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How To Pick The Ideal Domain Registrar For Your Tour Website

January 27, 2018 | By | One Comment

To get a tour website domain name you need a domain registrar like GoDaddy, Bluehost, iPage or HostingRaja. There are numerous organisations online you can pay to register and buy your unique domain name. To identify the best one you need to commit to a bit of research based on – 

1. Reviews from actual users

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Go through as many reviews of domain registrars as possible. Read what people have to say about them. Also, check if they are accredited by ICANN (Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers). ICANN is a non-profit organisation that takes on the responsibility of coordinating maintenance and procedures of several databases related to the namespaces of the internet.

2. Sufficient support

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You should have the option to connect to your domain provider before and after registering a domain name with them. Again, check reviews in this regards before committing to one.

3. Clear pricing and contracts

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Look at the prices different registrars have to offer and keep your eyes open for hidden costs. The same should be done with their terms and policies. Make sure that the domain name you choose is not bought by the company and lent out to you at a fee.

4. Reminders of renewal

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Domain registrations need to be renewed on a regular basis. If you miss your renewal you run the risk of losing it to competition or other businesses. Your website domain provider should remind you when it’s time to renew.  In some cases, you may be charged a high fee in case of renewal delays.

5. Transfer fees

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For whatever reasons, you may not always want to stay with the same domain provider forever. So, before signing up to a domain registrar you must check if they charge a transfer fee or not. Transfer fees can get pretty costly, so it’s best to know what they are before requiring to pay them.

6. Add-on costs

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Sometimes the cheapest domain registration fees are not as cheap as they appear. The moment you head over to the payment section, you may see added costs for things like WHOIS registration fees.

WHOIS data refers to the contact and identifying information associated with a domain like – name, address, phone number, address of the persons or organisations associated with it. Avoid registrars that charge additional fees to update your WHOIS data. This is usually a free process.

In addition to this, your domain provider must also protect your privacy and data. When your WOHIS data is protected you limit the risk to spammers and scammers. At the same time be cautious of registrars that mine this data and send fake renewal invoices to get you to transfer your domains them.

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