Are you a ‘Cloud Skeptic’? We invite you to try Everleap for free.

Michael PhillipsIn a DiscountASP.NET support ticket the other day someone said to me, “I don’t want to talk cloud. That is such a bogus term and concept.” I was telling him about Everleap, since it would have been a good solution for a problem he was having, but I understand why he reacted like that.

The term “cloud” has been misused and abused to the point where it has become meaningless to a lot of people. Often when we talk to people about the modern hosting platform we’re running here and say to them, “You might want to try our Everleap Cloud Servers,” they just roll their eyes and sigh.

So as we sat around the conference room table the other day, once again racking our brains for better ways to explain why Everleap is different, someone said, “I think our explanation is fine. What we should do is just let everyone try it, then they’ll really get it.”

So that’s what we’re going to do. We’ve made every new account free for the first 30 days.

You don’t need a special code or link or secret handshake. Everyone gets the free trial. And when we say “free,” we really mean free. It’s not a demo or limited specs account. Want to see how your app performs on a Reserved Cloud Server? Order one, it’s free. Want to add a Power Pack? Free.

If you aren’t impressed, go ahead and cancel – no harm, no foul, no charge. If you like what you see you don’t have to do anything. At the end of the 30 day free trial your account will switch over to a quarterly term and you’ll be good to go. No interruptions or interventions necessary.

Our goal here is obvious, we want you as a customer. But more importantly, we want you to see what we’re doing, because we think it’s pretty cool and we’re confident that you’re going to love it.

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