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Where to buy a domain from? [2011]

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by jackroze59, Feb 12, 2011.

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  1. billbowman

    billbowman Greenhorn

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    #321
    Go Daddy is cheaper, but I flip domains and sites and they take longer to process than most. But if you are not a flipper than they are also a good choice.
    SEMrush
     
    billbowman, Dec 26, 2011 IP
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  2. Lexas

    Lexas Greenhorn

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    #322
    Are you kidding me? :) Godaddy .com price is 9.99, and at domain.com .com price is only 3.99$!

    BTW anyone know where to get cheap .net domains?
     
    Lexas, Dec 28, 2011 IP
  3. Camilla

    Camilla Peon

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    #323
    If you live in the UK the best one is fasthost.co.uk* and they are very cheap too
     
    Camilla, Dec 28, 2011 IP
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    t_wayne Peon

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    #324
    namecheap and 1and1.com are ok.
     
    t_wayne, Dec 31, 2011 IP
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    Linkmentor Peon

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    #325
    dynadot.com is the best solution
     
    Linkmentor, Dec 31, 2011 IP
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    samidear1 Peon

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    #326
    I think domain name registrar can effect your search engine rankings so buy from a well established company. Best luck
     
    samidear1, Jan 1, 2012 IP
  7. masrimanas

    masrimanas Member

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    #327
    Go to domain.com
    and use coupon code >> 199comppc for $1.99 .com domain
    they accept paypal too
     
    masrimanas, Jan 2, 2012 IP
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    saygin.tughan Peon

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    #328
    namecheap is the best for domains
     
    saygin.tughan, Jan 2, 2012 IP
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    oulee Peon

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    #329
    namecheap are good
     
    oulee, Jan 2, 2012 IP
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    #330
    I learned the hard way....

    I only use Namecheap.com because I WANT and NEED good customer service, cheap prices, paypal and of course there is the prizes.
     
    KarenKramer, Jan 3, 2012 IP
  11. Internet Marketing IQ

    Internet Marketing IQ Guest

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    #331
    GoDaddy is a legitimate business. They offer FREE Telephone tech support. You can call them at 3am and someone will answer the telephone. They have a real street address. And real business model.

    NameCheap is a 2 bit reseller. Has not telephone tech support. You sent a support ticket and wait and hope that someone will get back to you. I read one account online where a guy used their online chat and it took them over an HOUR to get back to him.

    NameCheap has no real business address. They use a mail box drop in Los Angeles. They hide from people. NameCheap was sued by a company for $100,000 because they screwed up their account and the company lost it's domain due to incompetence.

    I have never heard of a GoDaddy law suit where GoDaddy botched something. There might be one but I haven't seen it.

    The choice is Clear. Very clear.
     
    Internet Marketing IQ, Jan 4, 2012 IP
  12. lgchandana

    lgchandana Active Member

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    #332
    I have buy godaddy domain using Paypal, but godaddy charged from my debit card, But I want pay from Paypal balance not my card. pls tell me how to we can pay from Paypal balance. :(
     
    lgchandana, Jan 5, 2012 IP
  13. LiveDigi

    LiveDigi Greenhorn

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    Godaddy or Namecheap :)
     
    LiveDigi, Jan 6, 2012 IP
  14. Chronus

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    #334
    It depends on your needs.
    I have many that require advanced DNS records, many that are nameservers, many that are business related, and many that are personal. I use Moniker for these.

    And to those of you that suggest GoDaddy.... Did you know that GoDaddy publicaly supported the SOPA bill? Webmasters, sysops, and sysadmins have been pulling everything away from GoDaddy for that reason alone. Besides, it never was what I considered a professional registrar or hosting company. To me it looks like they mostly target the kid down the block that "NEEDS" a website for pictures of her cats.
     
    Chronus, Jan 6, 2012 IP
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    initiotech Active Member

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    #335
    You can buy domains from domains.initiotech.com and pay via paypal the prices are much better than what other providers give.
     
    initiotech, Jan 9, 2012 IP
  16. MrTM

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    By NOT opposing SOPA (even now. it simply said we wont support, but never said it opposes) GoDaddy clearly send signals to the webmasters that they are the ones who are going to act like a law enforcing agencies on behalf of Govt. I wonder why any webmaster or any individual would he/she likes to register a domain(s) with such an organization which consider Govt interest is their priority rather than their clients.

    So... like thousands (some tens of thousands) did, I wish every one from DP at least would shift from GD permanently with immediate effect.
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2012
    MrTM, Jan 9, 2012 IP
  17. divyareddy

    divyareddy Greenhorn

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    #337
    http://www.bigrock.in/
     
    divyareddy, Jan 9, 2012 IP
  18. MrTM

    MrTM Peon

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    #338
    Though registration charges are reasonable (esp for dot in, co dot in, net) their renewal charges are above average market price.
    Make sure that your registrar would not rip you off during renewals. Be wise, choose namesilo.com .
     
    MrTM, Jan 9, 2012 IP
  19. Roan Akkermans

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    I buy from Namecheap. Its easy to use, looks easy on the eye whereas godaddy is a bit busy on my eye if you ask me. Ive had a good experience with Namecheap.
     
    Roan Akkermans, Jan 9, 2012 IP
  20. MrTM

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    namecheap is very good if it would not rip you off during renewals. Just dont believe here it goes.
    It offeres WHO is guard free for the first year.. but it costs 2.88 during renewals. It would not share parked domain revenue. Unless you own 50+ domains you are not eligible for renewal discounts.
    Wonder why I should go for namecheap if its dot com domain.
     
    MrTM, Jan 9, 2012 IP
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