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Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by kc3, Dec 20, 2004.

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    I found this website at FreebieBombard.com, here you can get free domain names by earning points for referring people to them or gain a lot of points by trying out services for free. It's realy cool and fun, you should check it out.
     
    kc3, Dec 20, 2004 IP
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    mopacfan Peon

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    I'll spend the $9 and buy one when I need it.
     
    mopacfan, Dec 20, 2004 IP
  3. kc3

    kc3 Peon

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    lol, yeah, but some of us are teens and don't have a credit card. Well, I used my dad's to get my domain names, he let me, and soon I'm getting a Visa gift card so I can do online purchases. Anyways, it's actually kind of fun, and if you were to just put to referal link on a good site, you might get a lot of free domain names in case you ever need one.
     
    kc3, Dec 20, 2004 IP
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    joeychgo Notable Member Premium Member

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    $9? Im spending $5 at yahoo for domain names
     
    joeychgo, Dec 20, 2004 IP
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    kc3 Peon

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    I'm spending like $9 at goDaddy. lol, $4 isn't much anyways.
     
    kc3, Dec 21, 2004 IP
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    How? ICANN charges more then that, why would Yahoo purposely lose money?
     
    Refrozen, Dec 21, 2004 IP
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    They wouldn't. They must be getting it for cheaper than ICANN.
     
    MaxM, Dec 22, 2004 IP
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    kc3 Peon

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    lol, does Yahoo allow you to purchase a domain name without buying hosting?
     
    kc3, Dec 22, 2004 IP
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    awall19 Berserker

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    Yahoo! tries to upsell you other stuff + I think there may be a limit to the # of $5 domains you can register.
     
    awall19, Dec 23, 2004 IP
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    $9?

    Eh, shop around, $7 is easy to find for .com's

    It's amazing the change in prices registrar to registrar...
     
    EdenView, Jan 2, 2005 IP
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    "loss leader"

    Also, many services charge around the same (A dollar more or so, but GD reseller accounts and enom reseller accounts can both end up lossleaders if you're that heavy into volume.)
     
    EdenView, Jan 2, 2005 IP
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    I use 1and1 5.99 per yr
    my ISP charged $35 per yr thats insane
    will have to check out yahoo if its cheaper
     
    bloodwrath, Jan 3, 2005 IP
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    Darn it! I just paid 19.99 for my latest domain from register.com... ughh. Oh well.
     
    my3cents, Jan 5, 2005 IP
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    Got to love those $5 domains at yahoo! Does anyone know whether there is truly a limit on the # you can register?
     
    affil3000, Jan 9, 2005 IP