The concept of offering a rebate for using a particular hosting service or services is one that did not come about overnight. Since the advent of the Internet, when business realized that in order to generate interest in their site, and to make money, they have been using coupons as a way to ‘entice’ the potential buyer into signing up with their service. Some hosting services have an impeccable reputation, and if you search on their social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and even My Space) you will see that evidence. The comments that ‘sing’ the virtue of signing up with that particular service will be in the majority. There will, with any product or service that is available, be the negative comments. What you have to look for is how many times these negative comments appear on that site or page. As was stated before, the positive comments will be in the majority and the negative in the minority.
Most coupon codes have a specific look about them (capital letters closely followed by numbers); this code is then used to apply whatever the discount is at the point of purchase of the service. A typical example would be HGFREE25 % (This is not an actual code so please do not go put it in on some service’s website!). The first two letters are the initials of this particular service, the word “FREE” means that this particular Hosting Coupon Code is ‘free’, and the “25%” only means that you will get ‘25%’ off of the sign up price of whatever plan you are purchasing.
Another example of a Hosting Coupon Code will be HG45DMBG (again, this is not an actual code, just an example). Again, this one has the initials of the company that is offering the discount at the front with the period of time the discount is offered (in this case 45 days) and the last part of the coupon code is money back guarantee. BestWebGallery.com usually has a good list of up to date coupon codes. The next step will be to show you a code that does not follow this particular make up. Take a look at this code: BPSUD20% – it is a 20% off of a business plan at a hosting service online that is to be applied at the time of sign up to the service.
By now, you should have an idea of what these codes look like and how when applied to whatever plan you are purchasing, they will reduce the initial price and give you an additional benefit right from the start. Also, as a new site creator, it would be a very good idea to familiarize yourself with some of the other benefits and codes that are available, from not only the company that is hosting your site, but from others as well. This will benefit you, in that you will be aware of what codes and benefits are on the market, and with a little extra research you will know how these new codes can or will enhance your site.