Looks nice and simple to use, but I dont see ads. How will you make money/apy for bandwidth, or are you just doing everybody a favor?
Thanks. Its my theory that new sites grow quicker the more simple they are.
I was googling the site and I found that some people were having trouble understanding how to download when there were ads on it (too much confusion). So I've removed the clutter, will let it grow, and then place adbrite ads at the bottom of the download pages. Whilst its small it can run off of spare resources, when it grows it will have to pay for itself.
Originally Posted by taylorwilsdon
ethan, this guy runs PutFile. Its in the top 2000 on Alexa - Far as I can figure, they're not exactly "strapped" for cash
We are not VC funded like some of the other sites. We are a very small company and rely heavily on volunteer hours and user donations. The site has a very humble background and has grown in features as time and help has permitted: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://putfile.com
Last edited by ServiceProvider; 11-14-2006 at 05:06 AM.
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