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[25 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

Come October 1st, and after an increase in domain name prices in 2007, Verisign is again exercising its contractual right to raise prices. The base registration fees for .com domain names will be hiked to $6.86 from existing $6.42 per .com domain for all registrars. Currently, registrars pay VeriSign $6.42 per .com domain name. This price hike is within maximum 7 percent increase allowable¬†under VeriSign’s contract (which runs through 2012) with ICANN.

Domain, Hosting and Design, Tips n Tricks, Tutorials »

[11 Dec 2007 | 4 Comments | ]

First and foremost thing to do is to make sure that you really own your domain name. Not a silly advice if you know what we are talking about. Have a two or three tier verification process in place with your registrar in case you need to make any update to your details. For those who do not trust even their shadow, they can go and to get their own ICANN registrar accreditation.

Misc »

[9 Nov 2007 | No Comment | ]

DotRegistrar (www.dotregistrar.com) is in the process of upgrading all its client accounts and domains to the MyDomain.com Registrar system. In the coming weeks, DotRegistrar will become part of MyDomain. With this upgradation some of the features of Dot Registrar havs gone while some new features (free services) like URL Forwarding, Email Forwarding and DNS managment has been added.

Misc »

[2 Nov 2007 | No Comment | ]

Starting today, any new registration / renewal or transfer in of .NET TLDs will cost approximately Rs. 325/=. This offer is for limited time period and will be available up to 25th December, 2007.

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[29 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

Pricing for any new .IN domain name for an End User has come down to Rs. 200/= (plus / minus Rs. 50 depending on the Registrar). Earlier second level .IN domain names were being sold at Rs. 800/= and third level .IN domain names were sold for Rs. 450/=.

Tips n Tricks »

[9 Jul 2007 | No Comment | ]

It’s a rampant practice followed by so called web designers to register their client’s domain names with their (web designers and not clients) own details. This is a complete lose-lose situation for clients. Most of the time clients thinks they have the total control of their domain name while the designer fool him with giving just hosting (FTP) controls.