In this day and age, which could quite appropriately be called the Internet Age, there seems to be one fundamental fact that all internet users can understand and agree on. That fact is is that it’s not only important, but imperative for any business out in the marketplace, or individual who wants to get their name and image “out there”, to get a webpage or website.
For new internet users, or those trying to get up to speed in this ever-growing field, the thought of getting a website on their own can be a rather intimidating thought. Especially if they’ve been to a number of sites around the internet and have seen some of the dynamic things they can do. Thoughts of long, drawn out and expensive startup costs go through many people’s minds. But the simple fact of the matter is, this certainly doesn’t have to be the case.
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If you’re on NameCheap and you want to save $1.00 in your domain renewal, you’ll just be disappointed. Fake coupons around the world wide web sprouted like wildfire. Coupons like GOLDDEAL and SILVERDEAL doesn’t work at all. Anyway, I can’t really verify it as I only have 10 domains. Haha! I’ve read somewhere that you can use the GOLDDEAL coupon if you renew around 50 domains, and SILVERDEAL coupon if you renew 20 domains simultaneously.
I also read that, that coupon will only work if you have 50 or 20 domains in your account. So unlucky for me that I only have a few domains. A friend of mine got 212 domains, so I think he will have a discount if he renews it all simultaneously.
I’m thinking for renewing my domains for 10 years or so, just like what my friend did. So that I won’t be bothered renewing it yearly. I’ll just renew it again in year 2025. Hmmmmm…
Anyway, that would be all for today. I just shared that the Namecheap renewal coupons doesn’t work.
Is this too good to be true? Or is this the best offer ever in the world of domaining? I recently received an e-mail from a certain Jessica Roberts of Epik, offering a domain renewal FOREVER! Yes guys and gals, you heard it right. You’ll never renew your domain ever again. Even if the ICANN fees increase yearly and the domain renewal in your favorite registrars increase, you don’t need to worry about it, because you own your domain forever.
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We all know that Godaddy’s renewal codes for .COMs are now pretty scarce. That’s why renewing your domain @ Godaddy is really expensive. A lot of domainers with hundreds or thousands of domain tend to transfer their domain to another registrar in order to save thousands of bucks. But hey, good news to all Godaddy loyalists out there. I received an e-mail from Godaddy containing a renewal code that is only valid until June 24, 2014, that’s just a week from now!
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If you’ve been with Godaddy long enough and you’re renewing lots and lots of domains year after year, you may have noticed that Godaddy is not offering renewal discounts anymore. Instead, they are giving away new domain registration coupon codes that can let you register domains for 2.95 USD, 1.95 USD, and even $0.99 Cents!
But there are more people who are looking to save a lot on renewing their domains, than to sign up for a new .COM domain. I’ve been searching for renewal codes since last week and all of the codes that I found doesn’t work anymore. My favorite code GDBBX1705 doesn’t work either.
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It seems that the guys at Organic Themes forgot to renew their domain. I just found out about it today because I want to change the theme of one of my WordPress blogs to another organic theme. I was shocked, at the same time, surprised, because one of the most famous WordPress theme creators forgot to renew their domain.
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My friend Ted asked me if how can I register domains in bulk because he had a lot of great domain names in mind and he wants to register all of it simultaneously. Due to the fact that I’m using Register.com to register my domain names, I suggested that he should the bulk domain names feature of Register.com.
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Everybody seems to be saying goodbye. Just recently, I blogged about the shutting down of i.PH blog services. Now, I’m blogging again about another farewell. Today, March 21, 2012, no new hosted domains will be added for existing Adsense for domains publishers. AdSense publishers with access to Hosted domains will no longer be able to add new domains to their account. Hosted domain channels will also be read-only as of this date.
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