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IMO, the $5 per month rate ($60 annually to reduce paperwork/workload) with files and photos and a little or no increase in storage would allow smaller Basic/Free groups to "donate" to help support your efforts easily. A majority of our group lurk, only occasionally replying to a post, but use the files posted in our file section for study. I know I would be happy to pay the $60 per year out on my pocket and not ask for donations.
Thanks for a GREAT platform!
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Mark . . .
On Tue, 20 Oct 2020 13:55:12 -0700, "Mark Fletcher"
I'm not sure I understand what you're arguing for. Are you saying that thefree plan needs to have more storage, so that we'll get more groups (of the
kind that will only use our free plan)? Economically, that may work for a
business model based on advertising, where absolute numbers of
groups/users are most important. But that's not us.
I'm not sure that most of his post explained it well, but I think he
was suggesting a plan between premium and basic. Maybe call it
enhanced (doesn't matter what to call it). Charge perhaps $5/mo for
5GB. Or instead you could make it a 10GB plan for the mid-grade one,
and charge $10. I don't think you need an infinite number of steps
between premium and basic, but I've read many posts elsewhere that
said they'd like to se an "in-between" plan that gives more than basic
but less than premium.
The problem is if you offer such a plan and it turns out it didn't
work out well, do you eliminate the middle tier plan or grandfather
then in and just no longer offer it.
I'm not suggesting an exact price nor how much storage or which
features to offer for how much. The above were just examples.
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