To do this you are going to need an e-mail address, you need it to register your domain.
Register the name directly with a domain name registrar such as GoDaddy. World’s Largest Registrar – GoDaddy.com
Being the owner is vital — if someone else places himself as the owner or tried to steal your domain, you can always contact support. Never hides any fees. GoDaddy is courteous, professional and has over 12 years experience providing domain and other services.
To register a domain, first open a new tab in your browser and go to GoDaddy.com
Choose a good name that describes your product or service. If it says “Domain Name Already Taken,” choose a different one. $10 (more or less) for a year’s ownership of the name is pretty cheap. Some people may wonder why the price ranges vary so much: $2/year while others charge more than 10 times. The low cost often has other tricks. They offer “free” URL forwarding for your domain, and then sell pop-up or pop-under advertisements on your domain.
You have to sign up, so enter all of the required information. To register, click “Sign Up.”
Sign up using your own e-mail address and password.
Please note: it may take a while before you can actually go to your domain (up to 24 hours)
If you actually have a domain, take it to a parking service. They pay you to park your pages. To create a parked domain, you have to click ‘Add Domain’. Then click ‘Manage Redirection’ and add the link of the parked domain. If you want to remove it, click ‘Disable Redirection’.
If you want a domain name for your site, better to act now.