Likelihood to Recommend
I run five websites off of 1&1 for different outshoots of the company. For our web needs it works perfectly. We have a midgrade hosting package and it works perfectly. I know if issues arose from traffic or storage space 1&1 would have a solution for us.
I've seen Google Domains work perfectly and perform well for companies of 10 - 100 people, or it is good for just the executive tier of a larger organization to use. There are so many integrations you can run with Google Domains - Salesforce, Zendesk - half of the ROI is the ease of use of Google Domains, the other half is that just about every company has an integration that can run with it.
Operations Analyst: Customer Success
ZentailInternet, 11-50 employees
- Their uptime is outstanding.
- They have great customer support with real people.
- They have all the technologies available I need to run my website.
- Their dashboard is easy to use.
Likelihood to Renew
Google Domains and Namecheap are both undeniably better than GoDaddy—better companies, less confusing interfaces, and generally lower prices. Namecheap usually has lower prices on domains, and definitely has more sales, but Google Domains's free private registration can make it cheaper in the long run.
.Computer Software, 1-10 employees
Return on Investment
- Simple interface that saves me time and frustration.
- Integrated with existing Google accounts to provide 2FA and other security features and avoid the need to create another account.
- Free private domain registrations save me $100+ per year.
DevIntentComputer Software, 1-10 employees
Premium Consulting/Integration Services—
Entry-level set up fee?