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    ABW Ambassador Doug247's Avatar
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    Seamless Domain Registration
    Are there any affiliates who offer a branded or seamless domain registration interface?

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    Affiliates or merchants? I can help you with Register.com.

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    ABW Ambassador Doug247's Avatar
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    At this point I really don't care. I just want to be able to offer the serviver via my site. If I make a buck or two that's cool but I just want to be able to have users be able to purchase domains and have them stay on my site...or at least have it look like they are on my site.

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    I've been using eNom's reseller service for a couple of years now. I don't resell to the public but use it for personal clients. I can set my own price over and above what I pay. For example I can sell domains with a full suite of free services (DNS management, forwarding, email forwarding) for 15 bucks and earn 50%. I do this only as a convenience to some old web dev clients. They, eNom, have three ways in which to resell - a very generic (and ugly) interface, a PDQ web page hosted by them where you can change some of the style, and a complete API so you can incorporate it totally into a custom site.

    GoDaddy also has its Wild West Domains reseller setup that can be co-branded. You can resell at GoDaddy pricing and earn a commission.

    Plus there are several other domain merchants (registrars) that offer reseller setups, but I would stick with one of the big ones.
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    I second the enom recommendation. However, IIRC you need to put about $7K into the account to get their lowest tier pricing.

    I also recently saw this service if you want to run your own registrar:

    myrebel.com

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