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Free Website for Your Resume

Candice Castro
Apr 17, 2020

Update as of 5/5/20 9:00 PDT: Our free domain giveaway has ended. We look forward to seeing the websites built on these new domains!


With the increased loss of wages and employment in these trying times, many people are updating their resumes and seeking job opportunities. The problem is there might be a lot of prospects looking for the same positions, thus, making it difficult to stand out in the crowd. So how do you navigate through the bunch and make way to the front? Well, be memorable and unique!


Standard paper resumes are great, but having an online presence can help set you apart from everyone else. It allows you to tap into your creative side and highlight yourself and your skills in an innovative way. We want to help you do that which is why we partnered with Donuts and .ME to give away a free domain name* for your personal website.


How does it work? You have the following TLDs to choose from:


  • .EXPERT
  • .ME
  • .LIFE
  • .WORKS
  • .GURU
  • .BUSINESS
  • .SOCIAL
  • .ROCKS

First, search for an available domain name. You will then be prompted to either 1) select a website builder template for your free one-page website or 2) choose the forwarding option to redirect your new domain to an existing site (perhaps to your LinkedIn). Next, you will be asked to create an account at Dynadot or sign in if you already have one. Once you have redeemed your free domain and website, you can start building.


It really is that easy, so take advantage of your free website opportunity and maneuver through the crowd with a stunning website. Give your resume a boost with an online upgrade and leave a positive impression with potential employers!


*Please note restrictions apply. Read more in our help file.


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Apr 20, 2020 10:48am
I think your bulk domain search is broken... https://www.dynadot.com/domain/bulk-search.html I get "We do not support domains with this extension" when I try to search more than one domain extension at a time (even with .com). One at a time works, but that defeats the bulk search... :)