[lug] Need Advice on Domain Registration Services
sekerg at comcast.net
Fri Jul 22 10:32:02 MDT 2005
GoDaddy has worked great for me.
If you want to try a reseller, www.zekernet.com has worked for me.
Setup an account and send info at zekernet.com an E-mail asking for reduced
pricing (need account name) as a Linux user group member ... they'll give
reduced pricing... I think that is $7.42 per year.
-- AND you get a 2nd yr free on a transfer
-- drops to 3.99 a yr with any other non Domain name product you purchase.
I was able to get:
2yr Domin Name registration (1yr private ... by proxy .. additional cost)
1yr Economy hosting (/w php; 500MB, 100 emails, 1 MySQL DB, 25GB xfer
Can anyone get a website served up for a year, with private domain reg under
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Schroeder" <jeff at neobox.net>
To: "Boulder (Colorado) Linux Users Group -- General Mailing List"
<lug at lug.boulder.co.us>
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 11:31 AM
Subject: Re: [lug] Need Advice on Domain Registration Services
> Bill asked:
>> If I pay
>> Network Solutions $95 to renew my domain registration, do I get that
>> much more in security, services, etc. than if I go with GoDaddy, who
>> wants only about $9?
> I agree that NetSol is waaaaay overpriced, and can be a hassle to deal
> with at times. I used to use them for all my domains, but have since
> switched everything away from them.
> My experience with GoDaddy has been pretty negative. I used them for a
> few domains and SSL certs but was unimpressed with their customer
> service, *very* unimpressed with their web tools and interface, and
> generally felt like they proved once again that "you get what you pay
> As always, YMMV.
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