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whatthetel
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Use Blogger?

Post by whatthetel on Sat 07 Jan 2017, 6:35 am

Just setup each sub domain as an individual blog?

eg something.tel points to the new telnames template.

and if telnic allow us to add sub domains pointed to another service.

buy.something.tel
sell.something.tel

Are individual blogs hosted on blogger with a cloned telnames theme.

http://www.wikihow.com/Start-a-Blog-on-Blogger

Or host your tel for free on blogger and use a template that's better.

Blogger is not as bad as it used to be, there are lots of free ones and lots of premium ones that are great templates and it wont cost you anything for hosting, plus it has adsence integration and all the services plus you can edit the template html at whim.

https://themeforest.net/category/blogging/blogger

When we choose to use the NS of the new telnames, if they can allow us to add custom records eg sub domains pointing to other services but not their own, we can then clone the telnames template and host the sub domains on blogger for free, then just link to them.

Sure you wont get the in DNS storage, but you can then have sub domains and telnic wont have to provide them on their service.

And if we want a custom telnames service we can host our own on a subdomain or via a 3rd party.

But we don't get the DNS storage lookups but we do get the template on sub domains doing it like this.
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Re: Use Blogger?

Post by Toptel on Sat 07 Jan 2017, 8:08 am

whatthetel wrote:When we choose to use the NS of the new telnames, if they can allow us to add custom records eg sub domains pointing to other services but not their own, we can then clone the telnames template and host the sub domains on blogger for free, then just link to them.

Very interesting idea! I see two options:

1. You program a template like the Telnames template yourself

Advantages:

  • Small development effort, because the Telnames template is not complicated to reproduce
  • You don't need .tel at all

2. You buy one single .tel domain for every intended subdomain

Disadvantage:

  • High registration costs
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Re: Use Blogger?

Post by Ann Mike Matthews on Sun 08 Jan 2017, 12:51 am

Does .Tel mean anything in China ?

Advantages virus free,


Disadvantage Godaddy not interested,Telnic bad customer service 

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