While at the event, I got to speak with Matt Toy – VP of client services. He works with all customers, from free to Enterprise customers.
For the last couple months I have been talking about Dyn for Enterprise, but with the home users version, you can do simple consumer items. For example, if you want to connect your DVR or a webcam to your DNS so you can log on and watch, you can do it.
Twitter started on Dyn’s $30 service. They grew from there. Small mom and pop shops can also utilize Dyn’s lower-priced features to get their business running on the internet.
You can find out more by going to dyn.com/podcast30. Geekazine’s affiliate code is Podcast30 (to use at checkout).