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Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by save, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. #1
    I'm not sure if this has been posted but Godaddy are offering .info domains for 99c again, I guess you have to pay for Icann fees too. No coupon needed either.
     
    save, Mar 29, 2008 IP
  2. Muhammad Mustafa

    Muhammad Mustafa Active Member

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    #2
    thanks for the news dude, $0.99 again results in a good deals again :)
     
    Muhammad Mustafa, Mar 29, 2008 IP
  3. Asian Forum

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    I'll see if I can apply the % discount.
     
    Asian Forum, Mar 29, 2008 IP
  4. th13rteen

    th13rteen Banned

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    Oh sweet. Thanks for sharing.
     
    th13rteen, Mar 29, 2008 IP
  5. HUI

    HUI Peon

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    #5
    I wonder how long info promotions will last. Godaddy 1.99 almost always, dotster had .99 cents in Feb, seems like always a place to get cheap infos.

    I'm currently getting info domains at less than $1 with icann and privacy included. But this is only for March and I'm not sure what prices I'll have in April... so it's good to know I can go to Godaddy if Afilias stops the promotion with other registrars or my buy rate goes up.
     
    HUI, Mar 29, 2008 IP
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    malcarada Member

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    I bought one, that was great thanks! The domain was $0.99+ ICANN fees $0.20 = $1.19

    Watch out for all the usual tricks, i.e default registration set up at 2 years, automatic renewal by default,etc...
    Just uncheck all those boxes and it should be priced as advertised with no upselling. :)
     
    malcarada, Mar 30, 2008 IP
  7. M.IMRAN

    M.IMRAN Well-Known Member

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    Thats a nice offer .......$0.99 for a year its a good price...

    i need to renew my one .info domain.... so its a good news for me :)
     
    M.IMRAN, Mar 30, 2008 IP
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    Pro Scribz Banned

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    #8
    Great, now I can easily register more domains in the future!
     
    Pro Scribz, Mar 30, 2008 IP
  9. werewe12

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    I will offer a piece of advice with these 99C deals. When you purchase them, Godaddy will automatically set it for auto renew. When the year is up they will automatically charge you the regular $9.99 to renew these domains.

    My advice is to set them to "expire" immediately after purchase. Godaddy relies on people buying a ton of these domains making it timely to set them all to expire.
     
    werewe12, Mar 30, 2008 IP
  10. MikeLugar

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    Awesome i was hoping this would come back! Thanks for the info!
     
    MikeLugar, Mar 30, 2008 IP
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    #11
    Yes, this is great for me, just when I need to renew some domains :)
     
    Agent_Dweeb, Mar 30, 2008 IP
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    #12
    Does anyone else feel that after all of these super .info sales, no good .infos are left for registration?
     
    ReadyToGo, Mar 30, 2008 IP
  13. save

    save Active Member

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    #13
    Does it work for renewals as well?
     
    save, Mar 31, 2008 IP
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    No it wont!!
     
    sudarshannus, Mar 31, 2008 IP
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    It won't, oh that is a real disappointment for me then!
     
    Agent_Dweeb, Mar 31, 2008 IP
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    Great offer by godaddy. Planning to reg a couple of .info's to start my proxy sites.
     
    cool_78, Mar 31, 2008 IP
  17. Dollar

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    why do you need 99cent infos? What the hell do you use them for?
    What is the point?
     
    Dollar, Mar 31, 2008 IP
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    #18
    Proxies, throw away domains, niche sites.
     
    Agent_Dweeb, Mar 31, 2008 IP
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    Awesome... I'm going shopping.
     
    webfinity, Mar 31, 2008 IP
  20. Edynas

    Edynas Peon

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    #20
    Was waiting for this....I have automated some things and have too many ideas for niches and topics to build a site for.

    I believe in being specific. I do not build sites about a general topic but more about a small niche. I find that easier to market and have more success with that approach.

    Fi in linkbuilding...if your site is wakeboard-shop.info it's easier to get links using the keywords wakeboard or wakeboard shop then if you have 1 big site like www.shoppingdirectory.com and want links to the wakeboard section. An other parts is if your site is about everything you wil lnever be seen as an authority in a field but more like wallmart.

    But some ideas fly and some never come off the ground...so paying $0.99 for a domainname gives you the opportunity to test your niche for next to nothing. When it's profitable you can use the information to expand in that niche.

    Finlly...it's adictive :)
     
    Edynas, Apr 1, 2008 IP