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How To Register A Domain Name For 99 Cents

99 Cents Domain RegistrationTypical Go Daddy PriceIt typically costs $12.99 to register a .com domain name. At least that's how much Go Daddy is charging as of this writing. But these days consumers are smarter than ever. So how low do you think a .com domain name will go for? Would you believe me if I told you that the most amount I've ever paid for a .com domain name was just $4.99? And that a lot of times I buy them for as low as $0.99? Wanna know how I do it? Read on.

1) "Cheap domain registration" - Google it, and you'll ALWAYS get multiple links from registrars selling domains for $4.99 or less.
 
 
The only caveat here is that you need to make sure to buy ONLY the domain name for whatever price the links offer and purchase nothing else. For example, some of the links only offer you the domain name for the promotional price if you buy hosting with it. Whatever you do, don't go for this option. This is because you should purchase domains and hosting separately. A future blog post will cover more details, but for now, don't buy anything else other than the domain name itself.
 
2) Promotions - I keep a dedicated Gmail address just for getting junk mails. Most of these promotions do show up when you Google "cheap domain registration", but the difference here is that you actually know exactly when it starts, enabling you to take advantage of it immediately and not miss it, as promotions (especially the 99 cents kind) don't last long.
 
3) 99 Cents - This is the best price I've seen so far, and it's almost always from 1&1. It happens once every few months, and one is happening right now (no coupon code needed whatsoever), so go ahead and register that .com domain you always wanted.
 
So did you guys notice the star sign (*) yet? Don't forget that these unbelievable prices are mostly for the first year only. Domain registrars mostly make money after the first year, when they can charge full price. And most people don't realize that they can keep saving money by transfering their domain name elsewhere. My next blog post will cover this very topic, so stay tuned! yes

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