Most of you are already familiar with the amount of personal information you put out onto the Internet when you register a domain name. This might not be much of an issue for a company or a business, as they would simply list their business identity into the WHOIS database, however what if you’re simply registering a domain name for a personal blog. Do you really want your name, phone number, and address to be public information? In-fact if you’re curious to see what information is out there about you right now, feel free to run a WHOIS search using our own Domain Name Availability/WHOIS Tool.
Luckily GoDaddy customers can currently purchase a $4 .com domain name, and get privacy registration completely free. As usual with the GoDaddy sales, the .COM domain name actually comes out to $4 Plus the ICANN fee of $0.18 per domain name per year. The $4.00 price is only good for the first year of one new .COM domain name, per customer; and is not valid for transfers or renewals. Additional years or .COMs may be purchased for $9.99 per year. Free privacy offer valid for entire initial registration term of the domain name. When the domain name renews, each year of private registration will renew at the regular rates in effect at the time of renewal. Discounts cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Customers may not use gift cards, PayPal, Skrill, In-Store Credit or AliPay to redeem this offer. Your discount will be applied in your shopping cart immediately after following the banner below.