Why do you always add a hyphen before an "and" or "or"?
All through the documentation and webpages of ImageVue x3, I see: "blah blah blah Apple-
and Orange Juice". "Blah blah blah blah Pear-
and Peach Cider"....
FYI: No need for the hyphen mate!
Managed Hosting of ImageVueX3 sounds like a great idea.
mjau-mjau wrote:...we have decided to launch dedicated- and managed X3 hosting...
...but you can also point your domain- or even request a new domain...
There are a number of benefits I see straight away, plus others that aren't as obvious. Please contact me by private message or email regarding pricing, included support, and additional support plans and services.
Well done! Where do I pay? $$
p.s. When ever you write "can"
look at it and see if you should swap it with "may"
(or even rewrite the start of the sentence). It is more formal and better English.
p.p.s. You will need to make it quite clear to people that "the multimedia files uploaded (Photos, Video, Audio) to the server will remain the property of the original owner and that no transfer of ownership takes place (or explicit permission granted for ImageVue to use these files)
"..... Sites like Facebook and many others gain permission via T's & C's to use the files you upload in any way they see fit. e.g. newsletter emails, marketing, home page and example content, or even give to their partners.
I think that is one of the top ten features of ImageVue - you retain the right over the intellectual property as it is stored on your server. If you offer something like this with your hosted service, then I know a dozen clients / colleagues / friends who would utilise the hosted service.