Niche Product Domain Name and Hosting

Posted by Neville on October 31, 2011 under How To, Niche | 3 Comments to Read

Buying and Registering a Domain:

If you have been following the series of Niche Product Site posts you will have decided on a carefully chosen domain name that significantly helps with SEO and getting your site to the top of search engine results pages (SERPs). The process you have been following will have allowed you  to choose a name that is still available.

Now it’s time to register that domain name.

I recommend that you use NameCheap for your domain registration. - Cheap domain name registration, renewal and transfers - Free SSL Certificates - Web Hosting

This video in the link at the end of this sentence  shows how to set up an account at NameCheap, and then how to Register and Buy a domain.

Hosting For Your Site:

This is a critical choice, as there are lots of different packages out there, and they can vary in price and the features that they have.

My recommendation is to choose Hostgator’s  Baby Croc Package. This package allows you to host multiple sites/domains all for the one monthly (or to save even more, annual) subscription. My package costs $9.95 per month for unlimited domains, subdomains and parked domains. You can use the banner below to investigate and sign up for a hosting package at Hostgator.


Another option for Domain registration and Hosting is provided as part of the membership package in Niche Profit Classroom. In that option everything can be done in the one place.

When you have a domain registered and hosting arranged you are now ready for the next stage: Content Creation.

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  • Philippe Moisan said,

    Hello Nev,

    I’m biased, I use the same options as you, i.e. NameCheap and Hostgator. Back in 2009, I was reading countless special reports from gurus, and most of them recommended these 2 sites.


  • isloooboy said,

    Hi Neville,

    In your previous articles you mentioned godaddy for best and cheap rates, “Is these sites are more cheaper than godaddy?

  • Neville said,

    Isloooboy, the previous mention of godaddy was because I use it to check the availability of domain names. When godaddy is used for that it presents alternatives if the domain you want is not available.

    I use NameCheap for domain registration and hosting and Hostgator for hosting.