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Registrar Market Share

If you are interested to find out who got the lead in domain name registration services, click the image graph courtesy by RegistrarStat website.

As of this date, Godaddy.com lead overall with the domain count of 25Million+ registered domain names. There is no doubt about it, the marketing team succeeded and send out the right advertising package. You will see godaddy.com ad campaign in Super Bowl, Television, Nascar and other public broadcast.


Second place is eNom with 8.8Million+ registered domain names. They are known with good reseller program (just like this one) and easy management of tool to transact with your domain name. Buying and selling domain name is just a push away.

Third in the list is Network Solutions or NetSol with 6.6Million+ registered domain name. The Network Solutions hold the main registry of .com and .net extension. They are pioneer of managing .com .net and .org (now with PIR.org) extension. The .TV extension is added to their arsenal, the growth of .TV extension is on the rise (The popularity of .TV domain extension is going up up up!)


To complete the top 15 registrar:
  1. Go Daddy Software

  2. eNom

  3. Network Solutions

  4. Tucows

  5. Melbourne IT

  6. Schlund+Partner

  7. Wild West Domains

  8. Moniker Online Services

  9. Register.com

  10. PublicDomainRegistry.com

  11. Key-Systems GmbH

  12. Fabulous.com Pty Ltd

  13. OnlineNIC. Inc.

  14. Dotster

  15. Intercosmos Media

Source: RegistrarStats.com

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