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Old 08-13-2004, 09:04 PM
Hosemeyer Hosemeyer is offline
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Lynent.com - For sale


Hello,
I had plans on making this into a hosting company, but I really do not have the time, and school is about to start.

You will recieve the site fully finished and intergrated into a billing processor of your choice, all you have to do is provide the content.

The navigation drop downs are very easy to add and remove sections.

It will come with one banner (468*60 size) as well.

There are no clients currently, as I only host my friends for free, so that would not be an asset to you.

Starting bid: $200

Ends when ever there has not been a bid after 48 hours.

Basically you will get a full website! Once the highest bidder has paid, I will fill the site with all the information that they'd like! It is a perfect turnkey solution, with virtually no work by the highest bidder.

You will recieve:
Complete website (With your own content!)
.PSD's
Fully HTML Coded
Banner (468*60)
The Domain (registered at enom)
Intergration with Billing solution of their choice.

If I feel that the bidding has not gotten up to a certain amount after the no bids within 48 hours has passed, I retain the rights not to sell to the highest bidder.

This is a perfect solution to any new webhosting company, or some one who is looking for a change with their current webhosting company.

Thanks,
Joseph Blossom


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