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I’m just wondering people pocket the first year circle discount when billing a client. Do you invoice them every year for the hosting yourself or ask for a credit card and handover the website to them? I can see in some instances you may contract regular maintenance and content creation for a client in which you bill them a monthly fee. But if it is something simple that you want to hand over, fo you pass the discount to the client or keep it?
Site URL: https://www.ineseohyun.com/ is it possible that i purchase hosting from other platform like godaddy and domain from squarespace and integrate them? OR squarespace give facility for uploading project like other in the form of cpanel ??
I have a website hosted at Squarespace: www.randomcaptures.com. I wish to integrate emails for myself and my employees as firstname.lastname@example.org. My question is whether it is possible to do it from Squarespace website? If yes, then how to go about it, because I don’t see any links on the configuration panel. If Squarespace doesn’t provide email services, what free email services do you recommend? Update January 15, 2014 Thanks everyone for their valuable inputs. This question has been running since quite a while and I must say, Squarespace should come up with an email solution of its own apart from templates, hosting and domain facilities. I have integrated Zoho Mail which comes out to be free for the first 3 users and 1 GB data storage. This was more than I required for my business to run for right now. There are other various possibilities for redirecting mails as described in previous posts, and Gmail was kinda pricey for the low budget startup. Thanks Shon for your advice. To add, there are hosts of other office management stuffs Zoho provides and can be used per your requirements. Anyways, people who want to configure Zoho to their website, kindly post here so that we are able to help.
Hello So my new website https://samtalks.technology has gone live. It is where I host my 80+ podcast interviews with tech entrepreneurs. However I still have to use a seperate video hosting company and podcast host for distribution. Both of these features should be added to SQS and turned into a new revenue stream. I know that it is possible today to host a video/audio file but the limit on both is only 160mb. Most of the audio files are 90 mins long and range between 250MB-350MB and the video files range between 750MB - 1GB. 1. Vimeo. - Video Podcast Hosting Today I host my video podcast on Vimeo. I only do so because there is a 160mb limit on SQS. FEATURE REQUEST: Can SQS add a tiered hosting charge so I can upload GB's of content per week/month and pay for the extra data storage? Today I pay Vimeo $67 per year so I can upload 5GB per week. Seems like a wasted revenue opportunity for SQS. 2. SimpleCast - Audio Hosting I would love to use SQS to host my audio podcast. Sadly due to the 160mb limit I host/distribute my podcasts via SimpleCast who then disseminate them to the endpoints e.g Apple, Google and Spotify and 20 other podcast sites. I would much prefer to use the built in RSS feed in SQS to point to Apple, Spotify etc and then use the Built in SQS - RSS feed analytics to measure my traffic. FEATURE REQUEST: Can SQS add a tiered hosting charge so I can upload GB's of content per week/month and pay for the extra data storage? I would then not need to use any podcast host. Most podcast hosts only exist because sites like SQS do such as bad job of competing with them. WordPress do a good job and even had dedicated plugins - https://themeisle.com/blog/wordpress-podcast-plugins/ I am invested into SQS both my clients and myself don't want to switch to WP 5.0 just to podcast. Please SQS can you consider increasing the storage limit, it can't be that hard. I can then bin Vimeo and Simplecast. I can then use the built in RSS feed and RSS analytics and keep my blog. podcasts and newsletter plus shop all in one site.