Looking for good domain registration reseller program

Hello.

My company offers design & hosting services and would like to add domain name registrations to its service offerings.  

There are a number of domain name "resellers" out there, including tucows, Wild West Domains and Enom.  Who is good, and should I stay away from?

Thanks!
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hankknightAsked:
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humeniukConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You've mentioned three pretty good ones.

Personally, I would go with Wild West Domains.  They're affiliated with GoDaddy (same ownership, I think), which is the registrar I use and always recommend.  Like GoDaddy, they seem to offer a lot of good services & excellent customer service at very competitive prices.  With Wild West, you'll also have the option of reselling their other products -  email service, SSL certs, merchant accounts.
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minichickenConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi hankknight

I would also recommend Wild West Domains and GoDaddy, which maybe partly that what we use. Their service level is good. Self service portals, which makes your life so much easier, without having to wait for the response on your query whole day. There is alot of things that you can do it yourself on Godaddy, domain availability check, domain registration, account management, domain management, setup which server the domain should be pointing and the effect is pretty much instant and few others. Efficiency is very important......

regards -
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periwinkleConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I've been quite happy with SRSPlus.com as well - great service, although no toll-free number.  Also has a self-service portal.
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fetchmasterConnect With a Mentor Commented:
hankknight,
Those you mentiond above are very good. Good because of nice bundle of features they offer along with registration.  But see, not everybody (Or most of them) wants these advanced features. They may look for lower price mostly. If you understand this situation, go for a super cheaper and not-bad one like Directi.com. You can decide easily by looking at current user's demands. Find out What kind of features they are currently interested in
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