Prompted by a couple of emails regarding the kind of levels of support that IncSub (do you like the final double barrelled capitalisation?) can provide and the answer generally being “Um, a bit, but we, um, aren’t a hosting company or anything” I was wondering whether there would be any point providing a kind of ‘premium’ service. Keeping, of course, the free incsub.org/yoursite areas for CMSs, wikis, blogs etc. but offering a bit more.
I figured something like:
-Domain name, 200MB space, 3Gig bandwidth, unlimited SQLdbases, tech support and all the other fancy stuff (control panel, auto installers etc. etc.)
-Design support, consultation, IncSub Association Membership (a bit like a professional society, we could even have an IncSub online conference / journal :o)
For, say, $20 a month or $200 for a year… does that sound utterly unlikely or impossible?
Sounds like a reasonable price. No more expensive than regular website hosting, plus the cachet of James Farmer ;-)
Affordable indeed….Sign me up! :-)
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