I like the service at freedns.afraid.org. It provides free nameserver and subdomain management. But being able to have some free subdomains with full DNS control is what makes freedns.afraid.org the best! There are loads of domains you can have as the superdomain of your subdomain (here comes the full list).
But what I really, really hate about the service right now is that it doesn’t really work for some (few) clients. Why? No idea. And which client that I need to cater very much, yet unable to resolve my free subdomain name? Google. Yup, that Google.
I don’t care if one or two or even ten people in some distant nation cannot access my site, but if Google cannot, a whole lot of traffic source will be missing. And how do I know that Google cannot access my site? Check with its own tools. It tells me “HTTP Error: Domain Name Not Found”. Read more »