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So, first step I took was to set up a new sub-domain (I called it http://selfpublishingebooks.bizzydays.com). Next I designed website and published it to this address.
Then, I went along to http://www.DNbuy.com and bought domain name www.selfpublishing-ebooks.com for $8.97. The reason I bought it at DNbuy is because they offer a whole range of domain name services completely free (domain parking, URL re-direction, e-mail re-direction, etc.).
Once I had domain name, it took me just a couple of minutes (via DNbuy website) to set up new domain name to point (or re-direct) to sub-domain I'd just created (http://selfpublishingebooks.bizzydays.com).
I'm even able to 'cloak' address shown on browser's address bar, so that, even though people are surfing on http://selfpublishingebooks.bizzydays.com what shows up on address bar is http://selfpublishing-ebooks.com.
Finally, DNbuy even re-directs my e-mails for free. This enables me to create new addresses (like firstname.lastname@example.org) and have any messages that are sent to these addresses re-directed to my regular e-mail address inbox.
And that's it! A brand new website -- hosted and all -- for less than $10.
Now there's no excuse not to create sales-focused mini-websites for ALL your products!
Michael Hopkins is owner of BizzyDays eBook Publications. Visit now to download original ebooks for FREE at: http://www.bizzydays.com This article first appeared in Michael's newsletter 'Ebook Times'. To subscribe visit: http://www.bizzydays.com/free_newsletter.htm