Choosing a Registrar for Your Blogs’ Domain Names
So, you’ve finally came up with a domain that you want for your blog after making several considerations. Now it’s time to buy and register that domain name. But where? There are a lot of domain name registrar companies where you can register your domain. A simple search on the internet could give you a good number of domain name registrars. However, finding a domain registrar is not that easy. There are some things that you need to consider when choosing a domain registrar.
Price is the first thing that a buyer looks at when purchasing something and the same goes for domains. Registering a new domain name will cost you around $6 to $10 per year depending on the registrar that you have chosen. Some domain name extensions, like .ph or dot ph domains, can cost you up to $35 per year.
Aside from the registration price, you should also consider the promotion codes and coupons of domain registrars. Some promo codes can reduce the price of new domain registrations, domain name renewals and every whois guard protection for up to 30%.
It is also important that you end up choosing a domain registrar that offers a user-friendly interface. This will allow you to easily manage your account and domains in it; saving you time and minimizing the risk of errors.
Personally, after taking all the possible considerations, I can recommend the following domain name registrars to you:
GoDaddy is the hottest domain name registrar in the internet today because of their sexy and attractive models that they use in marketing their products and services. In addition to that, they have a good number of promotion codes and coupons that offers huge discounts on your purchase. You can check the GoDaddy Promotion Codes and Coupons page to see the list of current promo codes that you can use in purchasing domains in GoDaddy.
Namecheap, in my opinion, offers the most user-friendly account management among the current registrars. Though registering a domain name with Namecheap is not as as cheap as the company’s name imply, I don’t mind paying a few extra dollars or the convenience it offers. For that reason, this is a better choice for starters in the internet industry. However, if you are looking to register in bulk or many domains, I don’t advice you to pick this registrar. Check out the Namecheap Promotion Codes and Coupons page to save on your next domain registration with Namecheap.
Domains are like valuable, hard earn money that you keep in a bank so like choosing a bank, carefully choose where to register and keep your domains. These two domain registrars are where I registered all my domains. Feel free to share or suggest other good domain name registrars that you’ve personally used and tell us why you chose that registrar above the others.