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Is there a fee if you advertise a Host?

read the title lol
I would want to advertise a host here, if it needs a fee, i wont. As basic as that.

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  • JasonMJasonM Member

    $200 for a year if I'm not wrong.

  • HotmarerHotmarer Member
    edited June 20

    Yes, you need to pay some money for provider tag.

    Edit: If you do not want to pay for advertising your hosting here, send me your discount offer on pm and I will create a topic as I found a great price and this hosting on the internet.

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  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @JasonM said:
    $200 for a year if I'm not wrong.

    oof moment

  • DazzleDazzle Member

    Cloud-V already a patron provider. They can post an offer here.

  • jmaxwelljmaxwell Member

    @Otus9051 said:
    read the title lol
    I would want to advertise a host here, if it needs a fee, i wont. As basic as that.

    Pay the bilohbucks and advertise all you want.

  • dustincdustinc Patron Provider, Top Host

    Advertise within your signature if you can't afford $200/Year :)

  • brejskibrejski Member
    edited June 20

    What about Host Rep? You won't post a thread, but you can reply with an offer

  • dustincdustinc Patron Provider, Top Host

    @brejski said:
    What about Host Rep? You won't post a thread, but you can reply with an offer

    Another nice perk :)

  • FrankZFrankZ Member
    edited June 20

    I can understand not being able to post an offer if you are affiliated with the host unless you pay the $200 fee. But if members can't post deals that we find around the web on this site anymore there is a bigger problem with this $200 fee then I thought.

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  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @Dazzle said:
    Cloud-V already a patron provider. They can post an offer here.

    Not Cloud-V, a Cloud Host of a person I know. Not ready for production yet, systems are good to go but pricing and things.

  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @FrankZ said:
    I can understand not being able to post an offer if you are affiliated with the host unless you pay the $200 fee. But if members can't post deals that we find around the web on this site anymore there is a bigger problem with this $200 fee then I thought.

    Truth.

  • HotmarerHotmarer Member

    @FrankZ said:
    I can understand not being able to post a offer if you are affiliated with the host unless you pay the fee. But if we can't post deals that we find around the web on this site anymore there is a bigger problem with this $200 fee then I thought.

    But you can post an offer as a user who found it on the Internet. Then everything is legal.

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  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @Hotmarer said:

    @FrankZ said:
    I can understand not being able to post a offer if you are affiliated with the host unless you pay the fee. But if we can't post deals that we find around the web on this site anymore there is a bigger problem with this $200 fee then I thought.

    But you can post an offer as a user who found it on the Internet. Then everything is legal.

    LET Moderation Moment

  • LisoLiso Member

    Why do you add lol to every sentence ?

  • PilotseyePilotseye Member
    edited June 20

    @Otus9051 said: read the title lol

    Read the forum rules, they are answering the question in your title.

  • john_sd3john_sd3 Member

    lol

  • DazzleDazzle Member

    @Otus9051 said:
    Not Cloud-V, a Cloud Host of a person I know. Not ready for production yet, systems are good to go but pricing and things.

    Let me guess. It is @TheSleeplessSysAdmin project with free VM he got here?

    Seems legit.

  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @Liso said:
    Why do you add lol to every sentence ?

    lol

  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @Dazzle said:

    @Otus9051 said:
    Not Cloud-V, a Cloud Host of a person I know. Not ready for production yet, systems are good to go but pricing and things.

    Let me guess. It is @TheSleeplessSysAdmin project with free VM he got here?

    Seems legit.

    its not him, its fyra cloud, a whole another host with their own fucking hardware mate.

  • ralfralf Member
    edited June 20

    Just want to clarify the facts, so I'm clear...

    You say you're 13. You've never paid for a service, but somehow managed to convince someone to give you a VPS for free. And now you want to promote some other startup company that wants to provide VPSes, but they haven't even started selling them yet.

    How can you possibly be qualified to judge whether or not their service is good?

  • LTnigerLTniger Member

    I would suggest these rates for LLC:

    • Advertising another host (not your own) - 99.99 dollars;
    • Submitting a good review about host - 25.99 dollars;
    • Submitting bad review - 9.99 dollars;
    • Submitting bad review with proof of sue - 0.00 dollars;
    • Adding link to the signature - 59.99 dollars;

    Just think about it. Biloh bucks crypto/NFT is so tomorrow.

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  • angstromangstrom Member, Moderator

    @Otus9051 said:

    @Dazzle said:
    Cloud-V already a patron provider. They can post an offer here.

    Not Cloud-V, a Cloud Host of a person I know. Not ready for production yet, systems are good to go but pricing and things.

    Frankly, it sounds like it would be premature to "advertise" a host that isn't even in production yet

    Once this host is up and running reliably for a while, they can apply for a Host Rep tag and then be able to reply to requests and to participate in megathreads

    (In any case, you would want to avoid making the impression that you're shilling or spamming for them)

  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @angstrom said:

    @Otus9051 said:

    @Dazzle said:
    Cloud-V already a patron provider. They can post an offer here.

    Not Cloud-V, a Cloud Host of a person I know. Not ready for production yet, systems are good to go but pricing and things.

    Frankly, it sounds like it would be premature to "advertise" a host that isn't even in production yet

    Once this host is up and running reliably for a while, they can apply for a Host Rep tag and then be able to reply to requests and to participate in megathreads

    (In any case, you would want to avoid making the impression that you're shilling or spamming for them)

    I will advertise after they are up and running, not this prematurely...

  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member
    edited June 20

    @ralf said:
    Just want to clarify the facts, so I'm clear...

    You say you're 13. You've never paid for a service, but somehow managed to convince someone to give you a VPS for free. And now you want to promote some other startup company that wants to provide VPSes, but they haven't even started selling them yet.

    How can you possibly be qualified to judge whether or not their service is good?

    Let the comparison speak from itself. From my PoV a YABS and the prices along with the support experience is enough for a person to let them decide.

    I think I did a grave mistake by asking about the topic in the first place. Now everyone thinks I want to promote a company with nothing.

    As I said, they have their systems ready and will launch in 2-4 Weeks, after planning the pricing structure and business model.

    And I will only promote them after they are launched and have been running for atleast 2 weeks with no problems.

  • angstromangstrom Member, Moderator

    @Otus9051 said: And I will only promote them after they are launched and have been running for atleast 2 weeks with no problems.

    Just to clarify, it's okay for an ordinary user to sincerely recommend a provider if it's relevant to do so (in the context of a given thread), but there should be no shilling or spamming involved

    As I said above, the provider in question would do best to apply for a Host Rep tag once they've been up and running for a while

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  • Otus9051Otus9051 Member

    @angstrom said:

    @Otus9051 said: And I will only promote them after they are launched and have been running for atleast 2 weeks with no problems.

    Just to clarify, it's okay for an ordinary user to sincerely recommend a provider if it's relevant to do so (in the context of a given thread), but there should be no shilling or spamming involved

    As I said above, the provider in question would do best to apply for a Host Rep tag once they've been up and running for a while

    I get your point. Thanks for the advice.

  • HostSlickHostSlick Member, Patron Provider

    Need money to make money :smile:

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  • dosaidosai Member

    lmfao

  • rofl

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