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  1. #1
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    Namecheap, namestrong or registerfly?

    They all seem to have excellent enom reseller features.

    Which one is the best? Namestrong seems interesting...

  2. #2
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    just registered a domain with namestrong. loved their interface. everything is easy and their domain manager rocks!

    cheers.
    I am still learning

    www.clicknsee.com

  3. #3
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    Reseller or not

    Just curious: why an eNom reseller when an ICANN-accredited registrar like GoDaddy is charging more or less the same price
    Co-Founder @HostHideout. Profoundly influenced by #Bauhaus, @Nameslave unrepentantly embraces #Minimalism with a bias for functionality, color theory and pixel precision: a #multimedia messenger in the McLuhan sense. His totally irrelevant M.Ed. dissertation examines Organizational Culture and Change Management. He also likes Patrik Ervell, Wong Kar-wai and IKEA.

  4. #4
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    From what I can see, Go Daddy does not provide anywhere as near as many inlcuded features for the same price with registerfly, namestrong, namecheap etc.

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    I'm with namecheap, and am very happy with them so far, but perhaps I won't hesitate to try out namestrong in the near future.

  6. #6
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    The only thing I dont understand about namestrong is, do they really think a 1 cenc price difference between them and namecheap will get them more customers.

    $8.87 is a strange price to market your domain names at...

  7. #7
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    such as ...

    >blob2: From what I can see, Go Daddy does not provide anywhere as near as many inlcuded features for the same price with registerfly, namestrong, namecheap etc.

    such as ...
    Co-Founder @HostHideout. Profoundly influenced by #Bauhaus, @Nameslave unrepentantly embraces #Minimalism with a bias for functionality, color theory and pixel precision: a #multimedia messenger in the McLuhan sense. His totally irrelevant M.Ed. dissertation examines Organizational Culture and Change Management. He also likes Patrik Ervell, Wong Kar-wai and IKEA.

  8. #8
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    With Go Daddy you have to pay extra on top of your domain for URL masking and email forwarding packs of 5.

    Also, I beleive their DNS managment of the zone files are not as advanced as any enom reseller. As with namecheap you can modify seperate records like cname/mx/a etc...

    However as seen as I dont own domains at godaddy, correct me if I'm wrong but the enom resellers I mentioned offers more features and better prices.

  9. #9
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    Registrars? As long as you stay away from NetSol and Register.com you are OK (Mostly)

  10. #10
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    Agree

    Couldn't agree more. I am sick and tired of those registrars which charge exceptionally high prices and yet provide the worst services in the industry.
    Co-Founder @HostHideout. Profoundly influenced by #Bauhaus, @Nameslave unrepentantly embraces #Minimalism with a bias for functionality, color theory and pixel precision: a #multimedia messenger in the McLuhan sense. His totally irrelevant M.Ed. dissertation examines Organizational Culture and Change Management. He also likes Patrik Ervell, Wong Kar-wai and IKEA.

  11. #11
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    Originally posted by xharine
    I'm with namecheap, and am very happy with them so far, but perhaps I won't hesitate to try out namestrong in the near future.
    i am not attracted by the one cent different. i am more attracted to their features. however, when compared, it's more or less the same with namecheap. their web design make me feel more comfortable with namestrong and therefore i signed up. i would i am happy with it - so far so good
    I am still learning

    www.clicknsee.com

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    I have used namecheap.com for dozens of domains. Service is pretty good and straight forward. Control Panel too is good. However I have not yet tried namestrong.

    Nothing bad to say about Namecheap

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