I'm looking to consolidate all my domains (6) at an registrar to make managing easier.
I'm looking for a registrant that has a user friendly interface, trusthworthy, feature rich (DNS management would be preferred), and one that is not BLOATED (like godaddy-- makes me puke lol).
Price, well around 10$/year seems fair to me (I understand that godaddy has to be so bloated because they need to sell ad-on services to actually make money).
Current i'm with: dotster (solid and trustworthy, good interface, cost 15$ though and have to pay additional for DNS), enom (a 30$/year account lmao, I want to move away from this), 007names.com (crappy looking website, I dont trust them much :/), godaddy (feature rich, but to cheap and thus bloated with add-on options/ads).
How is the namecheap interface? (just one I'm looking at)
An Enom Reseller account will give you what you need. You can find an $8.95 account for no cost just about anywhere. Many people also offer $7.95 Enom Reseller accounts from $15-25 -- occasionally less.
You also could try RegisterFly, NameCheap, or one of the GoDaddy (WildWest) resellers.
Originally posted by beowulfdk I'll make my decision on namecheap versus enom reseller account in private :-)
NameCheap IS just another eNom reseller.
And with just 6 (six) domains, I honestly don't think you need a reseller account yourself. Go with ANY ICANN-accredited registrar and you'll be fine.
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