Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) March 04, 2014
Already one of the fastest growing domain registrars in the world, NameSilo (http://www.namesilo.com) recently released a new report showcasing the exact number of domains its customers have transferred to their company versus the number that have transferred elsewhere. The results are staggering and reveal a clear insight as to how NameSilo is continuing to increase its foothold in the industry, and becoming the preferred destination for domain investors, companies, organizations and everyday people looking for a better alternative to house their domains.
The report, located at http://www.namesilo.com/transfer_compare.php, is very simple, but is nonetheless convincing. As of this writing, NameSilo has gained 8 times the number of domains than it has lost. There can be little more convincing proof as to the overall happiness and satisfaction experienced by NameSilo's customers.
"We remain excited that our strategy and offerings continue to be so well-received by our customers," said Michael Goldfarb, one of NameSilo's founders. "We set out 4 years ago to create the best registrar in the world by offering the lowest and most transparent everyday prices, simple yet powerful domain management, multiple levels of account/domain security, completely free add-ons like WHOIS privacy, all coupled with excellent customer service. We are very happy this approach has translated into our continued growth and exceedingly high levels of customer satisfaction."
NameSilo also includes a breakdown of the number of domain transfers gained and lost per competitor. Again, the results are very hard to ignore as NameSilo is clearly at a substantial net gain compared to commonly-considered industry heavyweights. For example, as of this writing:
- GoDaddy: 9.5:1 (9.5 times the number of domains transferred from GoDaddy as lost to GoDaddy)
- eNom: 5.5:1
- Moniker: 38:1
- 1&1: 54:1
- Domain.com: 22:1
- Tucows: 42:1
- Dynadot: 8:1
- Network Solutions: 20:1
- Register.com 105:1
Many registrars offer deep discounts to promote transfers, but NameSilo has not offered any such discounts since the middle of 2013. NameSilo instead relies on its extraordinarily low everyday pricing and excellent service offering to attract and maintain customers.
"We understand that it is difficult for those not familiar with the domain industry to compare registrars given all of the marketing hyperbole dispensed by many of our competitors," according to Michael McCallister, another of NameSilo's co-founders. "It is our hope that the information we make available on our web site such as clear pricing, simple processes and easy account management help people better understand the distinctions and what makes us unique."
While many other registrars have made a habit of confusing pricing, misleading marketing and constant upsells, NameSilo goes out of its way to make information such as its new transfer report available to deliver transparent and easily understood differences. One other such report of interest to anybody with a domain, is NameSilo's pricing comparison found at http://www.namesilo.com/pricing.php. This pricing comparison is very likely one of the major reasons behind the continued growth at NameSilo.
NameSilo is proving that the age-old formula of providing the best service at the lowest cost still resonates even in an industry as ripe with competition and confusion as that of domain registration and management.