Are you still paying through the nose for your new domains? If so, you can shave your costs by selecting some other quality registries who can do the same job for you, but for less.
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Are you still paying $25, $35, or more for a new domain name? If so, you are paying too much as domain name prices continue to drop. You can save money on new domain names; please read on to learn how you can find big savings.
Avoid the Big Registrars – The priciest domain names are sold through the legendary and established domain name registries. Many have been charging their customers $25 or more for years, but you don’t have to pay that much! They want you to think they are “it” when it comes to registering your domain names; quite frankly, they aren’t “it!”
Shop the Domain Specialists – Today, there are several well known companies charging just $10, $8, even $5 for new domain names. I cannot name the companies, but one noted provider has a popular Super Bowl ad to its credit.
Free, Via Your Web Host – A big “come on” for some web hosting providers is to offer a domain name free for one year to all new customers. Simply commit to hosting your site with them for one year and a domain name is included for free.
Of course, some sites will charge you more for a .com name vs. a .net or .biz account. Others will discount their prices even further if you commit to longer terms, lasting as long as ten years. Select the plan that works best for you.
So, quit paying too much for your domain names; you have a choice. Shop around today and save money for all of your sites.
Eli Logan is an award winning entrepreneur with more than 15 years of experience emphasizing sales, marketing, and innovation in the Energy, Engineering, Transportation, Motorsports and Face To Face Marketing Industries. Eli is highly innovative with excellent relationship building skills as evidenced by the successful formation and operation of 24 business units resulting in 16.4 Billion in economic impact for his clients.