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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"!


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.


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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