Can some one have a idea which is better with a reseelers account with Enom. a Regisry-Rocket account or the new PDQ account.
They have so many options and things that you can do sell and etc, it gets very confessing.
I've used enom and generally, once you implement one of their programs you'll ask yourself "Why didn't I do this sooner?".
Usually it turns out easier than you thought. But you do have to take some time to get started and read through their site, because there is a lot of functionality. If you need help, feel free to write me. I have a lot of experience with them.
Originally posted by hoster I have a resellers account thru some one and they are telling me with a PDQ account you can't put your own nameservers in they have be put in manually. He said will change in Sept. 2002
I believe that to be true. I just went to our PDQ site and there is no place to register name servers. OTOH, I just logged into the main eNom site and you can register a DNS server under the "Domain Names" menu option.
Personally I like PDQ over Registry Rocket. PDQ creates a retail account for each of your customers. That lets you manage all your domains from a single login. You can also make global changes across all domains.
Feel free to IM/PM me if you need more info about RR vs. PDQ.
I'd agree, mostly due to the account. Keeps everything orderly. With regrocket, all domains end up in your account, which just makes things a bit messier, and customers log in to each domain, not into an account with all domains. PDQ is great for quick and easy. Looks ok. Not many options.