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Name LogoMy last post was about how bad economy can actually get you a domain you have been long waiting for. An offer from Name.com supports the same theory. Starting today Name.com will offer a great deal every day for the next 10-days as part of “” to encourage people to register and buy domain names.

The first deal is about the hit the site in the next 5 minutes and the site promises to offer attractive deals every day but the best and the most irresistible one will be offered on the 25th of December so stay tuned.

Alright, the first of the twelve deals is released on the site. The first deal offers .US domains for $6.99, this is the lowest price for a .us domain as of today. On a regular day price of a .us domain ranges from $7.99 (ix-one.com) to $34.99 (networksolutions.com).

The image below is taken from Name.com which will reveal one deal everyday for the next 12 days. As you can see the first deal shows in the box one.

12 Days of Domain

So visit Name.com to check on the latest domain deals.

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  1. By: vanja djuric  on January 19, 2009 at 10:38 pm

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  2. By: Phil Barnhart  on July 5, 2009 at 9:29 am

    Unfortunately, sometimes those harmless-looking, perfectly-named domains may have a checkered past. Before picking up a domain name that may be banned or blocked due to previously delivering malware, trojans, or porn, you need to do a background check.

    There is a free Domain Background Check cheat sheet at http://siteriver.com/domaintest.php - just enter the domain name you are researching and over a dozen links are created to domain check, anti-malware, and other tools. You can quickly check if your domain name is ready for business or is still on parole.