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Free Domain Name Registration

If you are looking for a free domain name for your blog, project or personal website, visit SM.TV website to get your first five domain name for free. Yes, get five domain name for free. And if five domain name is not enough, make a donation to get VIP access for up to 100 domain names. I believe this is enough to run your projects, blogs, website and for friends too.

What features provided with your domain.SM.TV?
- comes with fully DNS configuration, e.g. A and MX Records, URL Forwarding, and CNAME
- redirect to your existing website.
- CNAME your blog to your own name.sm.tv website
- get your own email address. For example, yourname@yourdomain.sm.tv powered by Google Apps
- more to come.

Ways to make money with SM.TV?
- Register your domain name and make some money with your adsense
- Become an Affiliate
- If you have free time to answer our vendor survey. Login to your account, My Balance, and start answering Surveys to earn $ in your account.
- more to add.

What are you waiting for?
Register you first five domain name at SM.TV website today!

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