Win Free Hosting For 3 Years, CD Packages, Free Music Distribution and More!

Try out HostBaby’s Site Builder and win some really great prizes. The contest runs from April 19-May 15 2011 and the winners will be announced May 18th.

HostBaby’s New Site Builder represents a revolution in the way artists can easily build and design websites. The Site Builder interface requires no special knowledge or code to operate and it’s packed with features that make promoting your brand or band easier than ever.

First Prize:

  • 3 Years of HostBaby Web Hosting
  • Worldwide Distribution Through CD Baby
  • 500 CD Package by Disc Makers
  • 1,000 Stickers
  • 100 Download Cards
  • 50 Posters

Second Prize

  • 2 Years of HostBaby Web Hosting
  • Worldwide Distribution Through CD Baby
  • 100 Duplicated CD-Rs
  • 100 Download Cards

Third Prize (5 winners):

  • 1 Year HostBaby Web Hosting
  • Worldwide Distribution Through CD Baby
  • 100 Download Cards

Learn More About the Prizes

How to enter:

New to HostBaby?

  • 1. Sign up to and put ‘website contest’ in the ‘referred by’ field (You will receive a free 30 day trial).
  • 2. Build an awesome website using HostBaby’s Site Builder.
  • 3. Submit your website here by Sunday, May 15th, 2011
  • 4. An independent group of designers will judge the entries based on creativity, design and style. We’ll be announcing the winners on Thursday, May 18th, 2011.

Current HostBaby Clients

If you’re already using the Site Builder, all you need to do is to is submit your site for consideration by May 15th 2011.

If you’re still using the HostBaby Wizard and you’d like to participate, click here to request a Site Builder trial and become eligible for the contest.


Websites will be judged based on design, creativity, and innovative uses of Site Builder tools. The Site Builder is extremely flexible. Show us what it can do!

Submissions will be judged by a group of independent graphic designers.

Winners will be announced on this blog and by email to all HostBaby clients and participants on May 18th, 2011.


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