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Where is the best place to order bul domains (200+)

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by 2DHades, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. 2DHades

    2DHades Power Member

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    Hello BHW,

    Im trying to enter the domain marketing and will be buying a big amount of domains. I wondered where I can get that for the best price and eventually transfer it later to my customers easy.

    I was thinking to open a godaddy account under my main account (as an affiliate) and use their coupons for -25% off.

    I'm not any familiar with their affiliate system but it says that you will get 20% from "almost" any of their products, in case you manage to sell it.

    Can anyone confirm that I will get affiliate comission in case my customers (in this case me) purchase a .com/.net/.org domain???

    I guess if it works I wont find anything cheaper. However, if it works this will be a great method for some of you to take your domains for cheaper :)

    Cheers,
    Hades
     
  2. PremWebNet

    PremWebNet Registered Member

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    Checkout name.com I believe if you have over 50 domains in your portfolio you can get pretty substantial discounts.
     
  3. apignard

    apignard Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    contact me running a registrar service so can provide you good price for bulk (100+ min)
     
  4. 420lounge

    420lounge Power Member

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    most companies will give you a discount price for bulk domains. internet.bs does not but is very easy to manage bulk domains.
    namecheap has price reduction for domains with 50+ - have to contact support and price is same as internet.bs prolly at the end of the day

    I believe moniker is used by the big domainers as you need to have a 100 or 200 domains transferred or bought to start an account there. ( not sure the number) - could be a diff company not sure somone will jump in im sure