Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 18, 2007
After years of tracking the disk usage of each of it's 100,000 hosted family tree websites, TribalPages has changed its approach. Starting today, users can share up to 1,000 high resolution photos regardless of the storage space consumed. By counting family photos, rather than megabytes and gigabytes, TribalPages allows users to focus on what's important: sharing their family's history with their friends and families.
TribalPages offers family tree website hosting for amateur and professional genealogists alike. The new approach expands the capabilities of all three TribalPages plans which range from Free Sites with 50 web-resolution photos to the Premium Sites with 1,000 print-resolution (2.5 megapixel).
"With the recent explosion in the use of digital cameras and the drop in the cost of storage space, this move simply makes sense, " said Vandana Rao of TribalPages. "We can offer a simpler solution -- and one that serves the needs of our diverse user base. The response so far has been tremendous."
Users of TribalPages.com family tree websites can take advantage of the new policy immediately.
Over the past seven years, TribalPages.com has gained a loyal following and an outstanding reputation by providing free and inexpensive genealogy sites while protecting the site owner's content and privacy with flexible security options. Its easy to use online interface requires no external genealogy program to use and provides some of the best photo integration features on the web.
Vandana Rao, Business Development