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Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by hftms, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. hftms

    hftms Newbie

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    Hey, anybody knows where I could buy cheap com domains, interested in pay by paypal? Thanks for help.
     
  2. Cartharsis

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    First year $0.99 at 1and1, but a lot of people here say it's a crappy company.. Problems occur if you try to transfer it to another place I believe. Worked fine for me so far but you may want to consider other options.
     
  3. judson

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    name.com and namecheap.com ... search for their coupons online ... you can save a couple of dollars per domain.

    You can sometimes find offers like 1and1 @99c each, but you will pay much much more in the long run, when it comes to renewing the domain name, or transferring it out.

    Also, try and avoid GoDaddy too. They are an all round shit company.

    While we are at it, and this is going to be controversial ... If you can't afford to be spending $10 or so per domain, then you are not ready for IM. Or you are wanting far too many domains.

    I used to collect domains. Each one had a business I definitely was going to set up on it. Never happened. And I ended up just paying hundreds of dollars for domains I never used, and eventually let expire.

    Now, I build the website first, and only when it is ready to launch, do I register the domain.

    Saves me a whole load of money I could have spent on domains.

    YMMV of course.
     
  4. hftms

    hftms Newbie

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    Thanks for information. Yes, I have planned to buy not one domain. But now I am going to buy from namescheap.com. I heard it is good company.
     
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    if you are buying a .com domain only go with godaddy...Cache rate is much better than others...also i had read something that Google is has a direct contract with godaddy to retrieve information. If u signup and buy a domain, you dont need to make it index in search engine..i heard something like this..this is to stop crappy domains and to block networks. By retrieving information of godaddy;s customer, company's info it matches all information and if u are inserting a wrong info then it grabs you from neck..and thats how many SEO networks have been abolished from the face of Search engine
     
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    HOmERCIdAL Regular Member

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    I've read some shite in my life but this one wins. Well done son.
     
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    True enough, utter bollocks!
     
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    GoDaddy sucks for their extremely high WhoisGuard and renewals. NameCheap is simply the best even for full price, but might want to wait until some nice promo. I have no experience with 1&1, but I understand that as long as you just go for 1-year promo it's decent, transfer and renewal are just out of the question for all the problems.