Paying over the
odds for your domain names? Do you then discover that if you
lived in a foreign country that you can get a better deal from
your hosting company?
And it's not
just domain names, but across-the-board services. There is no
need to pay more than you are currently being charged. Switch
Let's examine some simple facts.
A domain name (for example) is a
domain name. It matters not where you purchase it, it is like
an 'international' car registration plate. You purchase your
domain from wherever you wish, in which country you wish, from
whichever company you wish.
But price difference is affected
by regional factors. Tax is one of the obvious factors.
Another is maintaining the cost of property in high-cost
In the USA, you can keep costs
low - but WITHOUT compromising on quality.
So ask yourself this: Is your
domain going to be any different if it's purchased and parked
in the USA, the UK, or wherever? The internet recognizes no
international boundaries in this respect.
You have the option of buying
your domain in the USA for a low price, or elsewhere for
perhaps a higher price. It's what's called a 'no-brainer'
If you are getting the level of
support you need in the USA compared to the UK (and perhaps
even much better), then it makes sense to save money and
purchase where you can save (potentially) a great deal of