Tier 1 - Showit

Website-Only Hosting: The Standard subscription includes access to the Showit platform and hosting for your website and subdomains built with Showit 5. You are able to make instant changes and updates to your website as needed. This plan does not include a blog.
 

Tier 2 - Showit + Basic Blog (Most Popular)

Our Showit + Basic Blog subscription is perfect for someone starting to blog or migrating from a simple blog service like Blogger/Blogspot, Squarespace, Tumblr or Wordpress.com.

Website + Blog Hosting: The Basic Blog subscription includes access to the Showit 5 platform and includes hosting for both your website and blog. Your hosted blog is a "managed" blog which means we assist with troubleshooting issues and have a 30-day rolling backup of all your blog files and content. 

This option will enable you with most of the tools you will need to successfully blog and includes access to your custom blog templates created inside Showit. Blog posts support: text, images, Youtube & Vimeo embeds, and the plugins below.

Migration: Currently we are offering basic blog migrations from Blogger/Blogspot, Squarespace, Tumblr or Wordpress.com with this tier included with the subscription
 

Tier 3 - Showit + Advanced Blog

This blog subscription is designed for users who are currently on a self-hosted Wordpress site, need to embed custom code in posts, or who need to use their own choice of plugins.

Website + Blog Hosting + Access to FTP and Database: The With Advanced Blog subscription includes access to the Showit 5 platform and includes hosting for both your website and advanced  hosting for your WordPress blog. If requested you can receive access to FTP and Database files for more advanced configurations. 

Additional self-hosted systems like Machform will require this plan to be configured. We provide limited support with troubleshooting custom themes or plugins that are used outside our services. 

Migration: This subscriptions includes a full migration from self-hosted Wordpress setups (posts, media, themes & plugins) as well as basic migration (posts & media) from services like Blogger/Blogspot, Squarespace, Tumblr or Wordpress.com

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