Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by forwardedlandlines, Jan 18, 2013.
I'm looking to buy 100+ .com domains at the cheapest price possible. Anyone know a place to go?
One more try...
(Thank Corrupted for the link.)
that'll give you a discount for five domains... but beyond that, the ~$10 per domain is pretty standard with every registrar that I know of.
Send message to namecheap and ask if they could give you a good deal. Some years ago that worked for me.
You can test same thing in godaddy too
The link above didn't work for me. However I always search godaddy promo codes and do ok. However I mainly use internet.bs since they give free private whois and they DO offer discounts when registering 50+ domains just have to send a quick email.
Internetbs . Net let's you register $8.49 dot com domains. I have several sites from their service.
Still works. They also give you an ongoing discount (so you'll get the same discount on renewals as well, not only the first registration) for as long as your portfolio remains above X domains (with X being what you agree with them). Just send them an email - I've only had positive experiences with their support.
You can get $1.5 domain from register.com. Here is the Discount link
** It may be a affiliate link. I found this link from.
Just select Register.com: $1.50 from right sidebar.
I am not an expert but what I learn that if you want to buy cheap domain and hosting then you can buy them seperately. For exmpaly you can use free hosting that cost you nothing as there are many providers who is giving you free hosting. If you want to buy particular .com domain then I think they will cost you almost the same at every place , but if you buy some domains that people willing to sell and then you might save few bucks too.
another one vote for namecheap.com
I got them at 1 usd at 1and1 but you need to wait for the offer again
I clicked the link to register.com and the price for 1 .com domain were 38usd
By default, they want you to register for many years. Did you check that the 1-year registration period?
namecheap.com is $4 a year godaddy can drop lower than that if you keep an eye out
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