By Derek Iwasiuk
June 06, 2006
Nottingham, England - New parents have the opportunity to register for their own free "tot.com" during the World Cup, thanks to a fantastic offer from web hosting company 123-reg. The company is giving away a free website address and site building package for every baby born during the World Cup period, enabling parents and grandparents to document their little one's progress during its first year of life.
The promotion will run between 9th June and 9th July 2006 and gives parents of all new-born babies the opportunity to share photos and stories relating to their latest addition with friends and family.
The free 123-reg InstantSite account will allow parents to easily create blogs and online photo albums without any previous technology knowledge or experience. In just five steps their baby's life can be documented from the day it is born, and kept safely online for all to see. The easy-to-use package allows users to decide on their baby's personal website address, choose from over 300 different templates and then customise the look of the site through the content editor. InstantSite is ideal for new, non-technical Internet users, making website creation as easy as 1, 2, 3.
"We're offering all new parents the chance to register for a domain name for their baby, to host pictures and stories of their development online, so they are able to document all those special moments and share them with friends and family," comments Mark Beyer, sales and marketing director at 123-reg. "It's just one example of the type of website people can create in only a matter of minutes."
For further information about this competition or any other 123-reg offers, please visit www.123-reg.co.uk.
123-reg is a market leader in domain name registration and web hosting solutions, and has 400,000 customers throughout the UK. With extensive experience of the industry, the company is able to offer high quality, technically-advanced yet cost-effective products to both businesses and consumers.
For further information, please visit www.123-reg.co.uk.