We’re getting closer to the launch of our new pricing plans on July 20th, and I’d like to take a few minutes to provide Network Creators with several additional details about the transition process for those of you who are interested in purchasing the Ning Mini plan.
For the launch of Ning Mini, Ning Plus, and Ning Pro coming up on July 20, we’ve been revisiting every limit that’s currently in place on your Ning Network today. And for each of these limits, we’ve been asking: Does it make sense?
We’ve shared many updates on our FAQ page in the past two months, but I wanted to dive in a little deeper here and explain why we’ll be removing limits that don’t make sense anymore and introducing a few additional limits that will ultimately improve the member experience.
When we recently announced our new pricing plans (which launch July 20th, 2010), we heard from many of you who were concerned about the future of education-focused Ning Networks. Ning Networks have become a valuable complement to many schools and other educational institutions by helping teachers, parents and students supplement class curriculums; allowing educators and administrators to share best practices; and by helping all these groups bring the vitality and vibrancy of their institutions online.
Here at Ning, we are always excited to spotlight people who are using technology to help change the world. This is exactly what Amy Poehler, Meredith Walker, and Amy Miles are doing with Smart Girls at the Party. Their online video series highlights girls who are changing the world by being themselves.
This Ning Network’s videos are a series of interviews. My personal favorite is one with Ruby, a 7-year old singer, actor, musician, feminist, and skateboarder. Amy interviews her and gets her thoughts on feminism. The episode is authentic and hilarious — and sends a message.
The first whistle blows for the FIFA World Cup only once every four years, but Ning Networks keep their passion for soccer alive year-round. When the 32 teams from all over the globe converge in South Africa this week, people of all races, religions and genders will rally together around their favorite sport.