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Where should I set up a domain name?

  1. Sheepsquatch profile image63
    Sheepsquatchposted 5 years ago

    Where should I set up a domain name?

    I need to setup a domain for an online store. I expect it to be low traffic, and I need an email. Every site I have tried wants to charge monthly fees for extra stuff I don't need. Is there a good register where I can get domain an email for less than twenty per year? Please only answer if you have been through the process or know for sure.

  2. DreamerMeg profile image89
    DreamerMegposted 5 years ago

    I have purchased many domains. Domain registrars may try to sell you hosting, etc along with a domain name but you don't have to take it.

    There are two kinds of emails you can have. One is just where people write to and it gets forwarded to any email address you choose. This is the cheapest. The problem is that you cannot use that as an email address to write out to people. So although you can tell people to write to you at and their email will be forwarded to your yahoo or hotmail or gmail account, etc, you cannot write back to them with that email name.

    For that, you need hosting. If you already have an online store - then you already have hosting. Hosting is your website's physical presence on the web. The domain name is its postal address. Think of your hosting as a warehouse, that stores all your web info. Your domain name is then the postal address that allows the postman to find your particular warehouse among many others.

    As you already have hosting, you should be able to set up an email with that.

  3. profile image47
    lowpriceproductposted 5 years ago

    U should try Godaddy

    U can get domain for 1st year at only $2.95 also u can get wehosting below $20 per year.

    U can get the discount code for godaddy from here

  4. edhan profile image60
    edhanposted 5 years ago

    I have hosted many domain names for customized purpose according to what is needed. I believe you have to know what you want and ask the questions while providing info of your own requirements. I know the hassle of going through sites after sites to find the right hosting. Just remember to ask the right questions relating to what you actually required.

  5. vutto profile image60
    vuttoposted 5 years ago

    You could probably host in godaddy, hostgator.