Giveaway: Professional Hosting with Free Domain and Free WordPress Migration from CMS Launcher

Hey guys! Today we teamed up with CMS Launcher and we are giving away  1 Full Year of Professional Hosting with Free Domain and Free WordPress Migration worth $59.99 to the winner and $25 coupons to 4 runner-ups, to try anything you like on CMS Launcher. Therefore 5 winners in total. 

CMS Launcher is here to make WordPress hosting easy for everyone. Get yourself a WordPress website or blog within 60 seconds. 

How to win?

Step 1: Enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter widget below.

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Step 2: Setup a trial web hosting with CMS Launcher and leave your comment or a feedback below the post. 

We will choose the 1st winner based on the best comment/feedback. The 4 runner-ups will be chosen randomly through the Rafflecopter widget. So make sure to go through all the steps! Good luck!

About Alyona Galea

Alyona is a WordPress enthusiast, focused on sharing interesting things she comes across during her work with this great CMS. She loves exploring new destinations and maintains a travel blog at

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9 Responses

  1. FascMonsters
    FascMonsters April 24, 2017 at 04:14 | | Reply

    Sign-up was easy-peasy and quick, and although I liked the offer to setup name servers for my existing domain, I did wonder how that would be accomplished.

    There were some pain-points in the payment form, however. The form didn’t indicate that a phone number was required, so my first submission of the form resulted in an error. I had to re-enter the newly created password because the form had cleared it. I know this is common, but I have encountered forms that retain previously entered data when the form can’t be validated initially.

    Anyway, I entered my local Argentine phone number, and again the form could not be validated. I’m not sure whether that was because of the +54 I typed in, or because it wouldn’t accept anything other than a US phone number. I didn’t want to have to fill out the form again, so I just put in my old US phone number, and that worked.

    The client dashboard is slick and immediately easy to figure out, quite possibly the best hosting dashboard I’ve seen. I love SiteGround but hate the user area. Flywheel’s dash is great, but maybe too minimalist and certainly lacking features. CL’s dashboard seems powerful and simple at the same time. I like the color boxes that very quickly communicate some essential counts and stats. Having support, and especially the knowledgebase, integrated so well is very smart. Don’t care for the script font that highlights the chat bar, but it sure does its job. I think it should disappear, however, once the client has clicked on the chat bar once or twice. The over-large phrase plus an ellipsis plus a curvy arrow… well it’s just too visually distracting to hang around once it’s made us notice the chat bar.

    All in all, it’s a great front end for cpanel, the best I’ve seen so far, but it also has cpanel’s limitations, particularly in its vague and unintuitive naming conventions, and the fact it takes too many clicks to get to the area to actually manage the site itself. Perhaps some configurable shortcuts somewhere? I want to be able to jump right to site management rather than clicking My services, seeing a list of products and services, then clicking an item in the list. Why do I have to click so many times to get to what is probably the most common area? To be fair, most dashboards built around cpanel have the same problems. I get it, it’s not hard, but why the friction? Personally, rather than the row of color boxes on the first page, I’d rather replace them or add boxes/shortcuts of my own.

    Other notes:

    Love: the Quick Create Email Account feature. Why doesn’t everybody do this?

    Missing: Where’s a button that takes me directly to the WordPress dashboard of a particular site?

    Overall, though, I’m impressed. A pleasure to use and discover.

    1. CMS Launcher
      CMS Launcher April 24, 2017 at 05:44 | | Reply

      Thank you for such a comprehensive assessment of our service, your feedback is now officially a benchmark for this giveaway 🙂

      We were aware of the phone number issue but didn’t realise that the impact will be so much, thanks for that.

      Chat box, agree, noted. We are working to improve the navigation, so again, noted.

      Button to manage WordPress dashboard is a must! Our team is already on it. Thanks for pointing it though.

      Your comment is a huge motivation booster for us. Thank you for your valuable inputs.

      – Vikas

  2. CMS Launcher Admin
    CMS Launcher Admin April 24, 2017 at 06:02 | | Reply

    [email protected],

    Your email to our support system could not be accepted because it was not recognized as coming from an email address belonging to one of our customers. If you need assistance, please email from the address you registered with us that you use to login to our client area.

  3. FascMonsters
    FascMonsters April 25, 2017 at 15:28 | | Reply

    Glad it was helpful!

  4. FascMonsters
    FascMonsters May 13, 2017 at 07:06 | | Reply

    I see I won but was never notified. Cool!

    What’s next? 🙂

    1. CMS Launcher Admin
      CMS Launcher Admin June 10, 2017 at 00:13 | | Reply

      Hi Rick,

      Can you add vikas [@] cmslauncher [.] com in your email list. I am getting knocked off by your spam service.

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