I think most of the regulars contributing on Meta can see the revision history of your question but for completeness sake the original question I cast the fifth and final close vote on:
I own a domain and have a web hosting package at Network Solutions. I'd like to point the domain to my Facebook page, which would be simple if my page had a static IP. Unfortunately it does not.
Your first sentence "I own a domain and have a web hosting package" is what primarily disqualifies your situation for ServerFault. You're an end-user and not a system or network administrator.
The remainder of your question is, paraphrased, "find me something cheaper" which is of another class of questions that is not on topic either, that of product and service recommendations.
That is also the reason I did not migrate your question to https://webmasters.stackexchange.com/
Lastly your problem is far from unique and not very interesting to our community either, a tiny bit of research would have shown you that many domain registrars offer to redirect/forward your domain to another URL either for free or for a nominal amount, where the implementation determines if your domain remains visible in the address bar or not.
no less than FIVE of the mods put it "on hold."is entirely false.
I'm also curious as to why you think that I was "facetiously" emphasizing the word "business" in my "off topic" post.Because standard rules of verbal communication in the English language do not dictate that it's proper to use of the word "business" that many times. You are either being facetious or English is not your first language (and yet you somehow manage to have perfect spelling in spite of that).
My post was on-topic, even if it didn't appear to be, and I have since edited it to make that clear.It was not on topic, and thus was closed by five independent members of the site. An occasional misjudgment with a close vote is common on ServerFault. In my 7+ years here, I think I can recall about two, maybe three questions that had five separate people mistakenly vote it closed.
You may not like that I used a sledgehammer instead of tweezers to make my point, but my post is not (and was not) "off topic."It was entirely off topic. You are superimposing your own bias concerning the motives of those closing the question, and the motive you feel were in play do not appear to match with reality.
It's a legitimate business networking questionNo it wasn't.
If you have such hostility to people who don't have your in-depth knowledge, perhaps you should spend less time on StackExchange.Again, you are superimposing your own bias on the motives of other. The assumption of hostility where there is no indication of it perhaps reflects more about you than others. Your methods and goals were orthogonal to ServerFault’s purpose. Summarized: professional systems engineering topics handled by professional SEs using standard SE best practices. (My attempt at a summary of the spirit of the FAQ)