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What is a good domain name register

cgclausen

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I'm looking to register a domain name, but I am unsure where to turn. I know that prices vary greatly, so what is one with good service, but is realatively cheap. I don't need the cheapest, not extreamly expensive either.
Thanks for any help,

cgclausen
 

Russ

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<< I don't need the cheapest, not extreamly expensive either. >>



None of them are &quot;extremely expensive&quot;. None are even &quot;expensive&quot;.

Russ, NCNE
 

cgclausen

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I was using expensive as a relative term. By expensive I mean in the higher price range of domain name registers. Sorry for not stating that earlier
 

spinkick

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http://www.directnic.com <--The cheapest, most reliable, fastest domain name registration service. Unlike most domain name registration services, Directnic updates their databases as soon as you request it. It's automatic... no unecessary replying to emails and crud. $15 a year! I registered a domain name with DirectNic and the name was working within several minutes... awesome.
 

perry

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I use DomainNameSystems to register all of my domains. AWESOME customer service. Second to done. I know people that register tons of domains and use em. I've always gotten prompt answers to questions I've asked about various things.

$15/year, and painless transfers from NSI.
 

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