How do I bind a Godaddy domain name to my local ip address?
My first question is How do I bind a Godaddy domain name to my local ip address? Thanks for any answer or 2. Second question of mine... Hallo,.

I also think that .cc domains will increase in value. I've recently acquired.

"", which is a nice HostGator (my opinion.

)... I'm going to develop.

It. Therefore this thread is quite interesting. I agree with you saying that.

.cc is associated with financial terms and names. So financial domains will.

Become the most valuable .cc names in the near future..

By the way, I'm currently brokering the HostGator "" ( has al-.

Ready been sold successfully). Although I always hope to sell it for a good.

Offer I think my client should keep the HostGator over the next few years to.

Be able to sell it for much more $$$..

Comments (7)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at Godaddy as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Hey All:.

Ok, people, I'm taking this to the next level! Over the weekend I put out a.

Press release featuring my .CC credit card websites.

Notice the anchor text links.

Costly, but worth it..

If anyone wants to link to the release, please go right ahead.


Comment #2

Using me for your anchor text.

(Please do!).

Love the sites AmCy, and great collection!.


Comment #3

Heh...Thanks. They aren't the prettiest sites (I don't want images to slow down the sites) but the are highly optimized, so I think they should do well..


Comment #4

I might Develop a .CC Web-Site all about the Cocos -Keeling island Group.

What is their ccTld Again??..

Comment #5

Uhhh.....we're talking about hundreds, if not, thousands of people here. Are you gonna give free hosting to all .CC owners?..

Comment #6

It would take years for about 25 of us to fully develop and inflate the price of a complete TLD. I personally don't own any .cc's, $20.00 reg is too expensive for me...

Comment #7

You're right, .cc domains are quite expensive to register. But if you're willing.

To pay the registration fee and if you're patient then .cc domains might be a.

Good investment for you...

Comment #8

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.