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Looking for a good registrar to register 200 domains for a client of mine

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by vectorgraphx, Nov 4, 2005.

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    Any recommendations? I use Godaddy right now - and have a couple dozen websites registered there of my own, but i was just wondering if anyone had recommendations for a good registrar that will a. be cheap and b. be reliable and have nice tools for managing a large number of domains such as this.

    Any suggestions will be appreciated!
    SEMrush
    VG
     
    vectorgraphx, Nov 4, 2005 IP
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  2. TiGG

    TiGG Peon

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    What kind of domains? If you use registerfly.com and order over 50 .info domains at a time you'll get them for $1.25 the first year. As for .coms there are alot of very similar deals out there, just look around and see which one offers the features you need.

    Try godaddy.com, yahoo, aplus.net, etc.
     
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  3. vectorgraphx

    vectorgraphx Guest

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    i do currently use godaddy, and as far as what sort of domains, i dont know. i'm sure a mix of .com, .net, .org, .info, etc.
     
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    ppcwiz Well-Known Member

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    i am an etp with eNom -- can set you up with a reseller account which will have $8.15 pricing for com/net/org/etc.

    www.enom.com
     
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    sjaguar13 Peon

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    I like Fabulous and DomainSite. With the GoDaddy deal, though, they are the cheapest I found, so I basically use all three.
     
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    obenix Eats an apple a day......

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    I use primarily namecheap for my domains. You can give them a try but somehow, I feel that their support is getting a little sluggish...
    Anyway, try these promo codes "SAVE7993" (remove quotes) to get some savings. I'm not sure if these codes are valid or otherwise but if it does work, you get $7.99 per .com/net/org instead of the usual $8.88

    Good luck! :)
     
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    ppcwiz Well-Known Member

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    fabulous offers $6.75 .com's for wholesale accounts -- and the .net is something like $4.00 last i checked ;)
     
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    Yeah, I went with them after registering 200 domains with GoDaddy at the bulk discount rate and then realizing I forgot one. The only thing I don't like about Fabulous is since you have to have 100 domains to start with, chances are you won't be able to sell a domain to someone who has a Fabulous account for the free push. You end up having to transfer it somewhere.
     
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    ppcwiz Well-Known Member

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    i've sold names regged at fabulous and the buyer opened up an account instantly, without a problem...a simple push between accounts got the job done.

    if you apply for the monetization/ppc program your account will be be upgraded, etc....but the default is just an account to register domains, nothing more and nothing less.
     
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    I would go with www.moniker.com, they'll give you a discount rate pricing ;)
     
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    I would go with the proven. godaddy & namecheap
     
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    Peter_Rosado Active Member

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    I use namecheap.com and godaddy.com
     
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    sjaguar13 Peon

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    Were they required to have 100 domains?
     
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    ppcwiz Well-Known Member

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    don't think so.

    try and sign-up for a new account and see for yourself.
     
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    vectorgraphx Guest

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    thanks for all of your suggestions, guys! I appreciate the input!

    VG
     
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    i would recommend enom reseller, especially if you plan to continue to register domains on behalf of your customers. with $6,950 deposit, you can get $6.95 /year rate. enom is very reliable and i think has the best interface for domain management.

    if you already own more than 100 domains, you can also try fabulous for slightly better rate. from my experience, they are quite responsive..
     
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    Fabulous.com are great - I have over 1,000 domains with them.
     
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    honey Prominent Member

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    You can even buy a ENOM $6.95 account on some forums for around $125-150. That is worth as well.
     
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