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We’d like to thank our site sponsors between February 1 – February 28, 2011. As readers, you can support Six Revisions by checking them out and seeing if they have products and services that you can take advantage of.

Site24x7

Site24x7

Shutterstock

Shutterstock

Top 25 Web Hosts

Top 25 Web Hosts

PageLines

PageLines

PSD to HTML

PSD to HTML

FaceItPages

FreshBooks

FreshBooks

Intervals

Intervals

Adobe Business Catalyst

Adobe Business Catalyst

TrackRecord

TrackRecord

Site5 Web Hosting

Site5 Web Hosting

InstaLance

InstaLance

Zoho Invoice

Zoho Invoice

ThemeForest

ThemeForest

Full Sail University

Full Sail University

This was published on Mar 1, 2011

9 Comments

It’s great news that you have got lot of royal readers as well as sponsors.

What surprise me more is how fast your website loads!

Kavya Hari Mar 02 2011

Hey Jacob,all these companies are doing best level and i personally like shutter stock because it has the high resolution with the reasonable cost.

Rakesh Kumar Mar 02 2011

Of course you have great sponsors. They tutorials and design really helps us to find out best of best. Thanks Jacob to show them.

Jacob Gube Mar 02 2011

Thanks everyone.

RE: the speedy load times: We use MaxCDN to serve images and big, front-end stuff to your nearest location.

Tech Crates Mar 02 2011

You have great sponsors…Ofcourse this is because of your blogs popularity

Brian Rowdy Mar 02 2011

Use most of these already, but tried InstaLance today. Gotta say it’s a good thing they list the service as beta right on the homepage. They’ve got their work cut out for them if they want that site/service to work.

Vladislavs Judins Mar 03 2011

How many unique visitors do you have a day or month?

Jacob Gube Mar 03 2011

@Brian Rowdy: They literally just launched so yes, they’re in their very early stages. I think the concept is unique though, and would be great for quick projects (like migrate my website to another web host or Write me a 500-word blog post). Both freelancer and client are connected throughout the process, and if the freelancer has a question, he/she can just shoot it over the client without having to wait for the client to respond via email (which, based on my experience, could mean days and one of the most frustrating aspects of freelance work – when it takes days for a client to respond and it stops you from moving forward, even for simple things like What do you prefer, example.com or http://www.example.com?).

@Vladislavs Judins: Millions of unique visitors per month.

Great sponsors. I live by shutter stock haha.

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