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100-200 domain

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by mj10pop, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. blackhatcatz

    blackhatcatz Power Member

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    I think dynadot is great for parking because you can "taste" some domains (domainer terms for trying to park sites) and if it doesn't work out you can ask for an "exchange for your domains" you can get unlimited number of changes (as far as I know) all you need to do is return them before the five days are up and you can exchange them for another domain.
     
  2. spector

    spector Junior Member

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    i just picked up a shitload of .info for $2.99 each through name.com, all with privacy included.... cant beat the price, as stated all of the other extensions are $5.99
     
  3. bimog

    bimog Newbie

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    Hi !
    Check godaddy too 'cause they offer free private registration for 5 or more domains ("This offer is valid for .COM, .NET, .INFO, .BIZ, .NAME, .MOBI, .ORG and .WS.") - (hxxps://www.*godaddy.com/gdshop/dbp/landing.asp?ci=9002) and they also have .info on sale for only $0.99.

    nicker, about home.pl (thank you for this info) : How's the registration process with them? and they say:"Register up to 10 of any .pl, functional (for example: .com.pl), global domain (for example .com), european domain (.eu) or local domain serviced by NASK during the promotional period."
    Has anyone bought domains from home.pl (as of my calculations they are like only $4.53 for a .com) ?

    Thank you!
     
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2008