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    J&J
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    As the webmaster/web designer, I'm using www.godaddy.com for both domain name & hosting on business websites. They're not too pricey, you get domain emails to match, and in the years I've used them - the websites have yet to go down or disappear.

    Also, you won't really need a counter because they have a section just for you - so you can see how many hits, which keywords were used to find your site, which URLs your visitors came from, which pages were most accessed, etc. It's a very detailed report.

    I've used Network Solutions / VeriSign before and they cost more, gave less (functionality/benefits/tech support,etc), and does not have a user-friendly approach or web interface.
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    Senior Member blackbird's Avatar
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    I really like godaddy.com also. I do not host with them, but they're definitely one of the cheapest ways to get a domain registered.

    Netsol/VeriSign is way overpriced for what they give you and their quality is so low, it's beyond belief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird
    I really like godaddy.com also. I do not host with them, but they're definitely one of the cheapest ways to get a domain registered.

    Netsol/VeriSign is way overpriced for what they give you and their quality is so low, it's beyond belief.
    Does anyone know how many domains you can host with godaddy? Because I am looking for a new host, and I want to host my site and a friends bands site so I will need more than 1 domain per person.

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    Junior Member Oreb's Avatar
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    I have seven domains registered with goDaddy and highly recommend them for that. I tried their hosting (admittedly the bargain plan) and didn't like it at all. It wouldn't accept my scripts and I had a hard time generally accessing features. YMMV especially with the more complete plans. I switched that domain to where all my others are, i.e. Digital Space. They're a really good service albeit below the radar for most host comparisons.


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