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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
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answered Is there a tool to compare space used by each file of a web page?
Aug
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answered What happens if I don't pay for my .com domain in time?
Aug
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answered How Can I Secure A VPS Installation?
Aug
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comment Why would anyone need my registrar information for a new web site?
To be honest, if I were you I wouldn't turn over "access passwords". Force them to setup an account with the registrar you use, and push it to their own private accounts. Otherwise, if they never change the password you set them up with and they end up with a disgruntled employee they don't know about screwing with their domains, the first fingers will point to you, and denying involvement wouldn't really help.
Aug
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answered Why would anyone need my registrar information for a new web site?
Aug
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comment SEO: Will this site give me trouble?
Thanks for the link. I saw them after they started spamming some of my Analytics accounts that aren't even live. Seems like they've gone through all UA-X-1 accounts 10 times (per a sample of 90 accounts, first day they started being July 10th 2010).
Aug
16
comment Does registering a domain for 10+ years help search rank?
Not an answer: Rather than registering something for 10 years, you might look into purchasing something that's already 10 years old. Unless it's been used for a pharma website or the likes, it'll at least (most likely) get you out of Google's Sandbox from the get go.
Aug
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answered How to create separate users in phpmyadmin, each one can't see others databases?
Aug
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answered How do you backup your websites?
Jul
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comment Who is a great domain registrar company?
I too used NameCheap a lot in the past. Thing is: 1. Namecheap is not a registrar. (OK, it is an accredited registrar, it just doesn't use its accreditation for domains you buy via namecheap.com) Namecheap is an Enom reseller. And Enom isn't exactly the best of registrars. It may have one of the best APIs in the business, but it has a lousy track record [google: enom sucks]. 2. Customer service: usually, morons with a script (with some exceptions, of course). Nice thing is it's live chat. Side note: they've never been able to actually help. Email support seems to be better though.
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awarded  Critic
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comment Who is a great domain registrar company?
Please read some of the horror stories up on nodaddy.com before actually using GoDaddy. Between the upsell, the control panel made to make you buy more useless crap almost by accident and want to go hang yourself because you can't find what you're looking for, the lock-ins they try to enforce, the enormous price for their Domain Privacy option, and the really dazed customer support reps, I found myself wishing for a $79/year option to remove all crap from their CP...
Jul
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comment Who is a great domain registrar company?
Gandi is so extremely expensive, though... But they're great if you're an American trying to "off-shore" your domain assets.
Jul
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answered Who is a great domain registrar company?
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
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comment When should you consider being an OpenID provider?
I believe it depends mostly on your user base. If your users are actual potential OpenID users (geeky and all), and you believe they would rather use you as a service provider than the majors, you should by all means set it up.