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  1. Hey Stephan,

    I have registered domain names with GoDaddy and NameCheap for several years now. With GoDaddy, they offer a low intro price but the price goes up as much as 5x after your first year. Not a fan of that. Like you, I have been using NameCheap for several years and been very happy with them. Just so you know, they offer free privacy protection but only for the first year.

    I have also hosted my websites with Wealthy Affiliate for several years now and been very happy with them. They are top notch and offer a tremendous amount of value, even for experienced internet marketers. While I haven’t actually registered a domain name with Wealthy Affiliate yet, I plan on checking them out. Do you know if they have any transfer fees?


    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Hi Garen, thanks for your comment. As far as I know, WA has no transfer fees. Since you’re already a WA member, definitely give the Site Domains feature a try!

  2. Hi Stephan. I enjoyed reading your article.

    I’ve been looking for a place to register domains for a while now. Years ago I dabbled with GoDaddy but like you said, I wasn’t that impressed with their service. And yes, I agree GoDaddy needs to chill on the upsells! If it was enough to get me to leave, I wonder how many other people abandoned them for the same reason.

    So I’m looking to get back into the game. I stumbled across WA before and heard nothing but good things, quite literally. In fact, it’s almost impossible to find a negative review and I’ve looked!

    I think I’ll look further into WA based your recommendation. Cheers.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Great, thanks Ed. If you have any questions, just fire away. Best…

  3. Jason Wisely says:

    Hi. I’ve definitely run into my share of bad domain companies over the years. One of the things you might want to add to your list of things to look out for is the renewal cost of domains. I’ve registered domains before at what seemed like a good price, only to have the company charge me $40+ to renew the domain. And by the time I found out, I was told I had to renew the domain before they’d even transfer it!!! Talk about bad business practices.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Good point Jason, thanks for raising this important issue!

  4. joshua collins says:

    I am currently using a domain bought at Wealthy Affiliate. I started out using the free domain given to me when I first signed up and then went and bought one for 15 dollars which wasn’t too bad.

    In my opinion, Wealthy Affiliate is the best place to purchase a domain because it’s simple and easy! What do you think?

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Yup, couldn’t agree more Joshua!

  5. Jamie Clay says:

    I purchased my domains from GoDaddy! If I would have known about Wealthy Affiliate as a place to registrar my domain names, I would have started here. Unfortunately, I’ve already purchased them. However, no other domain registrar offers what Wealthy Affiliate offers. There is so much more value in purchasing through Wealthy Affiliate. The fact that SSL certificates are included is priceless. There is so much value in Wealthy Affiliate, it’s hard to pass it up. Good review!

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks Jamie!

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