Meet Cloudflare Registrar, The Flat Fee Domain Registrar
A day before, bloggers and business owners were excited after getting the news of Cloudflare registrar service as was announced. Cloudflare announced the new flat fee domain registration service, something which has been welcomed by very many domain name users including businesses, bloggers and etc.
The new announcement comes at a time when “Domain name registration is dominated by companies offering large discounts on the initial domain name purchase and then later surprising customers with incremental add-on fees and inflated renewal costs“, as posted on their website, and which is very true.
According to them, “Cloudflare Registrar will only ever charge you what we pay to the registry for your domain. No markup and no surprise fees. Security features like two-factor authentication, multi-user support, and a security-focused customer support team gives you peace of mind that your domain is safe”. And do you know what this means? Website/blog owners will likely stop loosing their domains due to high maintenance costs.
A far as I am concerned, this means a lot to me. At least, I am guaranteed that besides the need to change my name-servers every time I add a site to their service, things are likely to be automatic this time round since it’s a same provider offering all services.
According to their website, “Cloudflare Registrar will let you securely register and manage your domain names with transparent, no-markup pricing that eliminates surprise renewal fees and hidden add-on charges“. See pricing in image below.
Key features of this new service include but not limited to;
- Support for .com, .net, and hundreds of other TLDs
- WHOIS management
- DNSSEC (free)
- Two-factor authentication
- Automatic domain renewal
- Bulk Domain Transfers
- Multi-user support
- Registrar Locking
- Developer-friendly API
- Cloudflare integrations
- Security-focused provider
- At-cost pricing
Now that you have seen the benefits associated, I am very sure you are able to make your own decision on whether to join or transfer your domain-names to this new services. The early bird eats the fresh, remember. Here is the link!!