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by navsimpson / May 24, 2007 1:18 AM PDT

Hi all,

I was looking to register a domain name to use with my Blogger-based blog. Does anyone have any advice as to who/what is best for doing this? I see prices vary wildly from 8 to 50 dollars a year, and I want to make sure I don't mess something up.

Any help would be much appreciated.


P.S. If it makes a difference, I'm in Canada.

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Domain site I use
by robbmcmahan / May 24, 2007 5:54 AM PDT

I use They have cheap prices, good support, great interface...yada yada.

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Domain Registrtaion Recommendations
by wjimenez275 / May 24, 2007 7:43 AM PDT

I have used many different registration services. They are all about the same. Some offer free DNS management, email aliases, web hosting. However, the only one I have ever had a problem with is GoDaddy. There were a few times when they assumed I was a spam site and threatened to lock me out of my domain names. Eventually, I moved my domains away from them.

One service I did find that is very handy is which is a free DNS service that allows you to setup 5 free DNS entires. They allow you to do things like redirection, email aliasing, and a host of other services. I use them, to redirect my personal email to my gmail account. SO MyAddress@mydomain goes to

By the way, I have no affiliation with either GoDaddy or ZoneEdit. I just have experience with both of them. I currently use as my main service for domain registration. They are low cost and they have good service.

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