Update: Offer now ended
Update: Promotion extended until Saturday 19th February!
For a very limited time – until Sunday 13th Saturday 19th February – we have a fantastic discount on .CO domain names. For the first year of registration we’re offering a whopping 50% off on new .CO registrations.
Since the launch of .CO in June this year we’ve seen all kinds of uses of .CO for websites and email addresses for:
What will you use yours for? Let us know!
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Last week we launched a new osCommerce Shopping Cart installation service for our customers, to great success!
Here at Free Virtual Servers, we were seeing a growing trend of our customers websites, which advertised their products but with no shopping cart installed. We thought the problem was that the web hosting industry uses a lot of jargon, including ourselves sometimes, which to those not directly involved may be somewhat confusing. You see in the past, building a website for your business used to be a luxury.
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Since adding one-click script installs to our packages over 5 years ago our users have been installing scripts in seconds with minimal or no technical knowledge needed.
The program behind the one-click installs is called Fantastico and it allows you to install applications onto your website really easily and quickly.
The registry in charge of all .EU domain names, EURid, is giving away 100 8GB iPod Touches as part of an end-of-year promotion. The promotion is available to anybody registering a .EU domain name between November 25th and December 25th – simply visit winwith.eu and enter banner code XMAS2010 along with your domain name and contact details to be in with a chance of winning!
I’m guessing that some of you are in the process of finding an appropriate free host or if not already have one in mind. So be prepared – after reading this you’re probably going to be asking yourself why you’re accepting poor service from your hosting provider.
Why should novices, hobby sites and SMEs looking to raise their profile online pay for hosting?
There is an image that hosting free and cheaper packages means a poorer service, which seems to be the instant presumption and perspective of many customers. Many UK web hosting companies have more recently decided to adopt a ‘no free hosting policy’ and have moved their customers onto a paid hosting option. But why should these customers have to pay every month for hosting on a server, when really the majority initially just want to see if it’s right for them?