Monday, November 5, 2012

Godaddy Promo Codes

Good morning, people of the blogosphere! You've heard me talk about getting a yourname.com if you're an author and today I'm going to talk about one of the places you can register, Godaddy.com, and some of the awesome promo codes available to you. So, buckle in and let's get going!

NaNoWriMo is upon us in its fifth day (oh my) and many of you will be producing your first novel. When I created my posts examining your web presence, I talked about the reason you need a website and how it should look similar to the other items in your online arsenal of presence. You might want to consider a website to promote that awesome novel you just wrote.

Godaddy is one of the places you can register a .com, .org, etc... There are promo codes you can use to save money on your domain registration. Promo codes = less cash out of your pocket to grow your online presence and get more attention.

As you can see from the promo codes listed below, you can register yourname.com for $7.99. That's a pretty good deal. Registering my own domain cost me $14.95 per year.


Anyway, I urge you to check out these promo codes and get to registering yourname.com. This is actually a pretty good deal. You can use the links below to navigate.

Godaddy.com promo codes:

Register .Com domains for 7.99$

Save 10% off your order-no minumum-

Save 20% off hosting orders

Save 5$ off your order 30$ or more

Save 10$ off your order 50$ or more

Save 15% off your order 75$ or more

Web Hosting from just $1.99 per month for 3 months! Plus, GoDaddy now offers unlimited bandwidth on all hosting plans!

These codes are valid every time. For more codes check http://www.domainpromocodes.com/coupons/godaddy/

If you're already a proud Godaddy member, you can use these codes to renew:
Godaddy .Com domain renewal promo code
Godaddy .Net renewal promo code
Godaddy .Co renewal promo code

You can also find Godaddy on Facebook and Twitter @godaddy

This is a sponsored post. All opinions remain mine. If you want to know more about following FTC guidelines when promoting a product or service, come on back Wednesday. I've found some useful information for you.

Well, that's all for today, folks! Until next time, WRITE ON!

Jo

4 comments:

  1. I pay $9.99 for the year, so that is a good price. By the way, I see you killing it on NaNoWriMo! Keep it up!

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    1. I thought it was a pretty decent deal, as well. Thanks for the encouragement and the blog luv, Heather :)

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  2. Thanks for sharing this. I have a website for my novel. When I wrote it, the idea of writing another novel was so far beyond me. I wasn't sure. Now that I am, I know I should create a "Tia Bach" author website. My only concern, how does this end up differing from my blog? Since I've got two more books in the pipeline, I guess I should get something author-related up and running. Thanks for putting this in my brain.

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    1. I see a lot of people get a booktitle.com domain. While this is great and gives your BOOK a lot of presence, it's not such a good idea for an author. You really need yourname.com. It differs from your blog because it should be all about you and your books, not anything else. It's essentially an information and sales page for you and your work. Your blog should be linked to from your site, of course, but a website is a must-have. Thanks for the comment. I hope I clarified, Tia.

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