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I recently evaluated both Instapage and Unbounce and found Instapage more suited to my needs as an agency owner. I love how simple it is to use.
I've been experimenting with Crisp.Chat, which does not record sessions, but you can literally pick any user at random and watch them use your site ... live!
Ahhh, the golden dayssss.
Looks like you have some story to share there, Tiago? ;)
This is very true!
Nowadays there's a lot of spamy services on the web and I agree the CMS's have a lot of advantages but also a lot of disadvantages, specially for those who think they know everything about a given CMS but actually know very litttle
I fully subscribe to the argument posted by Eric. 10 years ago, sales and marketing was being done in the old traditional ways, however, trends and events has unfolded a lot.
I, for one, before making any purchase online, I tend to read reviews on the products before going ahead. Thanks for sharing.
Well, Benjamin, I'd be more than happy to show you around ;). Hit me up at email@example.com
Remember back in the old days where people could only browse on desktops? Those were the golden days.
Really great article!
I've built sites WP, Drupal, Magento, etc. and I hated the back-end. It's not intuitive. No idea why they would restrict devs from creating our own content types, which is why I've been looking at Craft, Kentico Cloud, Butter CMS, etc. (they're all paid CMS). Been hearing a lot about Coredna as well lately. Has anyone used any of these CMSes?
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