It's Your Site! and you should have your own "top level" Domain Name (URL Internet Address).
An internet Domain Name is your address on the World Wide Web. It should be a unique name (www.mypractice.com) that reflects your identity today and in the future, for as long as your Practice remains in business.
eVetSites can register and manage your domain name for you and make all the technical settings for your web site and email services which include annual registration, domain name privacy and private email accounts. Our fee for domain name registration and server management (DNS management) is $35 per year.
(See more here about domain name search scams)
You do not need a web site domain name (URL) to get started. We will assist you with getting your own domain name registered. If you have a domain name at this time, we will assist you with the technical settings later in the trial period.
In either case you can get started with our Quick Start Wizard where you will need to type in your full practice name and then click the
key. You will note that the second field will auto-fill with a sub-domain name ending in .evetsites.net (this is only a temporary name to get you started, we will change this to your own domain name when you are ready to Go Live with your new eVetSites website).
After you complete the sign up process (both windows please***) we will send you a 'Confirmation Letter' email with a link to your new eVetSites website, and a User ID and Password. Just follow the simple instructions to enter your website builder to get started right away.
We will also send you our 'Welcome to eVetSites' email with more general instructions and several links to our
website for more assistance, along with telephone numbers and email addresses for Tech Support and contact with our main office. If you have any questions about getting started please call us at 888-332-5316, Ext 1 and we will be glad to assist you.
***If you do not receive the Confirmation Letter:
You have not completed and submitted the second sign up page OR,
The Confirmation email may be in a filtered into a spam file as this is an auto-generated response that some email system can detect as such. Check all your email files carefully.