Anyone tried Yahoo Domains?
#31
ammulu Wrote:I heard about it but never really got it try it out. I should check it out sometime but currently I use GoDaddy which is working out really well for me.

I've heard basically nothing but good things about hosting with GoDaddy.

It will be interesting to see which companies are affected by the recession.
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#32
When I was looking for a good domain, a friend of mine suggested that I get one from Yahoo. I was thinking about it when my cousin who subscribed from Yahoo told me not to. He was not really satisfied with the service and he had so many problems with it.
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#33
I've also heard bad experiences with yahoo. When you need help or advice they send you a "copy-paste" answer that usually has nothing to do with what you asked and customer service needs a lot of improvement.
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#34
I have most of my .com's there. for 1.99 a year, you can't beat it. Ive never had a problem with their service. You guys should try it.
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#35
Yahoo is a great domain name...
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#36
Yahoo? Couple weeks ago I try to find some domains there...but didn't find any...
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#37
Hi Zach,

I never tried to register at Yahoo, bad experience with some other service. Explored though! And read a lot between the lines and stayed away!

As for myself, I have 23 domains at http://www.name.com. A first year com/net/org is under $6 and info is $2.99 plus free Google Apps. Their control panel is THE coolest one. Support response is under 24 hours though I only required it once for an interrupted transaction. And they only sell names, so you and the control panel and the Google Apps - its a pretty slick playground.

Try it for yourself, .com for only $5.99 at http://www.name.com.

Best wishes,
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#38
Hi All,
Anyone with experience with their customer support? I'd like to know about the after-sales customer service at Yahoo. Good, bad? Fast, responsive?
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#39
for domainers I don't believe Yahoo is a save place to register domain. The company is too big for it. They have so much bussiness to do. It's hard for them to beat the service of godaddy, moniker, enom, etc.
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#40
zach Wrote:Hi

I was wondering whether anyone here has tried registering with Yahoo domains? They aren't really overpriced, and give the first year at yahoo for $2 or $3... this seems like a good idea if you want to test traffic for a year (unless you have to agree to renew the domain).

Has anyone ever tried yahoo domains? Is it a good deal or not? What is the Yahoo support like?


1) bad interface
2) tricky prices and rules

I registered domain for some 1.99 first year..next year they automaticly charged me some 35$ !!

Absolutely to avoid.
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