How to find best service domain name
I'm using Godaddy domain, but I'm finding new better service? Couldyou give me some advises?
I haave used namecheap for over 5 years and i've not had any reason to look back. I'm not one that tries different service at the same time. Once i see what like, i stick with it.
Whye xactly do you wanna leave Godaddy? Have you had any problems with them?
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I strongly recommend WHUK (WebHosting.UK.Com). They offer free domain transfer and affordable web hosting service.
Besides GD, you can use another big registrars such as Namecheap, Name, Domain .com, Registrar, eNom,...All are good and a good alternative replace to GD as I know. Good luck to you,
All domain name provider are fine,there is not any issue domain provider, we should only focus on Hosting provider or cheap domain provider.
Use a domain name provider in your own country as you will have some legal comeback if things go wrong.
I was held to ransom by an american domain registrar for my domain name because I hadn't paid the fees on time, they added 15% surcharge to the domain name renewal fee and wouldn't release the name for service until the fee had been paid on top of the domain name.
From my searches, the practice is not lawful, if a provider has to hold a domain name for 1 year after it expires, theirs no reason these companies can't redirect to a parked domain rather than having the domain just terminate in a DNS error or similar.
Like web hosting, you are better off seeking services in your own country and if you are in the USA then within your own state.
As a general rule of thumb, the bigger a company gets, the more distant they are to their clients as they try to increase their profits more by giving less when compared to small to medium size businesses. The web host I use is a local based server farm that operates through a small group of companies and their fees are as little as £2.50 a month yet will resolve issues within 10 minutes to a couple of hours compared to some of the bigger companies I have used where in one case nothing got resolved and the company (owned by a US holding company) wanted £140 in fees that included £79 late fees for a service I told them to stick up their jacksies as they were blatantly ignoring my service calls and my local trading standards wouldn't get involved because they were not a UK based company.
So anything web based, seek services firmly routed in your own country for some legal comeback if they fail you in some way.
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The name you should require should be that match to your business and their services,and also it should be 2 words domain with .com
These days, .Bid, .links, .website, .club domain providing on very cheap rate,you can choose them.
When looking for a place to buy domains, GoDaddy is the big kid on the block. They are one of the most popular options that most people choose when buying domains and they often run deals to help you save a great deal of money when you first registrar a domain with them.
They also have an area when domains are auctioned off, so you can buy a domain name from someone else who has the URL you’re looking for and are willing to see.
Though GoDaddy is the most popular option, they do tend to charge quite a bit more when it comes to renewing your domains with them and WHOis privacy (something you’ll want) is hardly ever free. Average cost for renewing a domain for two years will run you around $50, which isn’t terrible but still worth noting.
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Last edited by Train; 02-05-2017 at 02:50 PM.
I'm not one that tries different service at the same time. Once i see what like, i stick with it.
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