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How to Check Your Domain's Expiration Date

How to Check Your Domain's Expiration Date

Checking your domain’s expiration date is an essential task for any website owner. This date indicates when your domain registration will end, and if not renewed, your website may become inaccessible. This article will guide you through the process of checking your domain’s expiration date.

If you have registered your domain name with SiteGround, you can rest easy. All domain names registered with SiteGround are automatically renewed shortly before their expiration. This feature ensures that your website remains live and accessible without any interruptions.

How to Check Your Domain’s Expiration Date

  1. Visit a WHOIS lookup service: There are several online services that provide WHOIS lookup functionality. Examples include Whois.net, ICANN WHOIS, and DomainTools.
  2. Enter your domain name: In the search bar provided, enter your domain name and click on the ‘Search‘ button.
  3. Review the results: The WHOIS lookup will return a variety of information about your domain. Look for the section labeled ‘Registry Expiry Date‘, ‘Expires On‘, or something similar. This date is your domain’s expiration date.

What to Do If Your Domain Name Has Expired

If your domain name has expired, there are steps you can take to recover it, which are explained in our detailed article.

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