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Get a FREE Domain Name – www.YOU.co.nr

January 27, 2010 Leave a comment

.PREMIUM Free Domain Name 
package was designed to provide domain name free, subdomain services mainly for advanced internet users, who have some basic knowledge about the DNS (Domain Name System) and process of setting up name servers as well as other DNS records (NS, A, MX, CNAME, TXT, etc.) for the domain name to work properly. 
The PREMIUM package includes a free domain, free subdomain of .co.nr domain name such as YOURNAME.CO.NR or COMPANY.CO.NR and the following features:

No Ads at all (no banners, no popups, etc.) on free CO.NR domain names;
use your own name servers and modify any DNS records you wish;
use e-mail forwarding with addresses like John@yourname.co.nr, etc.
setup free subdomains for your .co.nr domains like forum.yourname.co.nr, etc. 
 Advantages of Premium Free Domain Name package:
It’s ABSOLUTELY Free!

Yes! No setup fees, no monthly fees, no yearly fees, no renewal fees, etc.

NO ADS, NEVER ADS

And we are not going to add them in future. Because it is simply impossible ­čÖé

You have a TOTAL control over your free domain name

Yes, enjoy the total freedom of making any modifications in your domain DNS settings. Add, delete, modify all DNS records – A records, MX records, NS records, CNAME, etc.

Branded Free Email addresses

You can use your branded email addresses such as John@yourdomain.co.nr at your very own domain name. Create as many e-mail addresses as you wish.

Unlimited number of Free Subdomains

It is possible to create subdomains of your free domain name such as forums.yourdomain.co.nr and point them to your other websites or to another section of your current website.

Unlimited Free URL Forwarding

You can even host your website with a free web hosting provider that do not support domain names hosting. In this case you can use free url forwarding to point your free .co.nr web address to your webspace.

Unlimited Free Email Forwarding

Your free web hosting provider DONT provide email addresses? – Not a problem at all, just use free e-mail forwarding (yourname@yourdomain.co.nr) to forward all your emails to your free mailbox

And there might be some more advantages that we just forgot to mention here ­čÖé

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Yahoo Domains: A Simple Web Site Solution

January 26, 2010 Leave a comment

Having put up more than a few Web sites myself, one of the easiest ways I’ve found to get your domains set up and running is to simply go through Yahoo.
Yahoo will register your domains’ names for under $10 a year, though as of this writing, Yahoo is having a sale on domains for $2.99 per year. That’s a lot cheaper than some registrars I’ve seen that are still trying to charge $20 or more just for domains.

Once you get your domain registered, you still need to host it somewhere. Again, Yahoo has a simple answer, or several simple answers, in its Geocities service. You can plunk down your domains for free at Yahoo Geocities, but you’ll have ads. For a nominal fee ($4.95 per month) you can get 500 MB storage and 25 GB per month transfer — that’s more than enough for most starter sites.
If you host your domains through Yahoo Geocities, you’ll get plenty of tools to help you design and manage your site, enough to do just about anything legal you might want to do on the Net.

You’ll have access to Yahoo web page templates as well as a point-and-click designer, in addition to the ability to manually play with your domains’ HTML.

Yahoo also gives you choices for uploading, using their easy upload manager or the more traditional FTP for large sites. E-mail is part of the package.

A recent addition to the Yahoo Geocities tools is the ability to start and manage a blog on your domains.
All in all, registering and hosting your domains through Yahoo is an easy solution for a home user or small business.

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