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  • niccy
    niccy Posts: 597 Forumite
    1and1 have no banner, thats why i went with them.
    Although i believe you have a choice to put up one and earn a commission.

    We have had a "webshop" for a couple of years and we still have small problems i.e the paypal cart seems to confuse a lot of people:o
    My wife makes the products and you have to make sure you have the stock available otherwise you can end up with charges for non fulfilled orders,so consequentley we at present do not drive traffic to site.
    living on the "edge"
  • Sky_Digiman
    Sky_Digiman Posts: 507 Forumite
    First Post
    I went with 123-reg.co.uk and get free hosting from Heart Internet. 123-reg.co.uk now have an improved support site, which is very good :)
    Also when you bought the domain for £6.09 (.co.uk, other extensions may be more) sign up to Bucks4Banners.net were you get a £10 signup bonus and then £5 a month for displaying the banner on your site, so you've got your money back!
    Thanks,
    Andrew.
    the Money Saving Expert team do not moderate forums, so if you see something that shouldnt be here report it! :beer:
  • niccy
    niccy Posts: 597 Forumite
    Hi, sky digiman

    that buck for banners looks interesting,

    is it three banners on three of your pages or one banner per page

    how long have they been going

    do they pay ok

    whats to stop people putting up lots of "free" sites and claiming the loot

    thanks
    living on the "edge"
  • Sky_Digiman
    Sky_Digiman Posts: 507 Forumite
    First Post
    They've been going since late last year. Theres a thread on it, here.
    And you put a banner on 3 pages of your website.
    the Money Saving Expert team do not moderate forums, so if you see something that shouldnt be here report it! :beer:
  • niccy
    niccy Posts: 597 Forumite
    crikey, i've just read the 22 pages, how do they make money:eek:
    living on the "edge"
  • kegan5
    kegan5 Posts: 646 Forumite
    I use streamline.net, never had a problem with them :D

    Also for those that aren't quite up on the web languages etc, you could use sites like https://www.w3schools.com to teach yourself :) then you can create any site you desire.

    I'm a web designer myself, and am happy to answer any questions anyone has...

    K :)
    No person is your friend who demands your silence, or denies your right to grow. :kisses2:
  • rizlaking
    rizlaking Posts: 24 Forumite
    Freeparking.co.uk is a good place to start for a domain imo and I use https://www.webpage-designer.com for my recording company and ended up having 3 more made by them. Cheap and reliable and very helpfull.
  • niccy
    niccy Posts: 597 Forumite
    kegan5 wrote: »
    I use streamline.net, never had a problem with them :D

    Also for those that aren't quite up on the web languages etc, you could use sites like https://www.w3schools.com to teach yourself :) then you can create any site you desire.

    I'm a web designer myself, and am happy to answer any questions anyone has...

    K :)

    that .w3schools site is great, i have been wondering for ages how people strike through their text (like cross it out) and now i can do it:T

    very good site,i can now talk to my web designer (13yr old son:rolleyes: ) in his language:rotfl:
    living on the "edge"
  • thebyp
    thebyp Posts: 245 Forumite
    First Post First Anniversary Combo Breaker
    I went with 123-reg.co.uk and get free hosting from Heart Internet. 123-reg.co.uk now have an improved support site, which is very good :)
    Also when you bought the domain for £6.09 (.co.uk, other extensions may be more) sign up to Bucks4Banners.net were you get a £10 signup bonus and then £5 a month for displaying the banner on your site, so you've got your money back!
    Thanks,
    Andrew.

    bear in mind though that if you have a high traffic site something like adsense may be better for you.
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