ned verisign/networksolutions makes it nearly impossible to transfer your domains to a cheaper company.

The GoDaddy is very very cheap, I think $6 a year if you buy two years. All my domains are with GoDaddy, as are the ExaminerLA domains.

Posted by: Ken Layne at May 7, 2003 01:45 PM

I've heard many good words for GoDaddy as well. You should lock in for a longer period of time because there are better things to do with your time than domain registration. Do keep any paperwork arising from these transactions in a secure space though.

Posted by: Andy at May 7, 2003 03:16 PM

As I work for Go Daddy I've got to agree, use us, we rule. ;) If you want to drop me an e-mail and I'll have a customer service tech give you a call and he can help you transfer all your domains over to us.

Posted by: Brad at May 7, 2003 08:07 PM

Nice work, Brad! The early domain-registrar gets the worm. I'll talk it over with Ben, then give you a buzz. Thanks, everyone!

Posted by: Matt Welch at May 7, 2003 09:18 PM

Because they caved in to William Morris' attempts to shut down, I would personally stay away from NamesDirect and other Dotster companies. I used to use EnameCo, but since NameBargain is cheaper (9 or 10 bucks) I'd probably use them.

With any of the cheaper services, you probably won't get much in the way of customer service, but you probably don't need that.

Posted by: Lonewacko at May 8, 2003 06:15 PM

I'm late to the game here, but yes, GoDaddy's been my reg of choice for all my domains... they kick everyone else I've ever used in the tuchis.

Posted by: shannon at May 12, 2003 06:52 AM
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