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    Domain and hosting for company

    How to choose the right domain registrar and hosting for an offline company? Can I order these services in one place or is it better to choose separately? I need maximum reliability and stability.
    What factors should I look out for first?

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    Can you tell me how to choose the right one. I don’t want problems later.

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    These are two different subjects.... I'd go to GoDaddy.com for the domain name....

    My company rented servers from this company for 15+ years and have had great service:
    https://www.ibm.com/cloud/info/softl...-now-ibm-cloud

    Bare Metal Servers:
    https://www.ibm.com/cloud/bare-metal-servers

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    Read the terms and conditions of the domain registrar carefully. Because you can register a domain for one price, and renewal costs dozens of times more. This is a common practice now. I have been registering domains for 4 years at https://pananames.com/ it is a Panamanian registrar. I take hosting where the registrar recommends. This is Fozzy hosting. You can also try this option. By the way, prices for domain renewals are indicated for 10 years in advance. I like this option.

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    I understood. Do you think the cheapest offers can be considered?

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    It is best to choose a trusted registrar. Otherwise, there may be unexpected surprises later.

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    Hi! I usually use godaddy. Reliable, inexpensive and fast. Google it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giolan View Post
    Hi! I usually use godaddy. Reliable, inexpensive and fast. Google it.
    Interesting, I hadn't heard of it.

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    I have been looking for a good domain too, don't know what to choose I am using the domain name search over and over. It is really not easy, it's one of the most important parts of the business I think
    Last edited by jcage; 03-05-2021 at 03:12 AM.

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    What about Shopify? It helps organize the layout of your store's appearance through themes. It also offers payment processing, which allows you to accept and receive payment for the products you sell. You will get not only eCommerce software but also tools to manage every part of your business. In case you are interested, it is possible to address the shopify customer service or look for the info online.

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    I've never used Shopify, what can you tell me about it?

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    Here are Different Point to Choose the Perfect Domain Registrar.

    1. Pricing structures can be complicated. A low headline figure could become expensive on renewal, for instance. Prices vary between domain extensions, too, so a registrar that offers great value for a .com domain might give you a poor deal on when it comes to .org.

    2. There may be extra costs for tasks like transferring your domain to another registrar, too. Read the small print before you sign up.

    3. Look for any bundled or optional extras. A Whois privacy service prevents your address, phone number and email address appearing as public contact details for the domain, something which could otherwise get you a significant amount of spam email and phone calls. We've seen this cost as much as $11.20 a year, but several registrars provide it for free.

    4. Many domain registrars offer hosting as an extra, but keep in mind that web hosting companies can also register domains. If you have an idea of which web host you'd like to use, check the details of its plans: you may be able to register a domain for free when you buy hosting, and that's often the cheapest option.

    5. Finally, take a look at the support a registrar offers. You may never need any help at all, but if anything critical crops up – maybe an issue which might cause a problem with renewal – it's important that your provider is on hand to ably assist.

    6. Balancing all these priorities can be tricky, so that's why we've created this list of top domain registrars to help point you in the right direction.

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