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I've been using bulkregister.com. They are good but I am curious about what other companies are offering. The two things that matter to me are:
1 Ease of buying and modifying domain registrations.
Like they would be anything else. ;)
Prices are competitive without a time frame on usage like some registrars.
Easy to bulk buy domains under any profile.
A few member perks like available domains sent every-so-often.
An option for a reseller api (not worth it).
Cancel a domain reg within 72 hours - no charge.
The Web based interface is rather goofy and complex (aren't they all?).
The interface doesn't always act the way other registrars work given the same function name.
Updating domains isn't difficult, but is "goofy" (4forms you have to press the right confusing button on each - it's like 3card monte).
It's the Sam'sClub of registrars (bulk prices, and nothing pretty).
How's that compare to bulkregister? I'm just about out of domain years on account and looking for new options. A better interface is first on the list.
I'm checking out dotregistrar.com. Brett, you are right - that is an ugly interface. It probably would be worth it to save the cash. As long as they get the job done that is what really matters.
They charge aroun 11 Euro, around $10, and are quick to handle your requests.
You need to register the first time but then itīs quite intuitive to use.
I use www.mydomain.com for parking them for free, anyone have any more tips for free parking?