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3 Deals to Get Your Website Up and Running

by Danny Zepeda | July 22, 2016July 22, 2016 11:30 am PST

Building a website from the ground up is definitely a lot easier today than it used to be. But there are plenty of things that need to be accounted for before your website is up: hosting concerns, distribution worries, and plain old programming questions. Grab these three deals now to have your site up and running the right way in no time.

Radix ‘.tech’ Domain

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1-Yr Subscription Price: $49.99 | The DEAL: $3.99 (92% off)

10-Yr Subscription Price: $250.00 | The DEAL: $49.99 (80% off)

Face it… the .com domain is played. If you’re building a tech site, jump in now and land a .tech domain extension while most of the good domain names are still available. Join current .tech endorsers like Microsoft, CES and The Next Web and register a .tech domain — at a price lower than a fast-food meal.

Eduonix Programming Language Bundle

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Price: $413 | The DEAL: $39 (90% off)

Building a site is more than basic HTML and CSS, so this bundle of 8 distinct programming courses walks you through some under-utilized web language disciplines that can take your creation to new heights. Learn Python 3, Go, Swift 2, C, and much more, and see how they can all work together to create elite-level web content. At 90% off, it’s the well-rounded web education you need at a fraction of its usual price.

The Complete SEO Course – Rank Your Website in Google Easily

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Price: $150 | The DEAL: $19 (87% off)

You’ve got a website…so how do you get people there? Don’t guess: understand how search engine optimization (SEO) actually works with this complete immersive course. Over 15 hours of content, you’ll learn how to turn your content and keywords into Google search results that will funnel potential users right to your site.


Danny Zepeda

Born and raised in Southern California, Danny grew up on a steady diet Pixar, Star Wars and Steven Spielberg movies. Unbeknownst to him, this was...

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