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Where do you buy domains?

CodeMaster

CodeMaster

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I've registered with Namecheap, Direct Register, Freenom. They all have given me no problems and they are very cheap for domain registration.
 
Hanaseru

Hanaseru

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#42
I get them thugh my host. It's 10$ a year for a .com with private whois registration
 
Dr. J

Dr. J

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I'm an old soul, so it still sounds kinda silly (to me) to "buy" domain-names.

But in a world where 'possession is most of the law' (i.e. where a simple 'agreement by most not to take domain-names that someone else is already using' won't protect the few who don't agree),you "need" to pay people to 'reserve your domain-name' (recording that you had it first & defending your exclusive rights to it should someone else try to claim it.)

(I obviously don't "own" a domain-name ... but there may be one-or-two which only I use and which everyone else stays away from ;-) )
 
stiflex

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Definitely namecheap, they had their huge promotion deal. If you tweet about it, you'll get a domain for 1.99$, for an entire year.

Though I'd recommend godaddy if no huge sales are on. :)
 
RjMaan

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First of all, i try to have an attractive domain name. For this purpose i think about it or use an Domain Name Checker after that I use to register my domain from GoDaddy. I have no problem working with GoDaddy.
 
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