I know a lot of people like godaddy.com. Fatcow.com is a decent place too but you gotta beware of them advertising one price and charging something different. Always read the fine print!
we've been on the web since 1992 and I've bought a lot of domain names. I have used namesdirect.com and domainnames.com and networksolutions - all of which have been good in terms of automatic billing, etc. Sometimes I receive a renewal notice way too early, but that's fine. The one company that is advertising a great deal now and that I will never buy another name from is 1&1. This company used to be in the UK or somewhere and it was difficult to get good customer service. That has improved a bit. However, their system of registering is terrible. You are assigned a contract number and if you can't remember the number and buy a new domain name, you get ANOTHER contract number. It's very hard to keep track of all your domain names with this system. But by far the VERY worst part of 1&1, is that they are very quick to report you to a credit bureau! I've never seen anything like it. I had lost a credit card that I cancelled because it was lost and because I was registered under several "contracts," I didn't realize I was late until I received a notice in the mail from a bureau. It cost quite a bit to clear that up.
First of all you should check if the domain name provider is reliable registrars and also check if they provide best domain registration services. I had registered my domain at http://www.whoisxy.com/ a few years back and work good for me. This site is offering us the free private registration where our personal information are hided from others.
You may want to visit this site too! http://www.premiumdomains.center/
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