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Following my post on creating a WordPress site, I contacted Tsohost who have very kindly given us two free Pro cPanel subscriptions for a year (worth £50 / about $85 each) on their lightning-fast servers for two lucky readers! The instructions for creating a WordPress site were created on one of these cPanel servers, so they will be the same. Tsohost have wonderful customer service as well (replies in minutes) just in case there are any problems!

If you’re interested then go to this spreadsheet and submit your name, e-mail address and a number from 1 – 1000 (so that we can randomly draw the winners). Please only enter your details once, any additional entries will be ignored.

This competition will be running from today (2nd May) until next Sunday (9th May) at 11.59PM BST. On the Monday or Tuesday we will randomly pick two winners and let them know.

Email addresses will be kept private (as always) however we will share the two winners’ details with Tsohost for obvious reasons.

Good luck!

About Harry

Harry has always loved computers and technology. He enjoys breaking his tech, and then trying to fix again (usually successfully!) and loves about almost anything tech! • Favourite browser - Google Chrome • Favourite PC brand - HP • Favourite phone - Google Pixel

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3 thoughts on “[Competition] – 1 years’ free Pro cPanel Hosting with Tsohost”

  1. Costcomp says:

    I would like to be one of the winners please

    1. Harry says:

      :) – as long as you’ve entered, you’ve got a change to win!

      1. Rich says:

        Thanks for clarifying Harry.

        To all: your email address is private and only used to contact and verify a winner.

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