GoDaddy has made available the most amazing hosting offer eve!. Sign up for a GoDaddy Web Hosting account and get web hosting at $1.99 “per month” for the first 3 months. This is simply a crazy offer and you can only find it here at Geek News Central.
To get the special $1.99 hosting per month for 3 months special offer use Code “Geek77” Offer Valid July 6-August 5 Only! Conditions: Offer is for economy hosting plans
I have several short term special GoDaddy deals that are quite remarkable. These Special offers will not last long. Be sure to pay attention to the promotion codes and instructions on how to utilize them.
GoDaddy Deal #1 Free .info with $7.49 .com purchase
New domains, first year only!
Promo Code: This deal has expired!
Important: Once you choose a .com domain on the search page the .info will appear in the list and the price will be free. User needs to check that box and continue to the cart.
GoDaddy Deal #2 Offer: .co domain for $10.99
Promo code: geekjune
Expires: June 30, 2011
Godaddy Deal #3 Get FREE Private Registration ($9.99/yr value) when you register or transfer one or more domains
Promo Code: GeekFree
Expires June 30, 2011
This .co special is for a very short time frame, and is an “exclusive” offer here at Geek News Central. Starting “now” aka 7pm CST May 30th and for the next 7 days only you can get a .co domain for $9.49 this is a historically low price. Get your .co domain now to complement your current .com domain name. Follow this link for all the details. Note this is for a 1 year registration!
While not everyone likes the GoDaddy Super Bowl advertisements, you have to admit this year, they really threw us a curve ball in announcing the latest GoDaddy.co girl. While I am sure they used some video editing to give the new GoDaddy girl the figure of a 21 year old . I really did find the angle of the ad as the work of a genius.
If you have not seen the new GoDaddy girl, I am not going to spoil it for you as you have to watch the ad yourself. Congrats to the GoDaddy team for making me laugh during the Super Bowl, very few ads this year did that.
Bob Parsons is the man in coming up with a marketing message that guarantees everyone knows who the leader is in domain registrations is.
GoDaddy has been a sponsor here at Geek News Central for the past 6 years, this website, domain and a host of other sites I own all sit on GoDaddy servers and services. Save some serious money at GoDaddy by using my wide assortment of Promo Codes when you renew or pick up a new product at GoDaddy.com. Here are a few that have been getting a lot of action lately.
New Customer get .com domains for $1,99 use Promo Code Geek199
Geek5 – Save 15% on any order of $20 or more! Todd20 – Save 20% on 1 Year Shared Hosting Accounts at GoDaddy TODD – Save 10% on non domain orders at GoDaddy COMSALE – $7.99 on .COM domain names only works for renewals as well! COMSALE2 – $7.49 on new .com domains for existing customers ALOHA – Get $20 off any order of $75 or more. GEEKSSL12 – $12.99 SSL Certificates
For a limited time new customers at GoDaddy.com can save 25% on their first purchase. The promo code CES25 cannot be combined with any other offer. So if you have been thinking about setting up a website, or purchasing a couple of domains this is the time to save 25% by using this special promo code CES25.
GoDaddy is one of our key Sponsors for our CES 2011 coverage. They have put together a deal that is simply amazing. Until March 31, 2011 new GoDaddy.com customers can get 25% off their first order by using the promo code CES25.
The promo code gives you a discount on the entire initial purchase period, you can prepay for 3 years of web hosting and get the 25% discount on all 36 months. This code cannot be combined with other offers and is for new customers only.
For those of you that are existing customers we have a variety of non expiring codes that will save you a lot of money here at Geek News Central as well for a full list visit my GoDaddy Promo Code Page.
Posted by geeknews at 1:01 AM on September 28, 2010
This weekend simply crushed me and it hit me like a ton of bricks during the show tonight. Nevertheless the show has to go on. Details in the show and some cool pictures at the bottom of the show notes. Saw the F22 Raptor perform at an airshow this weekend and what an amazing airplane. Two new contest started on tonights show listen to win.
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Posted by geeknews at 12:47 PM on September 12, 2010
Welcome to the Morning Show, this will be a weekly tech talk show where I bring friends and luminaries on the show. While we will talk tech the content will vary from down deep conversations to the lighthearted. My goal is that you will join us live and just hang out. This is the first show I have launched in five years that is under the Geek News Central banner head. While the show and content will evolve over time, it will largely be driven by audience suggestions.
On Today’s show:
Rob Greenlee – Zune Podcast Manager
Andy McCaskey – SDRNews.com
Some of the Topics Covered!
Whats happening at Zune
Whats going on at SDR News
Dedicated Servers and Their Challenges
Amazon Micro Instances
Apple Reverse Course
GoDaddy is on the block
Death of the RSS Aggregator
Robbery and Facebook
Posted by geeknews at 12:41 AM on September 10, 2010
The Morning Tech Show launches on Saturday with guest Rob Greenlee, Podcast Director at Zune & Andy McCaskey of SDR News. We will start at 9am Pacific, 12pm Eastern for a variety of topics, some surrounding tech and other topics of interest. Join me here at GeekNewsCentral.com We will have a variety of guest on week to week.
Posted by geeknews at 7:48 PM on September 4, 2010
Over the past couple of months I have been exploring putting up a shopping cart to sell some unique items for the show. There are a 100 different sites that have a 100 different features but what I found was that most where simply to expensive, or reminded me of some of those old school shopping carts seen in the mid 90′s.
When I went over to look at the GoDaddy Marketplace, it was just what I was looking for easy to configure, easy to add products, no monthly re-occurring feed etc. I did not want to have to spend a 100 hours setting something up and what I found was setting the store up was pretty easy. We are waiting final go ahead from the partners we are working with to make it live but, this I could not be more pleased with the process.
When the site is up and live I will update this article and give you all a heads up on how the entire transaction process goes. If you want to see Godaddy apparel in the market place check out the provided link.
Note: While GoDaddy is a sponsor of my show, I do not make any money of any sales from the above, except my own site when it goes live. For savings on other products at GoDaddy.com be sure to check out all my Promo Codes.