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    good idea ))


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    At a minimum, when choosing the domain name you need, you should not overpay when you see the one you need. There are many different alternatives that will be much cheaper. Many such options you can pick yourself here https://hostovita.pl/.


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    Quote Originally Posted by owesem75 View Post
    Hello guys! I really cannot thank you enough for these encouraging words. Actually, I already have made plans in setting up a website prior to the very challenging desire of getting this one domain that I like.. but after 6 months of waiting (and building the concept and strategy for this new website), I am giving up the "waiting" and will proceed to get a domain name with a different twist! thanks again.
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    At a minimum, when choosing the domain name you need, you should not overpay when you see the one you need. There are many different alternatives that will be much cheaper. Many such options you can pick yourself here


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    Domain.com. Started in 2000, Domain.com is one of the most popular domain name registrar on the planet.
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    You can either buy a brand new domain name, or purchase one that's been registered for a while. Brand new domains will cost about $10-15 a year, depending on registrar and TLD.


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    Anyone can buy a domain name. To do so, you visit a domain name registrar, such as GoDaddy or Namecheap, key in the domain you want to buy, and pay a fee. You can't buy just any domain, of course—only one that isn't already registered by another person or business and that bears a valid domain suffix.


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