Dieter Petereit December 18th, 2014

Who Won the ThemeFuse and the PSD2HTML Giveaway? You?

Over the past few weeks we ran two giveaways where you were able to win attractive prizes. ThemeFuse offered three complete packages of one WordPress web site including a domain name and hosting for a year and PSD2HTML offered a 300 and a 200 USD value of their services. Are you among the lucky winners? Read on...


ThemeFuse Exclusive Giveaway: Win Your WordPress-Site Complete With a Theme and a Domain

ThemeFuse in its core is a theme provider but soon found out that offering themes is only one part of the three-part website creation process. So they decided to make it as easy as possible for their customers to start their online presence. First decide to go with WordPress as your CMS. Then start with choosing the theme of your liking. After that add the hosting pack which lets you choose a new domain, they’ll then register for you.


That's it. For more details check out our last article here.

The winners of the giveaway are commentators stooni, Marcello Bologna and Moosa. They have all already found an email in their inboxes. Congratulations!

Time to Relaunch: Win PSD2HTML Services Worth 500 Dollars (Giveaway)

If you're into web design, you've most likely heard of PSD2HTML more than once. Back in 2005, they were the first team of this kind, providing design to HTML/CSS conversion services. Today they are still the industry lead with their massive staff capacity and high customer demand. Alongside an infographic with five fun facts about the company, we had a total value of 500 Dollars in services to give away. The winners are entitled to choose freely which services they want to make use of.


One price equaled 300 USD and the other had a value of 200 USD.

Commentator Mindy won the 300 USD worth of services, commentator Petter is happy with the 200 USD value. Both should already have found an email in their inboxes. Congratulations!

Dieter Petereit

Dieter Petereit is a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called web design and has carried on ever since. Two decades ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. You can meet him over on Google+.


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