|Number of websites||unlimited|
|Max file size||10MB|
|Use free *.boomla.net subdomain|
|Unlimited number of pages|
|Drag-and-drop user interface|
|Rich text editor|
|Undo / redo|
|Automatic image resizing|
|Automatic 404 redirection|
|Search engine friendly URLs|
|Access to the Boomla Store|
|Server side programming|
|Browser based Integrated Development Environment (IDE)|
|Branches on subdomains|
|Central login to all Boomla websites|
|No 3rd party ads injected|
For now, I don't. That's fine because Boomla is a lot cheaper to operate as it runs on a new OS that was designed to be much more efficient at hosting websites. It's called the Boomla OS. Of course, being cheaper still doesn't pay the bills, so I have several ideas.
Start a domain registrar. We have to pay for domains anyway so why not put the money for better use?
The Website builder is not the only app running on the Boomla OS and there will be many more. We could build an application store and allow developers to sell apps to users, taking a cut. Win-win.
Provide additional paid services, like extra storage. 1GB storage is already a lot but some users may need terabytes. We could provide them an upgrade.
These are ideas. I want to get your feedback to figure out what's the best approach that works for everyone. I also want to gather data to see the actual operating costs of the platform.
I understand your concern as I get this question a lot. There is none. Fortunately, I found a way to prove it! Sign up and create a website. You will have a website up and running in less time than it would take to google around for a proof. You will need an email address and that's it.
Absolutely. Please make lots of money!