The world’s leading content management system (CMS) has announced a 100-year plan. That means if you subscribe to it, your website or blog will assumably live longer than you. The company said that this overarchingly lengthy subscription is targeted at families who want to keep their digital content for long, for 100 years, of course.
WordPress said in its blog, “We’re thrilled to announce something truly new and exceptional: a plan designed exclusively for those seeking the ultimate in security and longevity for their digital presence.”
From the way WordPress is described, it’s meant for families or larger organizational bodies who wish to give longevity to their online data and not meant for everyday regular bloggers or website owners.
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For families and individuals!
As it’s clearly established that the 100-year plan may not be for all, however, it could be useful for individuals to ensure they remain up-to-date with the latest technologies that roll out in the future. Here is what WordPress says its 100-year-old plan is for:
- Families wishing to preserve their digital data such as their stories, audio-visual content, photos, documents, etc.
- Founders who want to sustain their company’s past, present, and future.
- Individuals who want to ensure a quick adaptation to new changes and technologies the future will bring.
WordPress 100-year plan cost
The cost for the WordPress 100-year plan comes at a $38,000 one-time payment. In turn, subscribers will get a 100-year registration, automatic backup in multiple servers, Internet Archive, advanced security, hosting tools, and 24×7 support.
Current-day computing and the internet are only evolving and no one knows what holds the future. Companies such as IBM, and Siemens are over 100 years old but each has offered different features in recent years. To say the least, the modern-day internet is just a few decades old and continues to bring changes. It’s only noteworthy how WordPress, with its bold 100-year plan, evolves.
“The 100-Year Plan isn’t just about today. It’s an investment in tomorrow. Whether you’re cementing your own digital legacy or gifting 100 years of a trusted platform to a loved one, this plan is a testament to the future’s boundless potential,” the company added.
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