As far as my previous experience is concerned, I would vote for https://domainia.com/register as the best one in terms of domain name registrar. I have registered domain names for the website of my clients from several places. But the service and the ease that I got from this place is way better than the others. Yes, indeed you will find differences in the offered price range for the same domain at different places, so pick your registrar wisely after comparing all the aspects.
GoDaddy and Hostgator provides excellent webhosting services and you can buy a domain name from their website itself.
GoDaddy is not the way to go, ask your web developer friends. In S.A. Hetzner Hosting is the way to go!
I use GoDaddy and they offer Value Added services and an easy interace.
I prefer to keep domain names separate from the hosting company that will house the website. It makes it much easier, if you ever have to switch hosts. I would suggest using GoDaddy for the domain name. They have good prices, and their control panel allows you to easily manage any names you have with them. I would then choose a hosting company such as HostGator, Web.com, Bluehost, etc., based on the site you need to build and the features you'll need from the hosting company. I hope this helps.
I have found GoDaddy for domain names and HostGator for hosting is a good combination for WordPress sites. I do not recommend buying multiple domain names. The exception might be a large company protecting a copyright.
GoDaddy! Of course if you want to buy just the domain name (www.example.com) you could buy it anywhere, because there is a minor price difference everywhere. But you never stop at only the domain, do you? (Unless you are in the business of buying domains that are likely to be in demand in the future) You always need an ecosystem to go with it. I recommend GoDaddy because of the ecosystem they provide and the customer friendliness of their service.
A Hosting provider offer free domain registration when you host your web site with them.
I've used Go Daddy and they are very helpful. They linked my new domain names to the existing website.
Many people have answered "Go Daddy" They have certainly had more success with that company than I... maybe their tech support has improved over the last two years.
I still recommend Network Solutions. In the last year, they have become much more price competitive and often run specials that will match any price.
One question for the SEO guys: does it still help your Google rankings to lock up a domain name for over 5 years?
I recommend go daddy. there is always coupons so never pay full price. i have had then for 4 years and love them.
Hostgator is every good, because their hosting is very good. Where you buy it can determine where it is hosted as you can't jump to another hoster immediately.
I always recommend GoDaddy to my clients for purchasing domains. They're reliable and affordable, and have a user friendly domain management tool. A couple of recommendations when purchasing a domain:
- If purchasing through GoDaddy, search online for GoDaddy coupons to save a few bucks.
- Don't fall for the 'cheap' domain sale ads (i.e. 99/cent domains). The cheap price is only for a year, and then they charge you 3X more annually for renewals.
- If using a third party to purchase the domain (i.e. a web contractor/developer), make sure it's your name that the domain is registered to, otherwise you may become hostage to the third party should you part ways.
Lastly, there's no need to purchase the web hosting services along with your domain until you know exactly what type of website you want to build. There will be a lot of questions to answer regarding web hosting from your website developer regarding server compatibility, and there's no need to pay for web hosting services until you're ready to either start web development or launch.
Hope this info helps!
I use UK2 for buying Domains,But it really depend if you are going to flip domains, or build up stock or just start up websites. if taking a dot com for a good domain also consider others ie: dot net,dot info as it help keep competitors away
There are many website where you can buy domani, the best for services and price are aruba and register in italy.
as other have mentioned, and as i myself use them, i would recommend using GoDaddy. their domain management tools and support responsiveness are great.
you can also purchase ssl and hosting with them. although for that you have cheapssl.com which are better.