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Best Domain Name Registrar?

Discussion in 'Domains' started by NathanG, Oct 28, 2014.

  1. Niall95g New Member


    Webs.com is a great tool for people who are not sure how to code. It makes it very easy to use the drag-and-drop site builder to make a great website very easily.

  2. KenBrace New Member


    Why would it make a difference where you registered your domain when it comes to traffic?

    Did they include some sort of advertising program along with the registration?

  3. mattattack New Member


    I've used 1and1 and godaddy in the past. Oh, and evohosting.co.uk. 1and1 are fine, and they're usually pretty cheap and their customer service is alright. Godaddy are cheap enough but their customer service is notoriously awful (though I've never had any problems with them, I can't comment on that). Evohosting are a small(ish) uk company who are a little pricier but I can vouch for their customer service.

  4. danielle davidson New Member

    danielle davidson

    I'm surprised to hear that you didn't have a good experience with Go Daddy. I have only heard good things about them. For the most part they seemed like they would be a good place because they are so inexpensive. Another place that you would be able to look would be Register.com They are a good one, or so I have heard. And they also are pretty good when it comes to prices. It's not the cheapest, but it's still pretty cheap.

  5. vtech New Member


    main thing is always trust those registrars who can provide you domain panel as well, so whenever you want to move to any other registrar you can do that easily. You can have domain at low cost from vtechpk.com

  6. jblogger New Member


    I have used register.com in the past but my experience wasn't really good. I got a promotional mail from them to register a .com for 50 cents and obviously I decided to give it a try. I got my domain and it everythng went great for the first year, then the time to renew the domain came and they where going to charge 50 dollars for the renewal. What I did was cancel the domain and never look back.

  7. DougO New Member


    I've used Dotster.com for many years and am happy with their service. Their domain management interface could use some work to make the configuration more clear. Last year I switched to using Amazon Route 53 for DNS records. The reason for the switch was because I needed support for wildcard CNAME records. I found that Amazon has a very nice management interface.

  8. jewelraz New Member


    From my personal experience, I would recommend name.com, they are so good. I will share the link of my story with them later on.

  9. fastreplies Original Member



    Well, there is not such a thing as good or bad registrar or just domains reseller.

    We register domains for 16 years now and as far as us and our clients concerned,
    we congregate for a few minutes every year at the renewal time and then...
    see ya next year




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