Re: OT: Domain help
|From:||Sylvia Sotomayor <terjemar@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, December 15, 2005, 1:01|
On 12/14/05, Roger Mills <rfmilly@...> wrote:
> Dear all, esp. those of you who have your own domain names:
> A friend of mine, who is finally getting started with his very good music,
> needs a domain. Or at least we guess he does..... He wants:
> -- paypal availability (buttons) so he can sell CDs direct from the site
> -- ability to upload snippets of music (I apparently can't upload an MP3 to
> my free Tripod site grrr)
> He feels: "I can't use one of the shitty 'free' services becuase there is no
> way to upload, or have paypal options on those kind of sites. Plus it's not
> too professional."
> Is that necessarily true? Or has he perhaps just not looked hard enough?
> He's found one, on a Service That Shall Remain Nameless, for $8.00 a
> _month_-- that seems rather expensivo to me.
> Apologies for posting such an OT item, but I've learned that there is a
> wealth of knowledge on the List, not just limited to conlangs :-))) Any
> help/suggestions will be appreciated. Please reply offlist. Thanks.
> Roger Mills
>Hmm. The service I use for terjemar.net costs $7/month, or $72/year.
It's jvds.com, and I have a basic shared host account. It comes with
lots of bandwidth and disk space and is linux based. Brinkster.com,
which hosts a MS based website for me and a friend, offers sites for
as low as $4.95/month, and they now claim to support linux, too. I