Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by captainsquirril, Jul 19, 2011.
Namecheap is $9.28 after you use the July coupon code DOTHOT you get free whois privacy also for 1 year.
Check out netfirms.ca They had a promotion running..
Namecheap is also much cheaper and comes with free private whois..
Yes, Namecheap gets my vote and you can get regular coupons to cut costs further but the free who is is useful.:top:
Whichever you go with, make sure Whois domain privacy is a free option. Go Daddy (US) charges a whopping $9.99 extra a year for private domain registration.
I use 1&1. Domain privacy is free. And right now .coms are on special for $4.99 for the first year, then the regular price of $9.99 a year thereafter.
eNom , 9 dollars
Netfirms and use promo code 'promo495' (not my code, it's netfirms own) to get .com for $4.95
Can only use that code once per CC/DC but if you connect a PayPal account you can repeat it. I've used it loads of times with PP.
There are other official codes knocking about as well.
Free whois privacy as well, when buying domain you get the option to 'purchase' privacy but the price is $0.00.
Can also 'purchase' privacy at any time through your control panel if you want to get it later.
Yahoo has them for $4.95. You can also get them free from GoDaddy through Trialpay.
Wait special promotions from godaddy. 1,18$
Namecheap is the best IMO.
Havent used internet.bs, But alot of people are recommending it. so it should be good.
netfirms provide .coms for about $4.5
but they take a very long time propagating the Nameservers.
Godaddy, Internet.bs and others do it instantly.
In my view, you can try enome,netfirms or godaddy.I do not know why are you not using offer coupon for godaddy.Just search godaddy coupon.you will get domain in $7.49 or wait for new offer in August,you might get in $1.18 .
Netfirms gives you .com under $5
try godaddy with some vouchers
Netfirms -- $4.95
internetbs.net is your best bet if you want to keep the domains long term. Most of the promos other companies have are for the first year and then you pay a lot more.
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