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Need good domain registrar and ssl certificates

Need good domain registrar and ssl certificates

svgnamysvgnamy Member
edited October 2012 in Help

Hello, I cancelled my shared hosting in favor of vps and my shared hosting provider said I will be unable to register new domains with them or renew the ones I have. I want to start transfering my domains to another registrar. I see all the different registrars out there but I don't know which one to choose.

I've always used the registrars from my hosting company.

I remember using godaddy once, but the interface was weird. Not sure how it is now.

Any suggestions?

Inexpensive good control panel

Also, I need SSL certificates for my vps so I can sell online. An ssl so I can use it on more than one domain.

Thanks for your help

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  • Namecheap

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  • @jhadley said: Namecheap

    +1 (or name.com)

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  • JarJar Member

    Name.com has a great interface, very personal and friendly support.

  • Highly recomend either Namecheap or Internet.bs

  • wdqwdq Member

    They have average pricing ($12 for most TLDs) but I still prefer Media Temple for domain names. They have a pretty simple interface, consistent pricing, and so on.

  • Internet.BS NameCheap.com Name.com

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  • JackJack Member
    edited October 2012

    @jarland said: Name.com has a great interface, very personal and friendly support.

    @jarland mind throwing me some screenshots of their panel?

    I currently have 20 or so domains with namecheap but their support is really poor.

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  • @Wintereise said: I believe it's "their," Jack.

    ;)

  • @jhadley said: Namecheap

    +1

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  • JarJar Member

    @Jack Yeah I'll post some in the morning. They don't have the same speed of support, but they're incredibly friendly. It's obvious that they're a small operation and that they don't want to be a huge impersonal registrar, at least to me. They actually answer phone calls too.

  • ZenZen Member

    Namecheap

    I've got around 30 domains with them.

  • RandyRandy Disabled

    Namecheap FTW

  • There is wildcard SSL that can be used on unlimited subdomain, but if you would like to use on more than one domain, you have to buy new SSL :D

  • NameCheap, Gandi, Name.com

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  • GoDaddy get's you a 5-domain SAN SSL certificate for $89.99/yr.

    Or save 25% with my affiliate link.

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  • WilliamWilliam Member
    edited October 2012

    I mainly use:

    internet.bs - when i don't want to have an american company behind it name.com - for anything else gandi.net - for rare domains (also free SSL, not sure if only for the first year) namecheap.com - for SSLs

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  • Hey I use godaddy for most of mine. Some People don't like them but I have no problem with thier domain service, hosting is another subject all together.

    SSL I used rapidsslonline.com just depends on where i get them the cheapest.

  • PatrickPatrick Member
    edited October 2012

    For domains I would recommend Name.com (Has better UI, similar prices) or Namecheap

    For multi-domain SSL you need SAN and it appears GoDaddy is cheapest for it or buy several $9.99 Positive SSL's from Namecheap

    However we use https://www.thesslstore.com for our SSL certs but this is not up to everyone's budget :)

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  • I like rapidssl better than positivessl for it's reissuing and such and with chained cert's seem to work better.

  • JarJar Member

    @24khost said: Some People don't like them but I have no problem with thier domain service, hosting is another subject all together.

    I do. About 12 hour ticket response time...

  • @24khost I've never used Namecheap for SSL so can't tell but we have bought RapidSSL / TrustWave & GeoTrust from TheSSLStore and we can easily reissue to any domain with a few clicks so it could be an development flaw if you can't reissue PositiveSSL's at NC

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  • TazTaz Disabled

    @jarland You do know that calling godaddy takes less then 5 minutes (No huge waiting list), and tends to get things fixed by phone as well?

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  • The only registrar I know of that has a UK Standard number as in Landline rates for us is Godaddy...

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  • JarJar Member

    @Taz_NinjaHawk said: You do know that calling godaddy takes less then 5 minutes (No huge waiting list), and tends to get things fixed by phone as well?

    Nice to know, but I always assume calling someone their size has a minimum 20 minute hold. I can't guarantee that I'll be able to talk to someone in 20 minutes, that's just how my day goes. Migrating to name.com has been great though.

  • @StormVZ I think i could have worded it better. I wasn't impressed with positivessl's reissue prcess as i lost my order number and with out it you can't reissue. with rapidssl all you have to have is the hostname.

    @jarland Never had a problem with godaddy. My account got hacked(my fault) they helped me find a way to verify my account using the paypal account i just paid for a domain with. They helped me get everything fixed and didn't wait 5 minutes on hold. Never waiting for long with ticket response either.

  • RandyRandy Disabled

    man. @jarland. nice domains ;-) new list ;-)

  • JarJar Member

    @Randy said: man. @jarland. nice domains ;-) new list ;-)

    Just beginning to transfer some. You can see the first domain I got there, I bought from someone for fun.

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