32%|
A .sb domain name is the ccTLD (Country Code Top-Level Domain) for the Solomon Islands.
Any person or business entity that wants to own a .sb domain name in the Solomon islands can buy it. As long as you have a local presence in this country, you are allowed to buy. However, if you do not have a local presence, then you need to appoint an agent.
The Solomon Islands Network Information Centre (SINIC) is the official agency tasked with running ccTLDs in this country. It is mandated to manage, supervise and regulate the use of these two-letter domain names. It also develops rules and regulations regarding the registration of these .sb domain names.
Picking a good name for .sb domain is vital because it will be used by your target audience when they search for you online. Choose a name that is easy to remember and tells a story about your business.
On top of all, you should familiarize yourself with some common keywords in the .sb domain name so you can come up with something good. Consider what other people are doing with their .sb domains.
Some common subdomains for .sb include:
.com.sb - This is a common choice for people looking to build a website.
.org.sb -This is commonly used by nonprofit organizations and charities in the Solomon Islands.
.gov.sb - This is often used by government agencies in .sb such as health or education departments, police, public utilities, or any other kind of agency that is related to the government.
.edu.sb - Many colleges and universities in .sb use this subdomain for their websites.
If you do not have a local presence in the Solomon Islands, you can still buy its domain name by appointing an agent that has the capability to act on your behalf. The agent you appoint should be able to provide your notarized business license or certificate of registration, as well as a copy of his ID.
You will need the following documents when registering .sb domain name.
1. A certificate showing that you are doing business in the Solomon Islands.
2. ID copy of the person or business entity you are appointing as a representative.
3. Notarized power of attorney if your agent needs to, or is going to do other things on your behalf such as updating contact details for .sb domain name renewal. This document should have a local presence in Solomon Islands so either a physical or a notarized copy of a document is acceptable.
The cost of buying a .sb domain name varies depending on which registrar you are using for the registration. For example, an annual renewal fee for .com.sb is $40 while maintaining two-year registration costs $30. On the other hand, a one-year registration of .gov.sb domain name is $90 and local presence costs $140 per year.
If you plan on buying more than one .sb domain name, check with your preferred registrar for availability and cost options.