| 12:18 am on Sep 14, 2010 (gmt 0)|
|Google can buy godaddy and with it they will get instant access to the whois info that is currently hidden under the privacy protection service. |
Doesn't Google already have the ability to see private info being a registrar themselves or do they need to buy Godaddy to see those domains?
| 2:41 am on Sep 14, 2010 (gmt 0)|
lol. Don't even raise that spectre. Can you imagine if Google bought that and had access to all the private whois?
| 4:56 am on Sep 14, 2010 (gmt 0)|
|they hate Go Daddy. From all big players Go Daddy has the best value in that industry not only as domain registrar but web hosting provider as well! |
No... that's what they want you to believe. I was a GoDaddy user on the belief they were the cheapest. How wrong I was....
I am surprised people still use GoDaddy, there are other alternatives that are up to 30% cheaper. FYI GoDaddy charges a FORTUNE for whoisprivacy, you can get that for free or $1-3/year at other registrars. I now use namec****. ;)
| 8:31 pm on Sep 14, 2010 (gmt 0)|
All i can say is that I hope a reputable company buys them. They're nothing but a bunch of site scraping thieves. I've busted them so many times scraping content from our site to serve up their domain pages, it makes me sick.
| 12:00 pm on Sep 16, 2010 (gmt 0)|
This GoDaddy coupon discounts often come out hope it is not through increased value of His company for sale.
| 9:20 am on Sep 18, 2010 (gmt 0)|
I quite like simplynames, they give you quite a bit of direct control including DNS, and support has always been pretty good. The only downside is their renew prices are a little more expensive than most. But you can haggle them to a much better price.
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