What is domain leasing?
Leasing a domain name is directly analogous to leasing real-life property or land. By leasing a domain name, you gain the exclusive right to use and develop that domain until such time as you wish to end the contract. Domain leasing allows you the use of a premium domain name at a competitive monthly cost, rather than paying a prohibitive one-off fee to purchase the rights to a domain.
What are the key benefits of leasing a domain name?
A recognisable domain name immediately generates a heightened market presence.
This naturally improves search engine rankings, increasing website traffic and thus potential business.
Leasing a premium domain name is a form of instant branding.
A premium domain name quickly and effectively creates impact through all your existing marketing channels, saving money by reducing online marketing costs.
Domain leasing is cost-effective.
When cash flow is a concern, a long-term lease is infinitely preferable to a large, up-front investment. This is particularly useful for new start-ups, or for short-term advertising campaigns. Additionally, as with leasing houses or cars, domain name leasing is 100% tax-deductible.
Leasing with Domains.co.uk
Benefit from unprecedentedly secure and flexible terms
Your security is a key concern for us. Our contracts allow you to immediately experience the benefits of owning a premium domain whilst offering you considerable legal protection. We offer:
Rolling contracts which give you indefinite first refusal on a domain name.
The ability to cancel your contract at any time and without penalty with just 30 days’ notice.
DNS setting which are changed at top level, making setting up new email addresses and sub-domains straightforward.
Robust and legally binding contracts which give you control over your lease.
Security of fixed monthly payments
Your payments will be clearly explained and fixed according to your lease agreement, helping you:
Ease the pressure on your cash flow and free up valuable funds for investment in other areas
Know exactly where you stand on a month to month basis
Decide the best payment option – standing order, debit or credit card