Sitebuilder - A new initiative...

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Sitebuilder is the new initiative bought to you by some Yola Champs and Mangopear Media.com, we have a UK Site called Sitebuilder and a US site which is being launched later in the week.

We are offering professional quality websites for very cheap rates. Sitebuilder is offering you a site from £135 (plus $100 hosting). If you would like a well designed and updatable website, head over to Sitebuilder at: http://sitebuilder.mangopearmedia.com .

You can find our prices on the Pricing page, if you would like a website, Click on the Sign Up button and complete the form. One of us will then send you back a lovely reply.

Why not give it a go? What have you go to lose? You've got a lot to gain!

Kind Regards,

Andi North,
CEO of Mangopear Media.com
Yola Champ,
Sitebuilder Web Designer
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Andi North, Mangopear Media

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Nazlie

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This sounds like an interesting and exciting new venture, Andi.  Will these all be Yola sites?

Nazlie
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Andi North, Mangopear Media

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Yes Nazlie,

We will use Yola Silver to build the websites - using the CSS Editor, the Site Tracking and other advanced features.

We hope we get the customers though...

Kind Regards,

Andi North
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Hi Andi -

GREAT IDEA.

You guys should look at Canada as Yola/Google and a few of the media companies here just launched where you get the free domain for a year and $7.99 for Yola Silver for the first year. I took them up on their offer to try as I wanted to revamp my site quickly. (www.asmallbusinessconsultant.ca)

You U.K boys would take on the U.S. and not think about one of your commonwealth countries:-) ? Ok....the U.S. is 10x size....so forgiven.

I am doing work with small businesses here through a partner I just started working with and majority all will need a website. What we have been talking about is a cookie cutter offer for small businesses without a website. What I am best at is developing the site requirements/ content / adding SEO....etc but am not great at creating / modifying CSS within Yola. They want to be able to charge for the website and then many of these guys cannot update/modify/add - so this is something we would charge them for.

Maybe there could be a possible partnership opportunity. If you are interested let me know. It is just a thought as what you are doing is exactly what I wanted to do and partner with a web designer and offer a set package for a price. Yola is a great alternative as already has hosting and support - but doing "design" work is not my forte nor do I want it to be. Also don't know if you guys do any work with cart vendors when a customer needs more than PayPal. I myself use RomanCart which is a great tool and utilize it on my Yola site - a bit pricey for the average small business, but was easy to interface with using HTML.

I am outside Toronto. If you are interested, let me know and we can exchange emails.

Karen Fischer
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Hello Karen,

As you mentioned we should enter the US and Canada, all I can say is that you'll have to wait a little bit - about a week!

Now, I am really interested in CSS and I really enjoy working on the Yola CSS editor. I would be very interested in working with you, and if you visit Sitebuilder's parent site (my site) www.mangopearmedia.com and click on the Contact Nav link and send me your details we can get something sorted. I am really interested in working with you and I feel that with more people involved this could be a brilliant venture for Yola's users.

Regarding PayPal, I have never had a customer ask to use PayPal but, if they wanted I would suggest that they contacted their bank to check what services they offer - as they would be able to get a very good deal. I would them research different options, I shall now add RomanCart to my list,

Kind Regards,

Andi North
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Karen

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I will do just that Andi. RomanCart is a great U.K. product. PayPal is BIG here in North America as they allow Credit Card processing as well and though it is a higher percentage that a lot of payment processors - it is easy to implement. Talk to you soon.