Best domain provider ?

Artashes

Administrator
Staff member
With promotions and discounts, the provider is the best!

I think the opposite. With so many coupons and promotions, a lot of GoDaddy's clients turn to continuous search struggle for discounts in order to motivate their stay with them. I got so tired of that that I left the service long time ago. I prefer much cleaner interfaces, without a bombardment of add-on and special offers just to renew a domain name.
 

Internoc24

New member
We had used Godaddy in the past, but since they has stopped with there coupons as the result of their expansion to european market, the prices of godaddy are to high.

Namecheap, Namesilo are currently our prefered companys
 

HostOX

Member
hmm, how can you really recommend one? Domain registrations are simple, require no support and usually all are the same.

Only difference is the price.

Preferably I keep my personal Domains with Internetbs and NameCheap however InternetBS has been a pain with one recently but other than that never any issues.
 

hostshield ltd

New member
I use enom, i like them but the only problem is that the deposit takes around 3 days to reach your balance if you pay by card. If you pay with paypal it is instant
 

cyclonehosting

New member
I had customers who used to use godaddy, but then switched to either networksolutions or namecheap

I would recommend networksolutions for domain names because they do not try to upsell you like godaddy does.
 

Nathanq

New member
I use Namecheap and plan on using Porkbun for the rest of my domain purchases. They are both cheap registrars and Porkbun is new to the table but it works really well and I like all aspects of the website and purchasing process. I would recommend Namecheap and Porkbun and Namesilo also.
 

Nathanq

New member
I use Namecheap and plan on using Porkbun for the rest of my domain purchases. They are both cheap registrars and Porkbun is new to the table but it works really well and I like all aspects of the website and purchasing process. I would recommend Namecheap and Porkbun and Namesilo also.
If you choose to go with GoDaddy make sure you read the renewal costs, upfront 1 year costs are usually much lower than renewal costs with this particular registrar.
 

easyhostmedia

Well-known member
If you choose to go with GoDaddy make sure you read the renewal costs, upfront 1 year costs are usually much lower than renewal costs with this particular registrar.
you really don't know how it works, they will offer cheap 1st year to get you, but

1) disable auto-renew, then it won't renew at their high price.
2) make a note of 60 days after you registered the domain.
3) after 60 days, just transfer to a cheaper provider.

I still have my resellerclub account from when i hosted and still have some domain clients, but when i need a new domain i still look around for cheap 1-year deals.
many times i can pick up a .co.uk domain for 99p, then 60 days down the line i just transfer it to my resellerclub account
 

Nathanq

New member
you really don't know how it works, they will offer cheap 1st year to get you, but

1) disable auto-renew, then it won't renew at their high price.
2) make a note of 60 days after you registered the domain.
3) after 60 days, just transfer to a cheaper provider.

I still have my resellerclub account from when i hosted and still have some domain clients, but when i need a new domain i still look around for cheap 1-year deals.
many times i can pick up a .co.uk domain for 99p, then 60 days down the line i just transfer it to my resellerclub account
What I said. I would not go with Godaddy because of the high renewal prices.
 
Top