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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. kabbs

    kabbs Member

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    #341
    Godaddy.com sure has paypal gateway.
    namecheap.com
    name.com
    SEMrush
     
    kabbs, Jan 9, 2012 IP
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  2. cheenki

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    #342
    HostGator is the best way to buy domain...
     
    cheenki, Jan 10, 2012 IP
  3. freaks12

    freaks12 Greenhorn

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    #343
    buy in cheap-registrar.com
     
    freaks12, Jan 13, 2012 IP
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    Himmat Peon

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    #344
    big rock is also a good option....
     
    Himmat, Jan 15, 2012 IP
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    #345
    Can anyone please suggest me how to check whether a domain is registered or not and by whom.
     
    parker1234, Jan 18, 2012 IP
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    WebCare||360 Member

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    #346
    NameCheap / Name.com / Dyndot ;)
     
    WebCare||360, Jan 18, 2012 IP
  7. t_wayne

    t_wayne Peon

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    #347
    Godaddy.com the best place so far. with best support service
     
    t_wayne, Jan 18, 2012 IP
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    #348
    go for namecheap.com
     
    cassiegetty, Jan 18, 2012 IP
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    #349
    1&1, dynadot, name.com, or godaddy... all accept paypal
     
    ckline9, Jan 22, 2012 IP
  10. Jasonmcc

    Jasonmcc Greenhorn

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    #350
    Hi, i use varyhost.com,

    hope that helps
     
    Jasonmcc, Jan 22, 2012 IP
  11. igunsa

    igunsa Greenhorn

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    #351
    I use name.com & godaddy ;)
     
    igunsa, Jan 22, 2012 IP
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    t_wayne Peon

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    #352
    I use goddady and namecheap some of the best
     
    t_wayne, Jan 22, 2012 IP
  13. Mystique

    Mystique Well-Known Member

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    #353
    This thread is very ancient and the OP clearly stated "no GoDaddy" if you forgot about the fact.
     
    Mystique, Jan 25, 2012 IP
  14. priyaverma2012

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    godaddy is best.
     
    priyaverma2012, Jan 27, 2012 IP
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    #355
    namecheap.com is the best choice. Highly Recommended..
     
    coreseo, Jan 27, 2012 IP
  16. afterflats

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    #356
    I've been told namecheap is better than godaddy because they domain name propagates through the web much faster.
     
    afterflats, Jan 28, 2012 IP
  17. MrTM

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    #357
    Even I observed same with namecheap. Only thing is both (GD and NC) follow business tactic to charge more on renewals which is not highlighted much during domain registration (It means you can find this fact on their website but somewhere inside but not like how they show the Registration charges). In both cases absolutely no discounts after one year renewal prices (usually it will be as high as $9.5).

    Only namesilo has prices around $8.5 for both registration and RENEWALS. domain name propagation is even faster than namecheap I observed. Interface is very convenient you can check my earlier post for what EXTRA benefits you get from namesilo other than not getting cheated during renewals.

    Best of luck.
     
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2012
    MrTM, Jan 28, 2012 IP
  18. Sam Gilmore

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    • World's Largest Registrar - GoDaddy.com [​IMG] — This extremely popular registrar (possibly the biggest today) offers .com domain names for $9.99 (plus 20 cents) per year ($6.99 plus 20 cents if you transfer from another registrar). They have a web interface to manage your domains, free web redirection (where people who visit your domain will get transferred to another web address of your choice), free starter web page, free parked page or free "for sale" page, and an optional private domain registration where your domain is registered in the name of a proxy company. They offer .com, .us, .biz, .info, .net, .org, .ws, .name, .tv, .co.uk, .me.uk and .org.uk. Note that (as with all registrars) the exact price varies depending on which domain you are registering (for example some domain extensions are more expensive than others). Both credit card and PayPal payments are accepted.
    • Dotster.com [​IMG] — This fairly popular registrar provides fairly cheap domain prices ($15.75 plus 20 cents per domain), a convenient web interface to manage your domains, an optional privacy facility where your domain name is registered in the name of a proxy company, etc. They offer .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, .us, .ca, .tv, .name, .cc, .de, .sr, .md, .co.uk, .us.com domains, etc. If you're transferring a domain here from other registrars, the price is even cheaper ($6.99 plus 20 cents). Both credit card and PayPal payments are accepted here.
    • Register.com [​IMG] — This domain name registrar has been in business for a very long time: they were one of the biggest around when I started buying my first domains. They are currently running an offer (only via the above link) where they charge $9.99 for the first year for a domain name with a free business email account. Domains qualifying for this offer include .com, .net, .org, .biz, .us and .info. Country-specific domains have different prices. (Note: you'll need to use the above link to get the $9.99 special offer. If you access their site in some other way, you may end up with their regular price of around $37, depending on the number of years you register.)
    • 1&1 Internet [​IMG] — This is primarily a large web host that is also a domain name registrar. You are charged $6.99 for .com, .org, .net, .us domains. They also offer .info domains for $0.99 (first year only) and .biz at $8.99. The fee includes private domain registration, which means that your particulars are hidden from public view (done by registering the domain in the name of a proxy company). You also get a free email account, DNS management, domain forwarding and masking, and a starter website with each domain. Both credit card and PayPal payments are accepted by this registrar.
     
    Sam Gilmore, Jan 30, 2012 IP
  19. webhostingcheap

    webhostingcheap Peon

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    #359
    well there are many webhosting companies just decide that you want cheap web hosting it should be affordable
     
    webhostingcheap, Jan 31, 2012 IP
  20. drkossa

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    I think Godaddy.com is the cheapest
     
    drkossa, Feb 1, 2012 IP
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