Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 31, 2007
TribalPages is now providing a Custom Website Address for each of it's 125,000 members. These new URLs, in the form username.tribalpages.com provide a simple new means for TribalPages members to share their family tree websites while keeping the security and privacy TribalPages is known for.
Originally slated to be a paid feature, TribalPages has opened up the custom addresses to all of its members, free and paid alike. "When we saw the response to the initial testing, we knew we had to make this standard," explains Vandana Rao of TribalPages, "The sense of ownership is immediate--it really makes the website feel like it's yours. You can publish the site to your blog, email it to your family, or even put it on your Christmas cards and stationary. All without worrying about whether your family can figure it out."
Due to the recent improvements in their hosting environment, TribalPages is able to host these new virtual sites without sacrificing backward compatibility: old bookmarks and URLs will continue to work, and the change should be transparent to existing users. "Our goal is that users will only see a difference if they want to: and then they'll love it," says Rao.
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. Their 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