This post is Day 7 for National Blog Posting Month on Blogher.
This has probably been one of the most exciting Bzzagent campaigns I’ve done this far. If you’ve been following me for awhile, you know that I used to blog under a WordPress owned website. This made it extremely hard to customize and make the blog my own. So when I got an invite to this GoDaddy.com campaign I just about jumped out of my seat. Included was an entire year of domain ownership as well as their top website builder services for free in exchange for my Bzz.
It took me a week or so to finally get to sit down and look over what all came with the campaign. I went to GoDaddy.com’s page and easily navigated to what I needed. My activation code from Bzzagent worked great and with barely any effort at all, magicalchaosblog.com was created.
I know what you are thinking… “Princess Mommy, your website ISN’T magicalchaosblog.com though.” And you’re right! This is where GoDaddy.com really excelled in my book. I set up my domain in a hurry, excited to tackle it and go, go, go! But I didn’t really think about everything I wanted to do with the site or what it most meant for me. I regretted having “blog” in domain title just in case I decided to do more with my page. I mean, yes, this is a blog but still. So 6 days after creating my site, I contacted GoDaddy.com. It was a Sunday morning of all days and times. I was impressed that they even had customer service available.
I spoke with Melissa and she laughed with me over my remorse. She was incredibly helpful. In no time at all, I was well on my way with a new domain name and all the tools I needed to get started.
In additional to the domain usage, hosting service is required for blogging. The Bzzagent campaign did not come with hosting services. I instead used a free year of hosting earned through Blogelina from a class I enrolled in earlier this year.
Overall, I definitely recommend GoDaddy.com.
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