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Cheap .INFO domain registrations - ideal for money making niche sites!

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by maXam, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. maXam

    maXam Newbie

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    If of help, namecheap are doing .INFO domains for $2.99 (you can get more off if you have 100+ DN's to move or host) great price for building some niche generic money sites :D
     
  2. peglegtrading

    peglegtrading Junior Member

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    uhm, godaddy?
     
  3. jason666

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    yea, why don't you try godaddy? it's like 0.99 per (.info) domain
     
  4. pamon

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    yep, GD is cheap. i'd go w/ them.
     
  5. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    Never had a problem YET with godaddy, and hope I never do... and I have run some pretty "interesting" websites with them.
     
  6. Chronos

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    GoDaddy is crap, but with 100+ domains at 66% cheaper than any other place, that's a helluva deal.

    It's obvious you don't like GoDaddy. I too, don't like GoDaddy but when you can trim a domain investment to $1, it's worth it no matter what.
     
  7. maXam

    maXam Newbie

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    With all the hastle, time spent using the GD CP and other stuff, its not worth the buck to be honest, have found lots of 100+ portfolios on namecheap and they all seem to be doing very well, even with .INFO names on their niches, so still think $2.99 with all you get with namecheap is best at the mo :D
     
  8. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    GoDaddy SMTP's are great, but that's about as good as they get. They have a great Affiliate program but I am so anti-GoDaddy that I wouldn't even promote them.

    I have 50 domains in one of my NameCheap.com account (most .co's). Yeah, that's a lot of money...

    Their .info accounts are a little more but they have free whois which is great. And since I have so many .co and WHOIS does not apply, I have a lot of credits to apply for the future.

    Also, are you emailing the .info domains?

    I've noticed that Spam Assassin does not like it since it is not a TLD.
     
  9. jb007uk

    jb007uk Regular Member

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    .info domains are always on sale cheap across the net, the very reason why they get such a bad press I guess.
     
  10. No Limits

    No Limits Junior Member

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    GD is great to lower your costs. So buy it there and move it in 61 days if you need to. The big deal here is to buy domains in one place and HOST in another to protect yourself.
     
  11. ┼blackrat┼

    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    .Info would need a lot of "help" to rank as a com net org would right?
     
  12. bakxos

    bakxos Regular Member

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    Nah i dont think so. From my experience, there is no further difficulty to rank an info website.
     
  13. Tetsuya121

    Tetsuya121 BANNED BANNED

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    So is a .info good at ranking like a com?

    .com is better at ranking or .info rank just as well?
     
  14. peglegtrading

    peglegtrading Junior Member

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    all this talk about godaddy delisting domains is kind of old, I gooked the topic and the first hit was for a blog post from 2005. If anyone has any newer accounts of their heavy fisted policies, please do inform the thread, I am interested to see it myself.