New Domain Name Discovery
ACS has been researching and discovering domain names for multiple strategies for many years. Let one of our experts discover an available memorable domain name for your website, email and landing page.
Need a registrar with outstanding support and history of stability at a cost effective renewal rate. One that will not ritually increase your rate every time you domain is up for renewal.
Registrar Signup and Renewal
Allocating the correct Registrant, Administrative, and Technical contact information for existing and future reference.
Ritual Domain Name Health Check
ACS will ritually monitor your domain name(s) to ensure expiration renewal dates are not missed, nameservers are effectively allocated, registrant contact information is current, and payment methods on file for the registrants are up to date and valid.
DNS (Domain Name System)
Record consultation and management. Have a company who has experienced managing thousands of DNS records in multiple industries manage your DNS records. Our experts have been managing our customer DNS records with staying on point with making sure every DNS record is set and configured correctly.
Address Mapping record (A Record)
Also known as a DNS host record, stores a hostname and its corresponding IPv4 address.
IP Version 6 Address record (AAAA Record)
Stores a hostname and its corresponding IPv6 address.
Canonical Name record (CNAME Record)
Can be used to alias a hostname to another hostname. When a DNS client requests a record that contains a CNAME, which points to another hostname, the DNS resolution process is repeated with the new hostname.
Mail exchanger record (MX Record)
Specifies an SMTP email server for the domain, used to route outgoing emails to an email server.
Name Server records (NS Record)
Specifies that a DNS Zone, such as “example.com” is delegated to a specific Authoritative Name Server, and provides the address of the name server.
Reverse-lookup Pointer records (PTR Record)
Allows a DNS resolver to provide an IP address and receive a hostname (reverse DNS lookup).
Certificate record (CERT Record)
Stores encryption certificates—PKIX, SPKI, PGP, and so on.
Service Location (SRV Record)
A service location record, like MX but for other communication protocols.
Text Record (TXT Record)
Typically carries machine-readable data such as opportunistic encryption, sender policy framework, DKIM, DMARC, etc.
Start of Authority (SOA Record)
This record appears at the beginning of a DNS zone file, and indicates the Authoritative Name Server for the current DNS zone, contact details for the domain administrator, domain serial number, and information on how frequently DNS information for this zone should be refreshed.
Poorly managed DNS records will result in loss of email, domain spoofing, domain name credibility and worst of all complete domain name hijacking.
Not sure DNS records are setup correctly? Not too worry! We will be happy to evaluate your current records.