What is better than Godaddy?

by Jeremy James 45 replies
Hey guys,

I am going to buy a website today, but, wanted to find out what you would recommend. I have been using Godaddy, and, have purchased their one year of hosting, but, everyone tells me that Godaddy is much harder to use.

That being said, this is an experiment, and, I don't know if this experiment will be successful or not - so, I want to let this be as cheap as possible.

I need a domain/hosting for one site for one year.

Jeremy
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  • Profile picture of the author Always-A-Warrior
    Go Mommy! rah rah rah! ... lol

    Hostgator.

    Always check for coupons. It can help a whole lot.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy James
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  • Profile picture of the author Dean Dune
    Godaddy isn't harder than any other service, but I'll second Hostgator.
    • Profile picture of the author Michael Shook
      The prices with most reputable registrars is about the same for most common tld's.

      Godaddy has the most upsells, but I use them anyway. Namecheap sometimes is a little bit cheaper, but I don't like their interface.

      If you really have Godaddy hosting for a year, then you are stuck with that. But if you don't consider hostgator for your hosting and Godaddy for your domain registration.
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  • Profile picture of the author Victor Edson
    I buy domains at Namecheap, and host with Hostgator.

    No matter which service you use, you can always find a video on youtube to show you exactly how to do whatever it is that you might need help with.
  • Profile picture of the author alliance
    Godaddy is great for domains and Hostgator is best for hosting. Its always better to have your domains and hosting with different companies.
    • Profile picture of the author DanFaggella
      Originally Posted by alliance View Post

      Godaddy is great for domains and Hostgator is best for hosting. Its always better to have your domains and hosting with different companies.
      ^^ Why is this, I'm curious?

      I am using Godad now and I dig the interface, plus they have 24/7 customer service for when I'm not nerdy enough to figuring things out.
  • Profile picture of the author Page-One
    Better than GoDaddy? If you're talking hosting, most anybody!

    But GoDaddy does offer some seriously good domain name prices, especially if you opt for a dot-info or dot-us, say. For dot-coms, Namecheap is worth comparing. Once you buy the domain there, go in and change the nameserver numbers to your chosen host, and you're all set.

    My vote for hosting is Hostgator. Easy cPanel, and if you get stuck, they have a free online chat service with a techie who can sort it out for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Charlotte Jay
    I have a vote for Hostgator too, they are great. I love how easy it is to use. For domain names, I've found some really good ones at Namecheap and also I just had 2 pushed to be on Name.com.
  • Profile picture of the author Keithsco
    I use godaddy for names and scalahosting.com Cheap Reseller Hosting, Affordable reseller hosting, Quality reseller hosting, Reseller program, Cpanel reseller hosting, Host reseller (3 bucks a month when you buy 12 months worth)

    full cpanel, unlimited domains etc

    I used to have hostgator but found this with the same features for a lot less dosh. If your noob you might want to stick to HG - support is excellent there. Have not needed support at scala yet
  • Profile picture of the author mustbe
    I buy domain in yahoo, for hosting i use bluehost/hostgator
  • Profile picture of the author Angelz
    Hostgator for hosting, Netfirms for buying domains.
  • Profile picture of the author Critic
    For domains it's internetbs.

    For hosting it's hostgator.



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