Goodfellow Hosting announced its name change to GoodFella Hosting earlier this week.
This change took place immediately following Blue Aegis Software's acquisition of the domain name GoodFellaHosting.com, which the software and website development company has been trying to acquire since starting its domain name and webhosting services in 2002.
According to Roy Pope, owner of Blue Aegis Software, the name change to GoodFella Hosting is a huge accomplishment. To celebrate the acquisition of the new domain name and the name change of the company, the company has begun offering domain name registration services, at lower prices.
This celebration will last up to Midnight (CST) December 25, 2007, after which time prices of all products and services will be adjusted.
The company claims that enhancements to the operations web site include a searchable articles database. The site also offers RSS feeds to the article database so that webmasters can add the article headlines to their sites for additional content.
The company states that efforts are underway to integrate an Expiring Names search engine into the site. Completion of this project is expected on December 8, 2007, but could come even sooner than that if everything goes as planned.
Once completed, the search engine will allow users to locate domain names within the Yahoo! directory that are expiring, or that have recently expired. The search engine will feature display of not only the domain names that are expiring, but also their Google page ranks, and a count of both their Google and Yahoo! backlinks.
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