After I had moved to WordPress I needed to move Informed Comment to a hosting service that would be able to handle my bandwidth, which, on occasion, is quite large as I am a very prominent blogger. I mentioned it in my blog and Alec Kinnear, the CEO of Foliovision contacted me and asked if he could do something for me.
Foliovision set me up and the move was accomplished with minimum disruption. There were big demands on the server from my site occasionally and Foliovision staff put in a lot of hard work to make sure that there were no outages. They have done a nice re-design of the basic outlook of the site and that has been very positively commented on. People like it; it has a kind of nice, clean look to it. Of course, a lot of what Foliovision does is behind the scenes so my readers won´t know that they are getting this value added. One of the things that Foliovision has done for me is finding and installing plug-ins that are sure to work, and are safe. Nowadays, in order to run a successful blog, one really has to be more of a techie. I think bloggers need technical support of this sort.
Aside from those technical things, the most important is that Foliovision is helping me become a more effective blogger/journalist by advising me on fundraising. It has been a very satisfactory relationship so far. Working with Foliovision has been a very collegial experience; when I have asked for things to be done, they have been done efficiently. The more importantly, Foliovision has been proactive in coming to me with suggestions which have been excellent suggestions.
I would recommend Foliovision without a doubt, they really have helped the site to fulfill more of its potential and my relationship with them has worked out much to my advantage.