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February 03, 2009

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Bobette Kyle

Paul, when I switched over to NameCheap I had no idea the extent they had planned the campaign. Kudos to Michelle Greer and to you for getting to the "story behind the story"!

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Paul Chaney

Thanks Bobette. It will be interesting to see how Namecheap and other domain registrars fared in this and whether they experience advantages long-term.

Joy

I love NameCheap. GoDaddy can drink in all the profits that come with its testosterone-driven superbowl ads, but I think my fellow NameCheap customers love the fact that our registrar is simple, service-oriented and caring. Maybe GoDaddy gets a lot of new signups, but you know what they say: it costs more to get new customers than to retain them, and NameCheap has chosen the better part :)

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Thanks for article.
I like namecheap.com more than godaddy.com
Godaddy.com It's too slow when I was updated information.

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