Are you looking to land a job as a seasoned designer, or perhaps get more clients? Maybe you simply want a place to show the world the design projects you’ve worked on recently?
One easy step you can take is to get a .design domain name for your website! Join companies like Facebook, Adobe, Airbnb, Amazon, and more and get a .design domain name today. Just click below to get 1 year of .design for free today!
.design functions the same was as .com or .org, but it’s more relevant to what you do as a designer. Unlike .com or .net, .design is a domain that matches exactly what you do for a living and makes your branding more elegant. It looks great on resumes or business cards.
A .design domain is perfect for:
- Business Cards
- Email Addresses
- Any Design-Related Website
This offer gives you 1 year FREE to use a .design domain name. The annual renewal is $33, which is a great deal as it retails for $70 elsewhere.
Your .design domain also includes free:
- 1 year of email hosting to create a coordinating, professional email address!
- WHOIS privacy so your contact details aren’t published online (This is free forever!)
- Free Integrated Weebly website builder (This is a great option if you don’t want to pay for traditional web hosting!)
- Domain connection to existing sites, such as Squarespace and WordPress
- Free SSL certs for added security for any online shops and for boosting your SEO ranking
- Unbeatable pricing for traditional website hosting, (if you want to keep using a website you already built, but want to host with us)
Maybe you already have a website name but want it to be more reflective of what you do as a designer. Maybe you’ve come up with a great idea for a website name, only to find that it’s already taken. Either way, here’s your chance to get a free website domain name that reflects what you do and helps you showcase your work.
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