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TMCNet:  Over $141 In Perks With Domain Name Registration From InternetDirectSolutions.com

[January 07, 2013]

Over $141 In Perks With Domain Name Registration From InternetDirectSolutions.com

WALNUT, CA, Jan 07, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- This time of year, entrepreneurs looking to start new businesses without going over the fiscal cliff can begin with internet domain name registration offered by http://www.InternetDirectSolutions.com. In addition to receiving a custom ".com," ".net," or ".org" domain name for less than $10, hobbyists or business owners also receive over $141 in free perks.

These complementary add-ons include: a Starter Web Page; Hosting with Website Builder; a Personalized Email Account with 100 Email Variations; a Photo Album; Free Access to "Quick Blogcast" Tool; Domain Forwarding & Masking; 100 Email Variations; Auto-Renew Protection; Total Domain Name Server Control; Change of Registration Privileges; Key Status Indicator Alerts; Domain Locking To Prevent Unauthorized Transfers; and Reliable 24/7 Customer Service.

"Before I put together this offer, I was paying $30 a month for a .info email address that didn't really meet my needs," explains domain name reseller David Hooper. "I've endured all sorts of horror stories - from companies that auto-charged me without permission, to $300 mistakes when customer service couldn't be reached to install my script properly. Over the last 7 years, I've researched the least expensive way to get a D.I.Y. website up and running - and now I'm offering the same cost-saving deal to others." In addition to offering domain names for less than $10, individuals who already have websites built can buy hosting for as little as $3.99, spam-free email for 84 cents, and e-commerce solutions for $9.99 - per month. The lowest price hosting package comes with 10 GB Storage Space, Unlimited Bandwidth, 100 Email Accounts, 10 (1 GB) MySQL Databases, $50 in free Facebook ad credits, $50 in free Bing ad credits, and 10 free Fotolia photo credits.

For just $14.99 per month, individuals can received Unlimited Storage and Bandwidth space, 1,000 Email Accounts, free premium DNS, malware scanning, an SSL certificate with fixed IP address, $100 in free Bing ad credits, $50 in free Facebook ad credits, and 10 free Fotolia images.

"At InternetDirectSolutions.com, we are all about providing quality services and customer support for a sane price," Hooper explains. "This special offer is ideal for new businesses, hobbyists who want their own email domains, new bloggers in search of a reliable host, people who want to build an online store, or gamers looking for dedicated servers." What truly sets this reseller apart from the masses is the top-notch customer service, says David Hooper. He has filtered through multiple companies over a 7-year period to find the most responsive, helpful tech support professionals in the business. Individuals receive a money-back guarantee with their domain registration / hosting package, which is true testament of the reseller's commitment to his clients.

--- About: David Hooper is a custom domain name registration reseller from California. After 7 years of owning custom domain names, he is sharing the lessons he's learned as a small business owner and helping others find the most affordable, efficient ways to get their dreams off the ground and online.

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