Do you want to transfer your domain name to a different registrar, but aren’t quite sure where to start? Maybe you are initiating a domain transfer process to sell your unused domain. Maybe you need additional services that your current registrar does not provide. Maybe you are simply looking for a price break.
Regardless of your reasons, transferring your domain name to a new registrar is relatively easy and straightforward. We show you how.
September 11, 2011
Any domain name that reaches expired status and is not renewed by the owner will likely be auctioned by an exclusive auction service.
If you really want a domain name, find out which auction service the domain name will be auctioned at and get your bid ready.
June 19, 2011
Belief in conspiracy theories requires a healthy dose of paranoia, and domain name front running (DNFR) – the idea that domain name registrars like Go Daddy or Network Solutions are monitoring your domain name availability queries and registering anything you don’t immediately register yourself – sounds like a presumption of only the most suspicious and mistrustful. However, evidence suggests that DNFR does in fact occur. This article tells you how to avoid being taken advantage of.
April 3, 2011
How long does it take to transfer a domain name between registrars? That is what this article documents from a recent transfer from Yahoo Domains to Moniker. If you’re too busy to read the details, the answer is 5.5 days.
January 26, 2011
Almost every domain name registrar has an exclusive auction partner for selling expired domain names. Grab the domain name you want by putting in a bid or backorder at the correct auction house. Read the full article entitled, How to Grab an Expiring Domain Name. Domain Name Registrar Auction House Partner BigRock  Go Daddy […]
January 16, 2011
On December 27, 2010, Go Daddy (www.godaddy.com) sent out an informal notice announcing that they had registered their 45 millionth domain name. The actual day and time of number 45 million occurred on December 26, 2010, at 6:02 p.m. Mountain Standard Time. According to Bob Parson’s keynote address at the 2010 Go Daddy holiday party […]
December 27, 2010
Your domain name is your personal or professional identity on the Internet and contains your most important information – such as your website, store or contact information. There are a number of commonly practiced errors that may cause domains to be exploited, hijacked, expired or deleted from Internet world. Related Articles That May Interest You […]
December 21, 2010