[quote]I’ve used GoDaddy for years and they’re great. There is no extra fee for using GoDaddy with DreamHost hosting, but DreamHost includes private registration at no extra charge, and GoDaddy charges extra for private registration if you don’t get a “deal.” GoDaddy hosts and registers far more domains than DreamHost.
DreamHost has similar problem stories, but at Wikipedia they are in the back pages of the history. The GoDaddy page “neutrality” is formally disputed. The DreamHost Wikipedia page is frequently edited by Scjessey.
This is an example of why much information in Wikipedia is unreliable, and how people use it without disclosing their interests.[/quote]
Welcome, “new user”!
I have domain names registered with GoDaddy as well, the earliest of which was registered in 1999. I’ve moved many of them to DreamHost for convenience, but GoDaddy supports many more top-level domains and so they still handle a number of those for me. My personal experience with GoDaddy is mostly positive, but the difficulties suffered by other registrants has been well documented. As such, I cannot recommend them.
The fact that I have edited the DreamHost article on Wikipedia is utterly irrelevant to whether or not I recommend GoDaddy as a registrar. But as with most internet trolls like you, Bob, any excuse will do, won’t it?
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