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Frontend Awesome! (Gainesville Front End Meetup) Message Board Discussion Forum › A good place for buying domain names?

A good place for buying domain names?

A former member
Post #: 2
Hello All,

I'm looking to purchase a domain name. There are many companies our there, but I'd like to go outside of the usual (GoDaddy).

Anyone have any suggestions for a good/reputable registrar?
Mike H.
mherchel
Group Organizer
Gainesville, FL
Post #: 19
I've used NameCheap.com before, and its worked out well
Matt S.
user 45827042
Gainesville, FL
Post #: 1
Namecheap is like GoDaddy without the evil. Still tries to upsell you at times, but I have a ton of domains there.

Hover is growing a lot. Folks like its simplicity a lot.

If you want a ton of power and no ads, and you're willing to pay a bit more for it, dnsimple.com is incredible. But you'll pay an extra couple bucks a year per domain for it.
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