Get one year of Web hosting for $10
CNET exclusive! Whether you're starting a new business or just need a better home for your current Web site, this is one solid deal on Web hosting.
This is a rerun of a deal I posted last year. It was sweet then, and it's equally sweet now.
Is 2013 the year you make it big on the Web? Only if you have a home for your Web site. It's easy to find hosting packages for less than $10 per month, but 10 bucks for a whole year? Nice.
Update: Sorry, folks, someone forgot to flip the switch: The deal is showing as expired. I'm checking with the folks upstairs to see what's up. Stay tuned!
Update No. 2: OK, link appears to be fixed! Sorry once again for the earlier mix-up.
This isn't some watered-down package with limited pages and extra fees for e-commerce. Instead, it's pretty much everything you need from a Web host. One especially nice feature: 24-hour tech support, both online and by phone.
The bundle includes unlimited disk space, bandwidth, e-mail addresses, MYSQL databases, FTP accounts, subdomains, and more. You also have access to over 250 online tools, including support for WordPress, Concrete5 and other site builders, plus e-commerce engines with Google Checkout and PayPal payment options.
You can bring your own domain name if you have one, or get a new domain from Web Hosting Hub. Likewise, you can transfer your existing Web site or build a new one. Speaking of which, if you take your new site live within 45 days, you'll get a $10 credit that you can use for other goodies. The deal also includes a $75 ad credit for use with Google AdWords or Bing.
So, yeah, this is a pretty sweet deal for anyone seeking a soup-to-nuts Web site, especially one with an eye toward e-commerce. If you build it, they will come -- but you gotta build it first.
Bonus deal: Looking for a loaded laptop that's running Windows 7? Today only, and while supplies last, 1SaleADay has the refurbished Asus U57A-BBL4 for $399.99 shipped. It's a 15.6-inch laptop with a Core i5 processor, 6GB of RAM, a 750GB hard drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium. The only real downside is the 90-day warranty. (Also, shipping could take 2-3 weeks.)
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