Posts Tagged ‘cheap’

$1 Godaddy Coupon Promo Code

January 29th, 2012


Whilst browsing the net today I noticed that Godaddy is running a offer on domain names, you can register a new domain name for just $1.

Rarely will you find domain names at such a low price.

To claim your discounted domain name simply click the link below

Godaddy $1 Domain Name

and enter this code at the checkout:




How to Market your Domain Name

May 19th, 2010

You have created a domain name for your website and
now you need to drive customers to your website. No
one knows that your website even exists unless you
advertise your business and what you have to offer.

» Read more: How to Market your Domain Name

Could your Domain Name Be Bad for Business?

May 18th, 2010

You have decided to start your own business online and
you want to start advertising and getting potential
customers to your site.

Imagine being able to run your business 24 hours a day
7 days a week and never leave your house to do so.

» Read more: Could your Domain Name Be Bad for Business?

Get a Quality website built for you, Cheap

September 22nd, 2009

Normally, if you want to have professional designers custom build your site, you must be prepared to dish out at least a few hundred dollars. All this can change if you know where to find the best deals, the best designs for the lowest price. Here’s a rough guide:

First, you must understand that it is a rip off to get companies to design websites for you. Have you ever seen those advertisements in newspaper classified ad sections that offer a 5-page website at $500? These companies are established companies with physical locations, therefore they have to increase the amount they charge to pay off some overheads: office rent, designer’s wages, advertising costs and so on.

Therefore, it would be wise to find freelance designers who work from home. These people are often working from home so they do not have a high operation cost like that of a company. On the other hand, they will be able to design images with quality similar to those of designers from big companies, so it’s a “no-brainer” choice.

However, choose freelancers with care. The best way to do this would be to go to There, you can post the abstract of your project and get thousands of freelancers to bid on your project, so you will surely get the best deal. On top of that, you will be able to choose the designers based on their experience, past transactions and ratings, so your value for money is secured.

Another route you can take is to design your website yourself. Think about it, if you only need 5 simple pages to present some simple information, why waste hundreds of dollars for it? Just spend a little time to sit down and do it yourself. You’ll be able to design your own sites even if you do not know a single line of HTML code with the help of WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) programs such as Microsoft Frontpage, Macromedia Dreamweaver and so on.