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Domain purchase & transfer costs
Dollar A Day Websites does not charge you the customer for the standard** registration, or transfer-out of an initial domain - when there is a website, app, or marketing also purchased from us. Tertia...
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Domain ownership & access
Domains are retained and managed as property of our clients. We make no direct claims of ownership on domains in accounts in good standing. While your domain is with us, we administer the nameservers ...
Article rated 3.0/5.0
domain cancellation & expiration
To cancel a domain, simply contact your sales rep or the company president to cancel the necessary products from us, and your domain will be marked for non-renewal on its next renewal date (which may ...
Article rated 3.0/5.0
Is my desired domain available?
That's a great question! Just because you try it and get no result does not mean that it is available. Be wary of various registrars, host, resellers, and sites that have a free domain availability lo...
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google chrome puts a big NOT SECURE to the left of my URL - starting July 24th, 2018
No: your registrar, host, or web designer hasn't let you down. No, your website didn't suddenly become some massive security risk (it is what it has been, and it very well could be a risk already if i...
Article rated 4.4/5.0
using your domain with Office 365 or other domain relative third-party services.
Newer detailed article here: https://help.dollaradaysites.net/knowledgebase.php?article=112 If we handle your domain for you and you want to run email with Office 365:First, you request from us that ...
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Should I let my domain expire at my current registrar, then re-purchase it at Dollaraday?
No, that is a very bad idea, here is why:Once you own a domain, you should never let it expire. Some registrars reserve the right to retain ownership of a domain after it expires, choosing to resell i...
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