If you would like for powerful domain name administration options and extraordinary domain names registration rates you have visited the right place. Look into the video presentation to look at what Get Lost Daddy is able to offer for your domain names.

We offer more than 50 exclusive domain name extensions, or TLDs, at good prices. For most of those, we have a special settlement with the body, liable for that TLD, which allows us to offer you reduced domain name registration prices. On top of that, since we are in direct connection with the domain registrar, all alterations you will be making to your domain names will multiply worldwide considerably faster.

For the purposes of domain administration, we’ve designed a distinctive domain managing tool – our Domain Name Manager. It’s an vital component of Get Lost Daddy’s Hosting Control Panel and it will help you flawlessly command numerous domain names simultaneously. Additionally, it is loaded with great tools, like a domain name redirection tool, a GeoIP redirection service and much more. Because the Domain Manager belongs to Get Lost Daddy’s Control Panel, when you have your site hosted with Get Lost Daddy, you can handle both your domain names and also your web sites within the same exact place, without the need for any other panels.

If you run a web store, or if you want to easily add one more protection degree for your website, we’ve got just the thing for you – SSL Certificates. You will get an SSL certificate straight from Get Lost Daddy’s Control Panel and now we will even handle the installation immediately for your sites. You don’t need to go to third party vendors after which fight with the SSL certificate installment and configuration.

As a possible extra protection level for one’s domain names, additionally we give a Domain WHOIS Privacy Protection service. Using the Whois Privacy Protection service, we’ll hide out your own private details from the domain name’s Whois. This greatly lessens the likelihood for cyber theft and it also decreases the amount of spam emails you can get in the Whois–associated address.