I've bought domains from Godaddy, but seriously you need to research them first. Using something like Freshdrop.net is going to help you analyze the domain auctions--and then find the domains you really need.
Freshdrop and Godaddy can give you nasty surprises with good looking but bad history domains... Even if a smart domain would check everything, loopholes may kick you off.
Just a quick tip on when buying domains: make sure that you do not search for domain names on GoDaddy before you buy them because they have frontrun me before on a name that wasn't available before, but I took too long to purchase. Try using whois to search for domain names.
If it's a new company then good luck to them but for domain names I'll stick to more established businesses, it's safer long term imho.
Sam’s Whois � phpAce. All you need is a spare page on a hosted site, it's easy enough to do. I've been "pipped at the post" trying to register a domain before, it's very annoying and there's nothing that can be done about it. You snooze you lose.
If I can't be a good example, I'll just have to be a terrible warning...
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a - Has nothing to do with topic.
b - This is a "third party" endorsement of his own site.
Last edited by robjones; 13 June, 2012 at 17:26 PM.
This is a forum populated primarily by web professionals.Originally Posted by webaparna
How many of those do you think don't recognize that you just did a "third party endorsement" of your own site?
Please... use your brain, and thank God we dont have a rep system.
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