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    Wheres the best place to get a domain?

    Im currently starting up a new site webdevhelp.net. Im going to be buying the march special hosting package from thrillinghill.com Should i buy the domain through them for 15 dollars or should i buy it through godaddy for 8.95.

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    "Best" is relative. You're talking about a difference of $6, and only one domain, so if it were me I'd do it all in one shot, then you only have one company to deal with concerning your site. If, however, you were going to be buying a lot of domains in the future, then I'd probably consider going with the cheaper registrar.
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    I register all my domains at godaddy, for various reasons. First of all, they are pretty much the cheapest place on the internet to do this. Secondly, if you every change hosting providers, you'll be very greatful you have your domain registered elsewhere. It makes it much easier. I would recommend godaddy, for sure.

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    Verisign runs the com root servers correct?

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    Originally posted by pyro
    I register all my domains at godaddy, for various reasons. First of all, they are pretty much the cheapest place on the internet to do this. Secondly, if you every change hosting providers, you'll be very greatful you have your domain registered elsewhere. It makes it much easier. I would recommend godaddy, for sure.
    I second that all the way! Satisfaction to the max!

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    You should choose a reseller where the domain actually belongs to you yourself and is not rented.

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    I use RackShack.net (ev1) and I've had no trouble pointing to other servers. About $7 per domain.

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    I Use this!

    I order domains from here..

    have no problems so far..


    http://ev1servers.net/english/index.asp

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    I use www.DomainSite.com - $6.99 per year.

    Their customer service/tech support/response times and web site are all top notch. I have about 20 names registered there.

    I used to use GoDaddy and have since transferred those names to DomainSite.
    Last edited by TinaF; 03-15-2004 at 06:31 PM.

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    directi.com

    I use http://www.directi.com. Cheaper when you buy it in bulk..
    Last edited by budihost; 03-16-2004 at 07:21 AM.
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    I think the one thing that is missing on our suggestions of Godaddy is this...

    They offer a ton of free services that I have found most helpful. for anyone who has not used 'domain forwarding' your missing something
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    Domain Forwarding

    So wait...what exactly is domain forwarding??
    And if i buy a domain somewhere and then host my site somewhere else...is the user just..."forwared" to my host??
    Isnt forwarding a bad thing? For serch engines and what not??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyro View Post
    I register all my domains at godaddy, for various reasons. First of all, they are pretty much the cheapest place on the internet to do this. Secondly, if you every change hosting providers, you'll be very greatful you have your domain registered elsewhere. It makes it much easier. I would recommend godaddy, for sure.
    hi i tried free domain registration in many sites but i cant get exact thing
    what i prefer .then one of my friend guide me to visit here zippozap here they provide domain
    registration service through this site xnynz.com in which we can register our domains here if we register
    5 or more domain then they will provide us free private registration .we can appraise our domain from
    zippozap i felt happy with their service.

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    Get the domain from Godaddy.com use code HASH3 to get a dot com for $ 7.15 . Then get the web hosting from HostGator.

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    You can busy domain from 2gbhosting.com ... they provide domains on cheap rates. just visit their website.

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