Greatresponder.com – 2010-08-09 – Domain.com, a leading web services company, today announces a new program to support America’s young entrepreneurs. In light of the recent news where county health authorities shut down 7 year old Julie Murphy’s lemonade stand, Domain.com is showing solidarity with all young entrepreneurs by making it easy and inexpensive for their parents to help them build a website.
With just a domain name and a website, the neighborhood lemonade stand concept can go global, and the truth is it’s no longer difficult to get started. “It’s simple for parents to help their kids start their own website,” said David Andrews, brand manager for Domain.com. “Creating a website is one of the first skills budding entrepreneurs should learn. There are three steps to building a website – name it, build it, host it.”
Parents can give their children a head start on school, science experiments, and the basics of starting a business. All it takes is working with their kids to register a personalized domain name and to create a website using an easy-to-use website builder that comes complete with an online store.
For the month of August, Domain.com is giving away free domain names with all web hosting plans. Parents can get started by visiting Domain.com and using coupon code LEMONADE at checkout. Web hosting plans that include a website builder with online store, photo gallery, blog, and more are only $5.75/month.
About Domain.com Web Hosting Provider
Helping entrepreneurs become successful online since 2000, Domain.com offers high quality, reliable Web hosting and domain name registration services at the most affordable prices in the industry. Domain.com’s full range of solutions to create and market websites includes Web hosting, VPS hosting, Email, SSL certificates, website design, and email marketing. For more information visit: www.domain.com.
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