26 Oct

2010

Halloween Discounts at SiteGround

For this year’s All Saints Day SiteGround offers 70% off its regular price on hosting services. The hosting account you can get through this promotion includes a free domain name, lots of extras and costs only $2.95/mo.

SiteGround.com is one of the leading shared hosting providers with more than 250,000 websites hosted on their servers. The Halloween promo is dedicated to new or transfer users and for less than $36/year you get a free domain name, unlimited web space and traffic, unlimited email and FTP accounts, and unlimited MySQL databases, which you can use for activating any of the 50+ free tools incl. WordPress blog, Joomla CMS, Magento ecommerce and many more. Transfer clients get free website files and database migration.

“We are happy to offer this huge discount to our users and thus lower their initial risk on starting a website”, says Kate Ivanova, marketing expert at SiteGround. “Our experience shows that webmasters choose to stay with us much longer than the initial period they’ve signed up for. Furthermore, our users can benefit from many additional services and discounts and we are proud to announce that over 50% of our customers host at least one additional project with us. Reliable service, friendly assistance and ability to grow – this is the formula we follow and thus we expand our customer base exponentially for the last 8 years.”

Apart from the “Scary low price” for Halloween hosting accounts, webmasters can also try out SiteGround awesome freebies. For example, Premium Support, Semi-Dedicated package and Website Wizard can be used for 30 days without paying a penny. You can visit SiteGround Halloween promo at http://www.siteground.com.

Author: Hristo Pandjarov

Product Development - Technical

Enthusiastic about all Open Source applications you can think of, but mostly about Joomla and WordPress. Add a pinch of love for web design, new technologies, search engine optimisation and you are pretty much there!

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