The first thing you need to do if you want to start a website for your business(es) is register your domain with one of the many domain registrars. The price difference among registrars may not be huge for the first year, but you may be charged quite a bit more when it is time to renew your domain. It adds up if you have multiple domains.
There is always the option of buying the domain through your hosting provider. Plenty of them offer the domain for free if you host with them. This option may be the cheapest to begin with, but again, you need to keep in mind that the rates will not be the same when it’s time to renew.
When you search for the best option for you, chances are you will stumble upon many similar looking sites. These are mostly resellers for GoDaddy and the rates and discounts they offer will be valid for the first year only. After the first year, you either accept their higher renewal rates or go through the whole process again.
We, at BloggerKhan, have decided to make things a little easier for you. We have gone through the trouble of finding out how much domain renewal will cost you after the first year because we want our readers to know what they can expect to be charged when renewal time comes around. We have compiled a chart of the most widely used domain registrars. You can see the full chart here http://bloggerkhan.com/cheapest-domain-registration/84.
If we have missed some, please let us know. We’ll be glad to add them.