Are you looking for a place to buy web domains? If you already have planned to acquire your domain but do not know if it is available or if you will find a safe and cheap option, do not worry! We leave you a list with five suppliers that may suit you:
1. Go Daddy
GoDaddy drives the world's largest cloud platform dedicated to independent small businesses. With over 19 million customers worldwide and the management of more than 78 million domain names, GoDaddy is the place where people come to name their ideas, create a professional website, attract customers and Manage your work
HostGator It acts as a company authorized by the national (NIC Mexico) and international (ICANN) registration entities, which allows the chosen domain to be registered directly with the registration entity. The domain can be registered for 1 year, with the possibility of renewing it every period. An advantage is that they have support in Spanish.
With Wix You can receive a free domain when you upgrade to your site through one of the annual plans they offer. It gives you the option of using some of the most popular domain extensions, including .com, .org, .net, .info or .biz.
PageMx It is a Mexican option that, like Wix, allows you to register your domain, create professional emails, hire a hosting service and also create your own website easily and quickly.
Are there free domains?
Yes, there are companies that offer free web domains, however not a good option as it could disappear among the thousands of results as if by magic since search methods ignore free sites. In addition to this, it has the following disadvantages:
- The data storage capacity is limited.
- Little or almost nil in the autonomy of your web pages.
- You cannot have a data platform that can help support the information of your customers or users at any time.
- Loss of information due to malfunction or collapse of neighboring pages.
- The time it may be in operation is uncertain.
If you still have doubts do not forget to visit our entry:
Domain .com or .mx, which one suits me?