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View Software - Landing Page or Website!?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Nathan B, Dec 9, 2008.

  1. Nathan B

    Nathan B Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I'm creating a YouTube View Software and I was wondering what would be the best design for selling something like this:

    A Landing Page: hxxp://tubespinner.com
    A Website: hxxp://tubeincreaser.com

    Thanks,
    Nate
     
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    I would suggest a website, If it is for something like a program I think more people would feel better about buying it from professional website. Thats just my opinion.

    But either way, If you need someone to design it for you I here xplicit comes highly recommended.... :biggthump
     
  3. Nathan B

    Nathan B Regular Member

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    When I'll need a landing page, I'll know where to go. ;)

    And also I was also thinking of designing a website that looks like this:
    hxxp://ampviews.com

    Think that would be a good choice?
     
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    xplicit BANNED BANNED

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    Thats joomla and I wouldnt go to that extreme, Just a basic 4 page site will do the trick, And when posting links no need for the xx's anymore, Just use the code option on top, its the #

    Code:
    So it comes out like this
     
  5. Nathan B

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    Okay, thanks for the tip.

    And isn't Joomla easier to work with? I've used it before and it feels easy to design and setup, or is there a reason I shouldn't use it?
     
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    If you know joomla then go for it, thats just my opinion, you dont need a big back end like that for selling software.
     
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  7. Nathan B

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    Okay, thanks so much for the tips and information. I will use Joomla then since I'm so familiar with it and it's easier to build a web page like that, hehe. :)