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Domain Name Registration

My top recommendation for registering domain names is

This is the official domain name registrar for Click Millionaires. 

The profits from this Go Daddy-powered reseller site contribute to the support of our programs, services, and charities and your support is appreciated! 

(As you may know, Go Daddy is the world's largest domain registrar with over 50 million domain names under management. Not just big, however, Go Daddy offers very competitive prices and lots of useful additional services free with each domain name registered.

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Note: Stay away from Network Solutions!  Their domain registration and other services are dramatically over-priced and offer fewer services than lower-cost competitors.


Thanks to the readers of my books and the Click Millionaires 
MasterMinds members for their help in developing these recommendations.

Disclosure: These recommendations probably include affiliate links as detailed here.


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Comment by Chris Benton on August 30, 2012 at 2:48pm

I use domain services. I have had no issues with them plus they charge your credit card monthly so you can lock in domains and not pay for them until it is time and many times have already made money before you even paid for your domain. I like that!

Comment by Rob Brennan on September 12, 2012 at 5:07am

Hi Go Daddy is great however...

I have noticed a few members from Australia in Click Millionaires

The problem is USA based domain services don't offer versions of your domain.

If you want a domain (for an Australian address) you should definitely check out  they are cheap and reliable

I have registered a domain name with both  .com and

I will use the .com and "park" the and have it redirected when people type it in.

Better to own the version to avoid someone taking the Australian version of your domain name



Comment by Scott Fox on September 12, 2012 at 12:44pm

Great advice, Rob.  Thanks for that Australian perspective!

Comment by Donald Lim on October 13, 2012 at 8:36pm

For Singapore domains like , try Their are cheaper than many similar competitors in Singapore and they are reliable. But you will need a company registration details to do that. That is a regulation in Singapore.

Comment by Scott Fox on October 16, 2012 at 2:44pm

Thanks, Donald.  That tip should be very useful to our Singaporean members.

Comment by kay lewis on January 18, 2013 at 12:08pm

Great tips,im an Australian, thats where ill get my domain name

Cheers Kay

Comment by Ansovinus Bonus Chai on July 3, 2013 at 12:28am

Hi, this is helpful. I didn't know of a few of this.

In Malaysia, I use for my .com because they are fast to respond and helpful. There are others but I wouldn't know how it is. 

For, you'll need a company registration as well. Similar to Singapore.

I look forward to register at, it's great that it contribute back to charities.

Comment by Thomas Hutcherson on May 9, 2014 at 8:46am

Hello all.  Quick question when it comes to domain names being "search engine / user friendly" ... what is best / better for a domain name to register when you are doing one with several keywords, to use hyphens or not?  I have seen this several ways and just wasn't sure, for example.  Would we want to register a domain such as .. or put hyphens in there such as ...  Seems like the hypens makes it easier to read, but is there any search engine benefit or not do you think?  Any thoughts on what would be better name to register from a search engine or user readability perspective.?

And is there maybe a max number of characters we would want to use, but no more in a domain name?  For example, I have one with 4 keywords which very specifically relates to the product, that I am considering to register would be 28 characters total (including 4 characters for the .com) ... Thanks, new here, recently read the click millionaires book, am looking forward to building successful info business with you all.  Cheers!

Comment by Scott Fox on May 9, 2014 at 11:38am

Hi Thomas,

All good questions but please post them as a new discussion in the Domain Names section of the Forum.  You'll get more answers there.




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