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Anil

Hi, I work with the Six Apart team that creates TypePad, and I just wanted to make sure to mention that TypePad has *always* supported using your own domain with your blog. You can see this in action with examples like Wired’s blogs or Time’s blogs, all of which are hosted on TypePad.com but use their own domain names for the address.

04/20/07 @ 04:36
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Anil,

Thank you for your comment.

I’m aware that TypePad and Moveable Type by Six Apart support hosting one’s blog under one’s own domain. However, I don’t believe that feature is a part of the minimum TypePad service at the “Basic Level” that Seth is advocating for the very small. Looking at the TypePad pricing page, the capability to host a TypePad powered blog under one’s own domain starts at the “Plus Level", which, at it’s current price of $8.95 per month or $89.50 per year isn’t a lot of money, but is almost double [OK, 1.808 times] the price of the “Basic Level".

04/21/07 @ 08:24
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