Skip to comments.Registering a Domain Name...Best Companies? (Vanity)
Posted on 07/03/2014 4:09:02 AM PDT by who knows what evil?
I am interested in registering a couple of domain names, but I am not sure which company to go with...GoDaddy seems decent, but a number of customers have complained about them being 'pushy'. Namecheap has good testimonials, but there are several drawbacks, as well. I thought I would solicit feedback from Freepers to see if there is a consensus of opinion.
Can’t beat Hover.com. Great prices, incredible, personal service....
I use dyndns. Had a few domains with dotster, but have been moving them out to dyndns as they expire. There are lots of choices, the prices are competitive (and not all that much money, of you only have a few domains to register), and all the registrars “function”, i.e., get the job done. I wouldn’t suggest spending a whole lot of time making the decision.
I use dreamhost.com.
Been happy with hostmonster.com. There are a lot of good ones that are priced about the same, so you probably can’t go wrong whichever one you pick.
Go with whoever offers the best deal. I have used Network Solutions for 15 years. I have no praise nor complaints for them. I have never had any troubles with my registered services with them nor with their hosting packages.
I use GoDaddy. As for them being pushy, perhaps they are. I have a simple response, “No, thank you.”
I certainly have plenty to research now...thanks to all!
I have used GoDaddy since 2003. They work well for me. They only register the names, I use another virtual hosting service, Eapps.com, to host the sites.
Bluehost.com is good especially if you decide to host with them since their cpanel is a full buffet. Excellent tech support with quick resolution to issues. Been with them for almost 15 years. I encourage all my clients to register and host with them.
Agree with Arlis. Hover is the best registrar out there, IMO.
GoDaddy supported the anti-net-neutrality idiots a few years ago, and they’ve been hemorrhaging customers ever since, myself included.
Can you have Danica Patrick to visit your website?
Domain name now, website later.
No one is cheaper
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