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Best place to buy domains?

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12-06-2004, 03:51 AM
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Where do you guys buy your domains from? What in your opinion offers the best prices, service and support for domains?

I am looking to invest some cash into this market preety soon and would like to go with one company. I have been using registerfly alot quite recently and they seem preety efficent, the ability to push a domain to another users account for free is also very handy!

Any recommendations?

12-06-2004, 04:32 AM
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ive tried 3 places in my life:
www.godaddy.com
www.registerfly.com
www.namecheap.com

Out of all these i like namecheap the best, im not sure why, but managing your domains is so much easier with them. I havn't owned that many domains though, 6 domains isn't really working with much :/.

12-06-2004, 11:34 AM
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NameCheap is my favorite registrar, I like it's good interface and fast push system. Price is $8.88, if you're looking for cheaper then go to RegisterFly.com ($7.99/year) they're good also.

12-06-2004, 06:03 PM
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The place I like to register domains most is http://www.idotz.net - It's great because you can pay with PayPal.

12-06-2004, 06:05 PM
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namecheap.com all the way.

Easy interface to work with, and accepts paypal.

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12-07-2004, 07:43 AM
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http://www.ev1servers.net

$6.49. Get them fast. I like it, have used it for all my domain needs.

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i always use namecheap.com when i reg domains, they support paypal and they fast and reliable and cheap

12-07-2004, 05:56 PM
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Does anyone know of any good registrars that accept PayPal payments like idotz.net?

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I use namecheap.com religiously

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I would say the best place for the price is Ev1servers.net. One bad problem about them is that you can only edit one name at a time, and in my case I reg around 200 domain names for one client and I had to edit all their info one at a time which took some time and that is why I charge the price I do. Namecheap is a ETP and they are decent but have no respect for their owner on a few words he said in another forum. Enom is a nice place if you have some extra cash to get a decent reseller plan. Registerfly is another ETP I believe so... Godaddy is decent but I do not like them... We pretty much have about 50+ domain names at each Registar and or Register

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