Friday, 29 July 2011

Domains

I am learning html and other languages and am trying to find a good place to get domains, yahoo and other big companies that supply I just don't understand how they make business. You can near on beat there prices down to 1/3 just by searching cheap domain names. Any one have any suggestions?

26 comments:

  1. Smaller domains are pretty much always the way to go tbh

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  2. i agree with the dude above

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  3. *nods in agreement with the others*

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  4. You should also delete all the other blogs on here. It took me some time until I found the one with posts in it ;)

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  5. neon, it kept tellin me invalid but was actually making blogs ill get on that now :P

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  6. WEll yahoo is a good one but it probably is a better option to go on cheap ones, Though I will either prefer the overrated go daddy haha or the cheap popular yahoo.

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  7. Don't know myself, but i'll be looking into it soon. Like Neon said, please delete your sub-blogs to make it just this one so it's easier to find, Thanks.

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  8. Yeah pretty much agreed with Callum xD

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  9. @undeclared, i done so now. it was an error with blogger when i started

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  10. get as cheap a domain name as you can find. but if you change host, make sure you select a respectable one, even if its a bit more expensive.

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  11. If you just need a domain 1&1 is the way.

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  12. I don't understand much about that but, supported!

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  13. Would never use yahoo, and yes 1and1.com seem good.

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  14. Would like to know more about this myself

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  15. Try using a site like co.cc? They give you free subdomains for use, and you can run an HTML server off of them

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  16. small is best starting off is about all i know GOOD LUCK!

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  17. If you're just learning html and such, just set up a developers server on your own computer.

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  18. I'm not sure, but I remember a .tk place somewhere...

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  19. I can't remember the exact name, but there was a website that let you start a free site or something. I'll get back to you if I remember it

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  20. After looking at 1and1, I think that MAY be a good solution...But more research is in order!

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  21. I have the same problem, please help!

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