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SM.TV subdomain service

News Flash! SM.TV subdomain is now part of KING.NET online buzz service offering.

Just a brief update, SM.TV is a free domain name service where you can register and hoping you will use it for a blog or website. The turn out of developing to a blog or website is very low due to limitation of knowledge and resources. So we had decided to cease the SM.TV free domain name service, convert this to a sub-domain with free blog or website where anyone can register and have their own website.

So here at KING.NET when you register for your account, you have to choose one domain name, etc., it comes with full WordPress blog script and 130+ free templates. You can start right away, post your blog, and add your google adsense code, post articles, introduce to friends, and start making money. The opportunity is endless, more niche website, and more revenue for you.

What are you waiting for? Go get your account and create your blog today!

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