Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Meraman, Mar 14, 2010.
Register .Info domains for $.89 at G0Daddy.com
Just to let you know.
Nothing new! It's always $0.89
Not always, and many people keep asking where to buy cheap .infos.
You might be an "expert" but most newbies are not.
Everyday it is harder to share things...
Nah.. it's not $0.89..
it's 1.07 including tax..
Perhaps I detect a hint of sarcasm but actually you can get free domains and hosting here:
I've never had much luck getting .info domains to rank. I tend to stick with .coms and .orgs. Cheap domains are great and all but you gotta look at the bigger picture. What good is saving 6 or 7 bucks if you get a domain where you'll have to work 3 times as hard for traffic? Just my opinion.
Use the coupon code: diggnation at GoDaddy and you can get your .com domains for 7.49
Be careful with .co.cc - it is a free domain and they can take it away from you at any time. I actually have a domain I reg'd with them 2 weeks ago and it says "This domain is under investigation and will be finished in 24 hours" - it's just two words and nothing bad or trademarked. I would rather pay a .89 or $7.49 and know I own it than get something for free and one day shut it down.
Also I am not having any difficulty getting some of my .info's to rank.
$2.99 at namecheap for 1 year + WhoisGuard. Sounds like a steal to me over Godaddy.
Some notes I Just saw at Namecheap:
- Domains have Free WhoisGuard only for the first year, later it is plus $2.88 per domain
- .Info are $2.99 for the first year and $9.69 after
Not trying to pick up on anything, just clarifying.
Just remembered: I already had domains with them in the past but for some reason I don't recall I took them out to another place, I guess moniker.
Whats your point? Godaddy info's are just as expensive to renew as a .com
Name cheap is way better.. at least WhoisGuard is free for the first year.. go daddy wants you to pay like $8.99 just for private registration..
Another good option is buying your domain from google. I think private registration is included with your domain, and they only charge $10/yr
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