DailyBlogging Giveaway : Unlimited Shared Hosting Accounts from Zyma Host
It’s been more than an year since we gave away anything on the blog. So today we are compensating for that and giving away a big price which can help you manage websites i.e. an Unlimited Shared Hosting account from Zyma Host.
Earlier this month a representative from Zyma Host contacted me asking if they could sponsor a giveaway consisting of unlimited shared hosting accounts to the first three winners for one year, I obviously had to say yes because the offer was pretty nice.
Just because Zyma has sponsored the giveaway I won’t brag about the hosting feartures or quality of the host. The uptime of Zyma is 99.99% as per WebHostingStuff (average of the past two months, including September 2012).
Unlimited Shared Hosting Account Features
- Unlimited Web space/Disk space
- Unlimited Bandwidth/month
- Unlimited Email Accounts
- Unlimited MySQL Databases
- Unlimited Addon-domains/Parked Domains
- 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
- Free Google Vouchers
- Free Transfer & Setup
- Free Tech Support
- Fantastico De Luxe (Scripts, softwares)
- Softaculous Premium (Similar to Fantastico, advanced version)
- Attracta seo tools via cPanel
- CloudFlare CDN (support)
- UK based server
- Detailed Features
Participate in the Giveaway
Rafflecopter has certainly made it easier to host giveaways, so just follow the instructions/steps mentioned in the widget below to enter the Unlimited Shared Hosting accounts giveaway.
Remember this giveaway is only for a period of 10 days, you can come here and tweet this post every single day to increase your points. Rest of the steps are compulsory to participate in our giveaway.
The first three winners (by points) will receive a hosting account each from Zyma Host. We’ll forward your email id to them and they’ll contact you further.
And the winners are : Sagar Gholap, Nikhil Agrawal & Rhonadale Florentino. As said earlier in the post, I will be forwarding the email ids of all the three winners to the Zyma host staff. They’ll contact you directly thereafter.
Finally, all the best to the participants. May the needy win.