How do I add extra pages to my iPage web-page?

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Quick question... How do I add extra pages to my iPage web-page? Looking forward for any response. My 2nd question... If 100,000 consumers are willing to pay a minimum of $60 to speculate on .MOBI HostGator names..


...And I'm going to use my MBA on this one... wink.....

There is ALREADY a fraction of high value consumers who are willing to pay multiples of that for great generic .MOBI names..

AND, there is a fraction of that fraction who is willing to pay even more..

So, TODAY, there are people out there who will pay multiples of registry for a great .MOBI name. :-).

Congratulate yourself. You've already won early adopter....


Comments (5)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

How many of you are signed up to use the internet on your mobile devices ?

Comment #2

I was once, but everything took so long to load and looked crappy on my phone that I never used it. I think I will use it again in a year when there are plenty of .mobi sites out there...

Comment #3

Same experience as most, so from what I see this .mobi venture is entirely.

At the mercy of the technology getting to a state where people will love to.

Use it and can afford it...

Comment #4

You donot have to wait a year any more. Sign up now and visit any wap based name or even google, you will see better speeds and fast loads. Let us know how much it costs by the way with your provider..


Do you have proof for the bolded statement in your post..

Btw, I like your fact based analysis..


Comment #5

On Cingular, if you do not have a Media.Net plan (~$20/month), web browsing is 1 cent per kb..

I tried out my HostGator ( and the GoDaddy temp page worked great..

My Nokia screen is tiny, so I will focus my content development on small icons and text links...

Comment #6

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.