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I'm looking for some guidance and advice on domain registering and
hosting services. Something like a Consumer Reports rating of such
services would be great.

My father has asked for my help to set up a simple website for his
business. Nothing fancy; basically the Web equivalent of a business
card (location, hours of operation, contact info).

He would also like to buy/register half a dozen (similar-sounding)
domains. (They are still unclaimed).

Any recommendations or any pointers to ratings of such services
would be much appreciated.

Also, if there is a better NG to post this query to, please let me
know.

TIA,

jill

Jul 20 '05 #1
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From: ji**********@yahoo.com
(J*Krugman)
I'm looking for some guidance and advice
on domain registering and hosting
services.


Take the link "host" at the bottom of my frontpage: http://davmagic.com
...you can find all that you need there...

Jul 20 '05 #2

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Quoth the raven named Davmagic .Com:
From: ji**********@yahoo.com
(J Krugman)
I'm looking for some guidance and advice
on domain registering and hosting
services.

Take the link "host" at the bottom of my frontpage: http://davmagic.com
..you can find all that you need there...


Seems to me you keep posting this answer so you can make more money on
the clickthrough. Unethical, imo.

<a href="http://www.cedant.com/
cgi-bin/affiliates/click.cgi?magic100">host</a>

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Jul 20 '05 #3

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J Krugman wrote:
I'm looking for some guidance and advice on domain registering and
hosting services. Something like a Consumer Reports rating of such
services would be great.

My father has asked for my help to set up a simple website for his
business. Nothing fancy; basically the Web equivalent of a business
card (location, hours of operation, contact info).

He would also like to buy/register half a dozen (similar-sounding)
domains. (They are still unclaimed).

Any recommendations or any pointers to ratings of such services
would be much appreciated.

Also, if there is a better NG to post this query to, please let me
know.

TIA,

jill


In the UK I use www.123reg.co.uk for registering domains. They're part of
the HostEurope group, who can provide hosting, or you can host the domain
elsewhere by changing the nameservers. You can also set up domain forwarding
for free - so he can register the similar names, and forward them all to his
real domain.

HTH,

Pete.
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Peter Connolly | Macromedia Certified Dreamweaver MX Developer
http://www.acutecomputing.co.uk
Derby
UK

Jul 20 '05 #4

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Hi Jill,

Thousands of web hosting companies are out there and tell u frankly i
think it i hard to rate them all. I just advising you from my
experience you can go with
www.m6.net the do both web hosting and domain registration. And they
also have very good web hosting deals.

Suvra

J Krugman <ji**********@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:<bt**********@reader2.panix.com>...
I'm looking for some guidance and advice on domain registering and
hosting services. Something like a Consumer Reports rating of such
services would be great.

My father has asked for my help to set up a simple website for his
business. Nothing fancy; basically the Web equivalent of a business
card (location, hours of operation, contact info).

He would also like to buy/register half a dozen (similar-sounding)
domains. (They are still unclaimed).

Any recommendations or any pointers to ratings of such services
would be much appreciated.

Also, if there is a better NG to post this query to, please let me
know.

TIA,

jill

Jul 20 '05 #5

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J Krugman wrote:
I'm looking for some guidance and advice on domain registering and
hosting services. Something like a Consumer Reports rating of such
services would be great.


Something along those lines <URL:http://findmyhosting.com/>

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