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.com Domain for $3.39

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by champ5, May 20, 2012.

  1. champ5

    champ5 Newbie

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    After so many godaddy offers only valid with credit card, I finally found some cheap .com domain offer.

    At domain.com, they are on sale for $3.99 instead of $7.99, quite good.
    It gets even better when you use the couponcode
    for 15% off.

    .com domain for $3.39 including ICANN fee is quite good I think.

    Enjoy
     

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  2. lovetospooge

    lovetospooge Junior Member

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    Just ordered a domain with PayPal :D
     
  3. verial

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    If you buy via this site and transfer the domain to godaddy how much will it cost in total?
     
  4. wangxs0325

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    Wanna to have one now!
     
  5. Daniel0cean

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    The Godaddy transfer costs, there are no extra fees for transferring from domain.com
     
  6. Junkfood00

    Junkfood00 Elite Member

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    What do you mean?

    No, Godaddy does not charge transfer fees, rather it's the new register which charges you and it's for a year renewal actually.
     
  7. thegoatwhisperer

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    Awesome, I've seen some ads on reddit for 4.99 domains.. and every now and then godaddy has the $1 offer. I take the best deals, wait a few months, then move them over to my usual domainhost, who charges about $10 for the transfer, but adds a year on. It pays to shop around lol :p
     
  8. yeasin33

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    Name.com is the best for buying domains! You must must check!
     
  9. champ5

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    But costs $10.99 for a .com domain so 3 times more expensive then domain.com and domain.com is quite good for that price. When you look at the price, domain.com is good, overall I like namecheap.com much but a bit expensive and I don't have got much money to invest :) just my $.02
     
  10. markhenry121

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    Hey!! That's good.
     
  11. yeasin33

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    I knew you would ask this question. Have you compared the Whois Guard Cost? If you don't need privacy than its fine! keep up with domain.com. But if you need [Combined Cost are Almost Same] and if you buy domains other than .com? Than name.com is the best! I won't get you think deep but I must say, think again and think deep!
    Ooh i forgot, 3.39 is a first year offer only!
     
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  12. indij

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    good find!! always handy to know of additional good deals for domain names
     
  13. maximviper

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    thanks. just what i have been looking for :)
     
  14. champ5

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    For domain names I think is personal taste. Personally I like namecheap.com most because of free whois guard for first year ($2.88 after) and almost same prices to all well known registers like GoDaddy and Domain.com and Name.com.
    But when you just need some simple, cheap domain, then you would go for a cheaper register, if you just want to test it out.

    But hey, if you're happy with name.com its fine. It was just my opinion.

    (Domain.com costs $7.99/$9.99 depending on their pricing I think, they change it often after the first year so fine I think.)
     
  15. extremeboy

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    Yes they are awesome i bought yesterday 24 Domains .com's in awesome just had some issue but then fine ;)
     
  16. techfan

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    does it matter who you register with? Will this effect your SEO?
     
  17. extremeboy

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  18. techfan

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    how does hosting effect SEO? I am thinking of using an offshore host for discretion. Or do you just mean page load times?

    i would imagine hosting doesnt effect SEO. Then again im a noob :) Right now I have host who buys in bulk from another hosting company and their server is in america (my target market).
     
  19. nano_bay

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    Thanks for your coupon share

    Thanks
    ICoolfeathers
     
  20. extremeboy

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    There are two types of hosting one is normal hosting another is SEO hosting the difference in both is that Normal hosting is where multiple sites hosted on same IP and in SEO hosting Only 1 C Class iP per site which is more better and mostly SEO Hosting you need to have Dedicated Server to get best results and there is many more things in it you can care of :)