We feel that GoDaddy.com is
the BEST domain name registrar to use.
Their prices are probably
the best in the industry and without question their customer
support is incredible. Rarely do you have customer support
that is so quick and efficient.
My only beef with them has
been when buying one of the programs they offer as you're
checking out (so many!). If you get something you don't like,
you're basically stuck with it. I bought a program and wanted
to "return" it about 12 hours later and was told too
bad. However I called back the next day and got a different
person and was told "no problem" and got my
So don't give up on the
first try. Also, speaking to that person's superior often gets
results. A little intimidation like asking, "Don't you
have the authority to make a refund; or is that over your
head? I thought you were higher up than that." Works
wonders! People like to show their power or position. This
works for virtually all companies.
Their monitoring and
backordering service is almost useless. I have only gotten one
domain backordered through them - ever. Even one that was
hosted and registered by them went to someone else.
We charge just $7.77 to
monitor an UNLIMITED number of domain names while GoDaddy charges $18.95
for EACH name.
I like SnapNames myself for
backordering domain names.
They seem to have an edge. The minimum cost for a domain name
that they secure is $60 if no one else makes a bid for it. If
more people want it, it goes to auction. But they are able to
grab a LOT of
I search and monitor on this
site - 1expired.com. In fact I found a great domain name for promoting Dish
Network on the first day I used it and then I bought it for $8.95 on GoDaddy.
It is www.4dishnetwork.com.
It couldn't get much better than that!
In fact I liked 1expired.com
so much, I bought the company! Just like the Remington