One thing that pretty much all internet marketers spend money on is domains. So why not save a little in the process. We do this by going through a nifty little site called Fatwallet.com.
All you have to do is sign up for a free account on Fatwallet.com and type in the name of the domain registrar that you’d like to use in the search box. For us we like to register our domain names with Godaddy. By going through fatwallet, you’ll find that occasionally domains will go for as little as $1.
Also if you buy a lot of domains, Godaddy has a Discount Domain Club that you can sign up for which can save you money as well. This can actually be combined with fatwallet discounts if you go through the cashback option.
We have already saved quite a bit using this method and as far as we know it’s the cheapest way of getting domains. If anyone knows cheaper methods of finding domains let us all know below!
** UPDATE 9/20/2012 ** Steve Wyman left a great tip below, “Another thing ive found is godaddy give you better deals if you separate .net from .org and apply the best code to each separately.”
- What this refers to is that many of the best coupon codes single out a TLD, such as “use this coupon to receive $0.99 .COMs”. Many registrars only let you input ONE coupon code, so grouping all your purchases in one batch will only allow you to receive the discounts for that .COM. Instead of doing this you can buy the .COMs separately and use a coupon code for that, then buy your .NETs and use a coupon code for that, and then buy your .ORGs and us a coupon for that.
All The Best!
Josh @ WSOtesters.com