This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of DomainPromoCodes.com. All opinions are 100% mine.
If you check my Archives, there’s a post about the reasons that led me to buy and mantain over 200 domains across the years.
My friends Georgie and Jhoice know how crazy I can get on that matter. 😉 Thing is — it’s not really about going crazy about domains or developing a compulsive obsession for digital shopping.
No, it’s more about imagination.
Look at the navbar above — under the main navigation menu for Honey-Babe.net, I have another bar with ‘Featured Characters’ and ‘W.I.P. Characters’ — that is, character blogs (role-play) where I let my imagination run wild and create new universes.
Don’t think I spend that much. I don’t.
I don’t because I make massive use of coupon codes at any registrar I run into. 😉 Just to bring an example to the table, every time I get an idea for a new character blog and I want to register a new domain, I load up DomainPromo Codes.com (one of my favorites, really) and pick the best coupon at hand.
GoDaddy is not my favorite registrar, but I use it often for first-year registrations because its coupon codes make it very cheap. Right now, GoDaddy is offering a heck of a coupon at $1.99 for a new .COM domain! 😉 There, that’s a kind of coupon I’d use right away for a character blog.
Code is cjc199 if you’re interested.
But it’s not just Characters…
Heh no. I have registered domains for several personal and work projects over the last two years. I don’t want to spoil W.I.P. stuff, but among the things there’s a free advertising community that will probably help bring some ethics back into the world of blogging. Not sure how it will go, but so far people I told about liked the idea.
For business, .BIZ domains look great. 🙂 Right now, NameCheap has a sale for .BIZ domains:
Get .BIZ domain + Business email plan for only $1.99 for the first year
Also, both .BIZ and .US without additionals services cost $0.98.
If you had to buy business domains on a budget, wouldn’t you take advantage of offers like these? ^_^
And Name.com? Ah, I don’t need coupon codes there. I’m a member of their Investor Club since I registered (and keep) 151 domains with them! 😀
A bit of advice
Don’t buy domains on a whim — wait for a good coupon to be released before you purchase! You will save a lot of money and the return on investment (ROI) for the domain will be higher, whether that’s a name you need for business or for a personal project.
Question: How much did you spend on a domain name last time you bought one?
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