Why pay for your Domain Name

by Ken Tallman Pastor/Marketing Consultant
Stop paying for your Domain names
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Stop Paying for your domain names. You can get it for free why pay when you can get it free.

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About Ken Tallman Senior     Pastor/Marketing Consultant

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Joseph Botelho Magnate I   Investing One Gram at a Time
Nice job, well displayed you will only get better as yo produce more and more RevPages....once again well done...
Oct 23rd 2010 09:13   
Paula van Dun Magnate II   Retired
I am no fan of free domains for businesses. If a company can not spend a few dollars for domain and hosting it do never order. I don't have confidence in it than. Bot it is ok for clubs and private home pages.
Oct 23rd 2010 10:25   
Deb Simpson Senior   Health/Fitness Advocate
It's a good idea, however, if domain names are not indexed by search engines they have limited use. I'm all for finding good, free tools as long as I have a need for them. Thanks for sharing this.
Deb Simpson
Nov 9th 2010 21:22   
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