Website Hosting Questionnaire 2017-11-10T21:56:39+00:00

We here at Naked Girl Media pride ourselves in making sure we take care of our clients and the little details that come with someone’s online presence.  There are many things that come with designing a website whether its from scratch or a revamp of new services.  We want to make it as painless and as less confusing as possible so if you can help us better understand what services you currently have so there are no surprises down the road for you or for us, the more smooth the process goes.  Please fill the form out below and we will get back to you if we have any other questions.

Domain registration is the process of registering a domain name, which identifies one or more IP addresses with a name that is easier to remember and use in URLs to identify particular Web pages. The person or business that registers  domain name is called the domain name registrant.  For more information visit here.

If you need help with registering a new domain or initiating a domain transfer from another domain registrar please let us know in the comments in the form.

A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server owned or leased for use by clients, as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for other servers located in their data center, called colocation, also known as Housing in Latin America or France.  To find out more about web hosting visit here.

If you need web hosting, we recommend GoDaddy’s Managed WordPress  save 50% off Managed WordPress Deluxe also comes with one free domain registration for the year, and one free essentials Office365 email for one year (hosted exchange email address)

An email hosting service is an Internet hosting service that operates email servers.

Email hosting services usually offer premium email at a cost as opposed to advertisement-supported free email or free webmail. Email hosting services thus differ from typical end-user email providers such as webmail sites. They cater mostly to demanding email users and small and medium-sized (SME) businesses, while larger enterprises usually run their own email hosting service on their own equipment using software such as Microsoft Exchange or Postfix. Hosting providers can manage a user’s own domain name, including any email authentication scheme that the domain owner wishes to enforce in order to convey the meaning that using a specific domain name identifies and qualifies email senders.  For more information on email hosting services visit here.

Product recommendation if you want a domain assigned email address:

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A domain’s email provider is the company listed in the domain’s MX record. The email provider may be the same as the domain’s hosting company, but could also be a separate company.  If any of this seems too confusing don’t worry, we just want you to have the proper information so you are educated how things work.  The more information you provide us the better understanding we have of what we have to work with.  Use the link below if you are unsure of your e-mail provider.  Note: This tool works for domain hosted emails online.  If you have gmail or aol or hotmail or outlook.com all of those are ones that would not be connected to your website hosted domain name.   Click here to find out where your email is hosted.

In rare cases, your domain host is not your domain registrar (where you purchased your domain). You can find information about your domain host by looking up your domain’s name servers.

    1. Go to the whois lookup page provided by ICANN, a non-profit organization that compiles domain information. (You can also search for “whois free” to find a company that performs free lookups.)
    2. Enter your domain name in the search field and click Lookup.
    3. In the results page, look for the Name Server section.

If you’re not sure what registrar you used, or need to find out which registrar was used to register a domain name:

  • Conduct a Whois search at http://www.internic.net/whois.html
    • Type in your domain name in the ‘Whois Search’ field, mark the’Domain’ option and click ‘Submit’
  • The registrar’s name will be included in the results.

Where is your domain registered?

What is the name of your business domain?

Where is your website hosted?