The GDI WebSite Contest

The GDI WebSite Contest is a chance for YOU to share your site, gain recognition and show off what you have worked hard to build. Many of our customers have built great sites using SiteBuilder, WordPress and our hosting and we want you to share them.

Take the time to submit a link to your site on Facebook or Twitter for consideration in the contest. Once we have all the submissions it will be up to GDI fans, family, friends and the public to vote. Entries will be shared on the official GDI Facebook page, giving any visitors a chance to vote for what they think is the best site with their “Likes.” The page or pages with the most “Likes” will be eligible for our cash prize.

The winners will receive a cash prize, have their site shared on Facebook and a special blog post, and also receive a GDI Top Design Site badge to be displayed on their site.

You must submit your site to be entered. All sites are subject to review. We reserve the right to refuse any site due to spam, offensive or objectionable content, and/or failure to meet eligibility rules.

Eligibility Rules

In order to be eligible to win a cash prize in the GDI WebSite Contest you must:

  1. Submit your website for consideration via Facebook or Twitter.
  2. Create your own website using any service. Replicated or forwarded sites (masked or unmasked) will not be considered.
  3. Your website must be a GDI domain, purchased through GDI.
  4. Entries must be from registered, active GDI customers in good standing.

How to Enter

We will be posting on Facebook and Twitter in the coming weeks asking for your entries. Simply leave the link to your website in the comments of a Facebook post or tweet us @gdicorporate with your site for consideration for the contest. You can even leave you link in the comments of this post.

Last day for submissions is Friday, April 13.

28 thoughts on “The GDI WebSite Contest”

  1. Submitting for your consideration in the GDI Website contest. Build A Band Workshops are an unprecedented collaborative; bringing musicians, singers, managers, producers, songwriters and many other music professionals together from all parts of the globe. The month long immersion in seclusion is all about music and collaboration. The objective is to form bands, create new music, polish stage performances, get bands touring and recording. Music is a universal language. If people from all different backgrounds and languages can come together to collaborate on a song, with positive results, the possibilities for harmony in this world are endless.

  2. This is a good idea. I am not expecting a win here, but at least, I have this kind of chance to really let my blog be known to each and everyone of you out there.


  3. Thank you Michael & Alan for starting GDI your staff is always very helpful &friendly.
    Look forward to visit Global Domains International headquarters one day.
    Barry Reed. Ontario, Canada.

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