What is a good site to get a domain name?

United States
March 26, 2007 2:04am CST
Are there any really good sites to get either a free or cheap domain name? I am currently learning HTML and would love to put it to good use! I just really want to have my own url any suggestions?
5 responses
@laliga (8)
• Spain
27 Mar 07
i use for the domains godaddy.com about 50 in there , and moniker about 10 in there , another one i heard about them is enom.com . One advise dont get anything free at the end you will regret it , get a domain in one the companies i told you and the hosting somewhere else somewhere like bluehost or hostgator.com i ve heard they are good and pretty cheap.
• India
26 Mar 07
For free ones --- 110mb.com For cheap ones -- techstream.in
@smacksman (6074)
26 Mar 07
You look as though you have a free site at the moment and that is ok for trying out HTML. But I urge you to get your own domain names and by own, I really mean your own name so that when you do a Whois search, your name shows up as the owner of the domain. Too often, the cheap sellers of names buy the name on your behalf but they still own the name. Later, if you want to sell your site or even just move the hosting, they have got you by the shorts and charge you again. I have used for many years www.easily.co.uk for domain names and www.cirtexhosting.com to host the domain (from $2 a month). Both have served me well. With you own domain and hosting you have far more control over your site and what you can run on it. It is worth paying for it in the long run.
@suryono (125)
• Indonesia
26 Mar 07
I have buying domain name at yahoo.com, and I have buying too at 150m.com it can be free but on yahoo we must pay for it its more expensive at yahoo.com, you can compare with the other.
@suryono (125)
• Indonesia
26 Mar 07
I have buying domain name at yahoo.com, and I have buying too at 150m.com it can be free but on yahoo we must pay for it its more expensive at yahoo.com, you can compare with the other.