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vanel says

Hi guys, just a fast question

What’s the best place to register a new .com domain?

Sorry if my English is not the best :(

Thanks ;)

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Aether-Themes says

I guess that depends on where you plan to host the domain? Or you are looking for a solution for both?

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vanel says

I guess that depends on where you plan to host the domain? Or you are looking for a solution for both?

just the domain for the moment :)

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Aether-Themes says

I think that godaddy have cheap domain registrations, I would go for that.

PS. Don’t get hosting with godaddy later on. Ever. :)

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themeflame says

Go with namecheap.

It takes you less than one minute to buy a new domain if you already have a profile. They’re super safe. They also offer a free 1-year free Privacy Protection. (Kind of an Anti-WHOIS)

GoDaddy has an amazing, artistic way of saying “no” to you if you’re from over-seas. Ofcourse, you could be just be fine with GoDaddy, but I’ve learned my lesson and many did.

All the best.

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wiseguys says

I think that godaddy have cheap domain registrations, I would go for that. PS. Don’t get hosting with godaddy later on. Ever. :)

+1 GoDaddy seriously sucks. I use DreamHost and I’m happy with them.

- Chris

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budslater says

Go with namecheap…

Yep, been excellent for me for many years.

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cbtblogger says

Godaddy Is best, Use coupon codes… If you need to buy domain use this coupon – FBTGT9 (0.99 For One Year)

:)

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djwd says

I’d go with namecheap too, never had an issue with them.

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vanel says

I read a lot of bad things about godaddy so i guess namecheap is the best option, and that free privacy protection is a plus ;)

What you guys think about hostgator or dreamhost for hosting?

Thanks to all for your replies :)

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