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3 more days to get a Domain Cost Club lifetime account

As mentioned right here, I joined a new Domain Cost Club to save myself $169.41 per year in domain costs at a one-time cost.

In 3 days the early bird registration for the Domain Cost Club ends. That means that if you also like to save the most possible on the long run… you should get yourself a lifetime Charter Membership before this Tuesday morning, September 30th for a one-time fee.

Why? Because this brand new Domain Cost Club will save you cash as it allows you to get domains at-cost pricing.

I registered all my domains originally with NameCheap.com… which offers new .com registration for $10.29/year ($9.66/year with a coupon code) and renewals at $10.69/year. Now, some people may think they get the coupon code pricing also for the annual renewals… but I tried that, they don’t work for renewals, renewals are always full price: $10.69/year.

BTW… even if you choose not to save with the Domain Cost Club, make sure you at least use NameCheap.com instead. I won’t go into all the horror-stories I heard about GoDaddy, but make sure you at least transfer from them (if you still use GoDaddy) to NameCheap.com. If you like to learn more why to avoid GoDaddy, click here.

That out of the way… here is how much you will save on .com domains:

1st Year new domain registration: $9.66/year – $8.24/year = Save $1.42 per .com domain
Renewal (every year after the first): $10.69/year – $8.24/year = Save $2.45 per .com domain

I personally own currently 64 .com domains… see why a one-time fee for a lifetime Charter Membership is a no brainer for me?

Besides .com’s, I will also transfer my .net’s, .ws’s and .biz domains. There are some domain extensions where Domain Cost Club is up to $40/year cheaper then other domain registration services. So far they support 178 different domain extensions.

Their domain transfer system will be ready in 2-3 month, until then you can register new domains and contact their support to manually transfer your existing domains over.

If all you want to do is save on domain costs… then their one-time fee lifetime Charter Membership makes sense for anybody that has at least 20 .com domains. Even after September 30th… if you prefer to get an annual account instead of the lifetime Charter Membership, it will still make sense if you have at least 40 .com domains and all you do is save on your domain expenses.

But if you can also see the potential in referring others to the Domain Cost Club, then even with a single .com domain this will be huge… every person you personally refer will earn you between $25 and $200 in commissions. And for those of you that love network marketing… they have a 4×7 forced matrix (did I hear you say spillover?).

The parent company has been in the domain business for 15 years now… I personally have been with them since 2004 and every month since they have always mailed me my monthly checks… like clockwork. I trust them 100% and love how they are so dedicated and focused on what they work on.

Final food for thought… the parent company, Global Domains International, charges just $10/month and pays $1 in commissions on 5 levels. Still… I paid a total of $1,200 over 10 years and received from them in return not just their product, but on top also close to $25,000 is payment checks. Let’s say… I just love it and it makes me appreciate Domain Cost Club even more.

Check out their latest product, Domain Cost Club and see if their lifetime Charter Membership (or after the 30th of September) their annual membership is right for you.

To Your Success in Business & Life,

Frank Bauer
Frank Bauer
CEO, Add2it.com
Frank Bauer