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  1. cool-agent

    cool-agent Thread Starter

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    hi does any body knows how to get .com or any other simialr kind of free website.
     
  2. RSM123

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    Use http://www.google.com

    And search for 'Free Web Hosting' - but one caveat ... read what their terms are for 'free' as most use either popup ad support that your site visitors may find disruptive, or they cap bandwidth and if your site gets lots of traffic it will be taken offline once the daily limit is reached.
     
  3. Grendal

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    Come on....don't you have $100 or so lying around?
     
  4. BillC

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    You can get a .com domain name for under $10/year. Other domains are even less. Try GoDaddy

    And you can find plenty of free hosting sites here. Also, check with your ISP, they may provide web hosting as part of your service; mine does.{Comcast}
     
  5. cool-agent

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    I know thats is ther any hacking so i can get a .com web My dad wont buy me one thats the problem
     
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