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Your favorite registrar to register New gTLDs

Located in gTLD Discussion, started by INamewiz, Feb 26, 2016

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  1. INamewiz

    INamewiz Established Member

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    Hey All,

    With so many discussions about new gTLDs at NP, let's spare some attention to Registrars too!

    Just wondered, which is your favorite registrar? I mean, for new G's only, put dotcom or others aside.

    I prefer Namecheap, ResellerClub, Epik and DD24. :laugh:
     
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  2. brandnow

    brandnow Selling hotcakes VIP

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    Which ever is cheapest and has free privacy protection.
     
  3. Kostas

    Kostas Established Member

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    Uniregistry for premium priced ngtld domains. They have the lowest prices compared to other popular registrars and the best UI.
    *Namesilo also seems to have good prices but I've never used them.

    Godaddy for non-premium priced domains. With DDC about the same prices as Uniregistry but far larger end-user recognition which can make a sale easier, although I never had a problem convincing a buyer to open a uniregistry account so that I can push the domain.

    I also have many domains at name.com but I'll be transferring them out to uniregistry and godaddy according to their renewals as mentioned above. Name.com has a good UI, it's fast and easy to manage your domains but due to higher prices (than uniregistry) and smaller end-user reach (than godaddy), the combination of godaddy and uniregistry is perfect for me. For people that absolutely want all domains in one registrar, name.com is a very good option.
     
  4. affable

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    I prefer Namecheap for many reasons for these. They have awesome support and lots of great specials for reg's, two big pluses in my book! ;)
     
  5. JayT

    JayT Restricted (85-100%)

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    Really depends what kind of domains you are registering! sometimes if you want a lot at once, godaddy is the best. Usually registrar that has good deals on gtld doesn't have the good deals on cctld, so you need to have a few.
     
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2016
  6. INamewiz

    INamewiz Established Member

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    Hand shake.

    If registrar service is not bad, price can be a first concern, especially for bulk reg. I don't really care much about whois privacy.
     
  7. saintbgbg

    saintbgbg Established Member

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    I register a .com for $7.90 at my register
     
  8. INamewiz

    INamewiz Established Member

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    I even like their name :)
     
  9. INamewiz

    INamewiz Established Member

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    Agree, that's the reason to sparse domain portfolio on different platforms.

    Take me for example:
    .top on Namecheap, Epik.com and Pananames.com
    .win on ResellerClub
    .bio and .xyz on DD24
     
  10. INamewiz

    INamewiz Established Member

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    I've noticed that registrars like 1&1 and Instra etc also begin to sell new G's at $1 cheap price.It was not their style.

    Era for Cheap comes...
     
  11. viento

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    namecheap is very good ,the price is low
    the same domain ,the godday is higher than namecheap
    but in China,the west.cn is very good ,the price is cheaper than namecheap
     
  12. namerav

    namerav Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Godaddy, Namecheap, Domain, Namesilo..etc
     
  13. bytedo

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    I wouldnt recommend 1&1 as a registrar. Not for cheap ngtlds or any tlds for that matter. Namecheap are good and they have sales every other time, same for Go Daddy. As we speak Namecheap has a host of ngtlds for 88c.
     
  14. vanderford

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    I'm another one for Namecheap, have a lot of domains there and I've never had an issue. I also use GoDaddy, namesilo, and moniker (they have a good bulk search).
     
  15. nipper1924

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    I tend to check domcomp.com to compare costs. There seems to be a lot of variability in reg fees for the new gtlds.
     
  16. Fancy.domains

    Fancy.domains Selling gTLDs like delicious hotcakes VIP Gold Account

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    GoDaddy have low prices with their Discount Domain Club. I save some money with that. I also like that you can add your domains instantly to their market places (Premium Listings and GoDaddy Auctions).

    Dynadot, Namesilo, Uniregistry (lowest premium domain prices) and Namecheap are ok too.
     
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2016

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