Sunday, 13 October 2013

Popular, Best and Cheap Domain Names Registration Service Providers Comparison

Popular, Best and Cheap Domain Names Registration Service Providers Comparison

Registering a domain is very easy today. There are a lot of domain registrar which provide you the facility of registering and hosting your desired domain in very convenient way. Following is the comparison of popular and best online domain name registration service providers like GoDaddy, 1&1, Namecheap, Name, Gandi, Bluehost, Register.com, iWantMyName, HoverHove, DreamHost etc. These all popular domain name registration service providers claim that they provide cheap and best domains in the market. So, I will suggest you to try all of them and compare before purchasing, registering and hosting your desired domain name online.

1. GoDaddy

Go Daddy has built a customer base by offering cheap package deals (combining domain registration and web hosting) as well as frequent specials on domain registration. GoDaddy registrations include what amounts to a free mini-hosting plan. You get a five-page web site based on one of their templates, a photo album, blogging tools, and an email account with 1GB of storage. Although Go Daddy doesn't offer free private registration, if you register five or more domains, it's free for all of them. 

2. 1&1

All 1&1 domain registrations include a simple five-page starter website (consider it a "super" domain parking package), an email account with 2GB of storage, and free private domain registration to shield your personal information. 1&1 also offers free domain transfer. 

3. Namecheap

Domain registration at Namecheap is economical, as their name implies, but Namecheap hasn't built a name for itself just by offering the absolute cheapest deals in town. Namecheap's reputation rests on fantastic customer service and value-added packages. You get solid customer service, free email and URL forwarding, free and customizable domain parking, free domain transfers, dynamic DNS services if you want to redirect a domain to your home server, and more. 

4. Name

Name.com goes beyond simple domain name searches and offers alternative suggestions including domain names that are currently held but up for auction. While the majority of us are looking to register domains cheaply and quickly, it's good to know that the domain other services would simply flag as "Unavailable" is actually up for auction. Name.com also has a service called Domain Grabber. If you really want a domain but it's unavailable, you can pay Name.com (typically between $20-50) to pounce on the domain should it become available.

5. Gandi

Gandi's mission as a registrar and host is to offer clean, simple, no bullshit service. Every registration includes two free SiteMaker pages, one free DotClear2 blog, private domain registration, a free 1-year SSL certificate, and a personal email. If you manage a large number of domains, Gandi also offers a user-friendly dashboard with tag-based organization and search. 

6. BlueHost

Founded in 1996, Bluehost is one of the most well respected domain hosting services in the industry. They provide everything you need to register and host your domain, and they offer noteworthy extras to assist with site creation and maintenance. Additionally, Bluehost is best known for their outstanding customer service, which includes 24/7 phone support. Whether you’re looking for domain service basics or a domain hosting company that provides a boatload of extras, Bluehost stands as one of the best domain hosting services available. 

7. Register.com

Register.com began strictly as a provider of domain hosting services only, but in recent years, the company has expanded its offerings to include additional website-related services such as website design and creation services and website hosting. Lauded for its quality domains, Register.com is recommended for personal and small businesses only, as the services, are great, are not large enough for bigger sites. 

Register.com specializes in registering domains, making it the best place to go if you’re looking to register a specialized domain. It offers premium.com domains as well as every extension under the sun, including the increasingly popular.co domain (short for company), with many site names still available. The company also provides bulk domain registration, domain transfers and website forwarding, which lets you point a domain name to an existing site.

8. iWantMyName

IWMN takes a super minimalist approach when it comes to their domain name registrar services. The company made a point to cut down on clutter and make registering a domain as painless as possible. Upon arrival at the site, you’ll find a mostly white page with very few buttons and links — but they’re the important ones. IWMN also makes it easy to add various web services to your domain at the point of registration. 

9. HoverHove

Hover is another clean and simple registration site that I like for it’s top-notch domain management tools. In addition to a great control panel, each domain you buy comes with unlimited domain forwarding and free private domain registration to keep your personal info hidden. Email accounts are available for an additional fee. 

10. DreamHost

DreamHost is built on the ‘stack it high, sell it cheap’ philosophy. By using their own control panel, they retain a certain amount of control over what customers can do with their domains. In addition, by offering extremely limited support options, the company don’t expose themselves to high after-sales costs, helping them achieve more competitive pricing.

If you want an easy, low-cost way to get a few websites online, DreamHost provides most of the features you’ll need for a good price, particularly on their shared hosting plan. If you don’t get along with their control panel, you can simply cancel the contract within that 97-day period and get your money back.

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