I have found a couple of domains available I would really like to purchase and see that Domain.Com also has web hosting. It looks pretty good, but...I am not savvy in what all they list means.
Am hoping someone here on Hubpages is using their hosting services or has and could be helpful.
I am looking to set up a shopping site and Domain.com seems to offer good deals - I would also be interested in what anyone has to say about domain.com too
I'm not an expert or anything, but I've never even heard of domain.com before. Most everyone I know uses bluehost.com or godaddy.com (I use godaddy). Is there something about domain.com that sold you over those?
I have used Domain.com before to purchase a domain on a couple of websites I have had in the past. They do seem to be reputable for domains.
I just didn't know that they had gone into web hosting. I read their information about web hosting and it "read well", but anyone can write how good their services are. lol
I am trying to research here in HP to see if anyone might have used them before and their experience. I tried GoDaddy and never got the site up. They asked for way too much personal information than I was willing to give out. It almost felt like a scam for identity theft with all the info they were requesting.
I mean, why would they need a copy of a driver's license, mother's last name, and so many security questions before they could accept me as a member of the site??? I had red flags going off in my thoughts and immediately decided against GoDaddy.
Well, domain.com is definitely not the cheapest if you're just buying a domain name. I would go to someplace like namecheap.com for that. I use GoDaddy for several of my sites, and have never been asked for the type of information you were (driver's license, etc.). Do you live outside of the US perhaps?
Hey Michael, don't mean to interrupt your conversation, because I have never heard of Domain.com either(same as Irohner) and have nothing of value to offer.
However, I just wanted to stop and say "HI!" and see how you were?
The main reason I am asking about domain.com for web hosting is...I want to add a website to help with my NFL/Dallas Cowboys articles and being able to get an E-Bay account!
I am soo excited about this season.
My views for the NFL Hubs is doing well already, even last years.
I figured you were in the Market for a Domain. And, yes, it is obvious, by your posting. I would not say it was much of jump, in order, to draw the conclusion you wanted it be tied to the NFL or Cowboys.(*not a far stretch of the imagination to make the connection)
And, I'm glad to hear that your NFL hubs are doing well, including last years hubs. That's cool.
I was going to do hubs on my favorite teams of my favorite sports, but my original choice of Celebrities, opened a new door to multiples/varieties of other hubs. I can tie in movie reviews if I choose or like in the case of Alyssa Milano, she has her own clothing line and sports apparel line. So, I chose not to do them.
It is nice to see you having some success.
lol, you have learned me and my support for the NFL and especially the Cowboys!
I see you have done very well with HP. (from posts I have read) Congrats on that.
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