Being the leader in both the domain name and hosting arena is the biggest reason which pushed me towards GoDaddy. Till 2000, Network Solutions was the only place to register a domain name. In 2001, the domain name registration market opened for competition. In 2005, within 4 years GoDaddy surpassed Network Solutions as the largest domain name registrar. In 2010, GoDaddy was managing more than 45 million domain names with 4 times in size of the its nearest competitor.
You must have visited several blogs with excellent articles. Your comments, likes and share to social sites like Facebook and twitter are the biggest reward for the blogger. Your comments and shares always give confidence to the blogger to share more such ideas.
Have you ever wonder how they are earning money? They show advertisements or links within the post to a specific product (called affiliate links) to earn a living. Whenever someone clicks on these links and buy a product, the blogger earns commission.
Whenever I buy a product online. I first try to buy it through an affiliate link. I try to look for my friends who might be affiliates of the product. If none of my friends are I try to find some one and try to buy through their affiliate link.
Is it worth the trouble? Why do I do this?
Backorder is used to get a domain name which is currently with some other owner. It gives a possibility to acquire the domain name if its current owner does not renew it next time.
However, backorder is not as simple as it looks. First you have to understand the process of expiration of a domain name.
Once a domain name registration period comes closer to ending. The domain owner is given reminder to renew it. Due to some reason if the registrant forgets to renew the domain name, the registrar waits for renewal confirmation for some days (40 days for .com). This waiting period is called Grace period. During this period, the DNS, mail and other features of the domain will not work. If registrant renew during the grace period, he will not be charged any extra amount as the late fine.