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    New Registrar: Looking At Godaddy And Enom

    I know this type of question gets asked to death on here...but I'm really having trouble on this one. I've had enough of my old registrar and I'm looking for a new one. I have about 10 domains and while I know that enom and godaddy are in different spaces I'm trying to work out who to go with. I have looked around and I really want a registrar that I'm going to be happy with, one that I know my domains are safe with, aren't to much of a pain in the but allround and arenít going to cost me an arm and a leg (while not necessarily being the cheapest). I know that RessellerClub seem to be popular around here but the just don't seem right for me.

    So please guys and gals help me out, tell me who you think I should go with and why.

    Thanks for you help...Appreciated!

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    For 10 domains, you should NOT be looking at wholesale providers like eNom or Reseller Club.
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    Been with GoDaddy for a while.. for domains, I think they are pretty good. (Just don't depend on their backordering service).. but other stuff with domain they are good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nameslave View Post
    For 10 domains, you should NOT be looking at wholesale providers like eNom or Reseller Club.

    Agreed, go with Godaddy.com. Unless you have a big bulk you won't be saving that much.

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    you can see list of reseller centric registrar at:

    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/wiki/D...ller_Registrar

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    I recommend name.com but out of the 2 you listed it would be Enom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donbiz View Post
    out of the 2 you listed it would be Enom.
    i didn't get you on above

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashok854 View Post
    i didn't get you on above
    Was referring to his title mentioning he had been looking at Godaddy and Enom so I was just saying out of those 2 I think Enom would be the best choice. Also, I personally prefer Name.com so that is why I through that in there lol.
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    Enom prices are better and it includes many more services for free.
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    Go with GoDaddy. You also get free hosting and email with those names.

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    I have all my domains with GoDaddy and have used them without issue for years.

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    Having registered my first domain on feb, 1996 my choice now is NameCheap. Fair prices, friendly support and a well done control panel.

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