Free Domains and Free Hosting For Your WordPress Blog

May 14, 2007 by  

Perhaps some of you may recall that I hinted in one of my earlier posts about a contest I was planning to run where the prizes could include free domains and/or free web hosting for your wordpress blog.

I got this idea after the successful transfer of my accounts to a new dedicated server at

I’ve been thinking how this can be done properly without burning a hole in my pocket and still ensure the prizes remain attractive.

Offering free domains is easy but offering free web hosting (for life?) is a little tricky.

In terms of performance and redundancy, my new server should be able to cope with the addition of several new accounts without any problem but I can’t say that for sure in the future.

So looking forward, I am going to set some ground rules to ensure that things won’t go haywire in the future.

More details in my next post. Stay tune 🙂

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Comment by Kay Kastum
2007-05-14 15:38:34

Sound very interesting..

Comment by papajoneh Subscribed to comments via email
2007-05-15 09:25:52

OK, now im. From the office. somehow when browsing from my home ip, your server probably blocked it. Problem loading page. Even with MSIE6. So, I think my house streamyx IP blocked. Any idea how this happened Gaman?

Comment by Founders Cafe
2007-05-24 13:04:45

It’s crazy how sometimes people’ mind think alike. I was thinking about giving away some of my many domains as contests as well before you wrote me about this contest. The only difference is that I wasn’t thinking about free hosting.

Nonetheless, I think I have a few interesting domains that might bring some interest.

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