90 Second Website Builder - Have You Tried It?

by bobcath 121 replies
Hi guys

I'd really appreciate to hear from you if you have tried

'90 Second Website Builder'.

Any feedback appreciated

Regards
Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author ymon
    I did not try it but those kind of software produces similar looking web sites.. so I suggest using either Dreamweaver or Expression.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rick67
      Originally Posted by ymon View Post

      I did not try it but those kind of software produces similar looking web sites.. so I suggest using either Dreamweaver or Expression.
      I am not sure why it matters that websites look similar. Are you assuming customers will think, "oh, this looks like the other one, and that is bad."?

      Customers are looking for content, not style.

      From what I have seen, some of these instant website builders give choices of several templates. On top of that you still can go into the back end and put in a different top graphic pretty quickly.

      Dreamweaver and Expression are great, but come with a long term learning curve and even if you know how to use them, it could take several hours to build a website with them.

      I would rather build a website in 90 seconds and spend that time on content and backlinks.

      Just my thoughts!

      Rick
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      • Profile picture of the author Rick67
        I just looked over the 90 Second website. Just an obseration, but it appears this is not Wordpress. It does have a blog plugin however.

        A lot of products for IM deal mostly with Wordpress. Am I correct on that observation?

        If you plan to purchase a WSO or other IM "how to" package, you may find the tutorials for that particular method aren't compatible with 90 Second websites etc.

        Just a thought...

        Also look at FirePow which also creates quick Wordpress websites.

        Rick
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  • Profile picture of the author Elliott
    I just got it and you get, I believe, 1,000 additional templates when you register it. That should be enough to create a lot of different-looking sites!

    I haven't used it yet, though, so for all I know, you can use NVU which is free, to build perfectly adequate sites. Update: Nvu is no longer available. It has been upgrade to Kompozer.

    Elliott
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      • Profile picture of the author moreno
        Originally Posted by shawoon98 View Post

        Is it creating wordpress sites or standard web sites?
        90second wb is basycally for standart website but has an integrated blog feature. Not made for wordpress but you can always attach a wordpress blog as with any other site by linking the two ( link to external site ) .A great system to boost any website....By the way 90 SWB7 as great bonus pt in forms , landing pages ,products ready made pages , tons of templates , tons of headers , video squeeze and more...all for marketers....
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  • Profile picture of the author tkdummy
    Was wondering if websites build using website builder like this one n others like hypervre, etc last long in google n yahoo rankings. will the search engine detect some kind of footprint resulting in generated websites dropping out of top ranking, errrrrm, right into page 47 where nobody ever bothers to check.
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    I like these software packages (like the one in my signature). They build pages in a few seconds, then you can customize them further if you like. Personally I think they are a real time saver. If you are going to build mutiple sites, you NEED to automate through either software or outsourcing and software usually is more affordable.
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Rik & Ymon thanks for the reply, for your advice about compatibility Rik.

    Elliot, appreciate your input too, have you had a chance to try it yet, is it ok?

    Sparkie and Eikat, I'll check these out too.

    I've tried a few of the free ones, but what attracted me to 90 second WSB was the static insertion, meaning that whatever you drag and drop into it doesn't upset the formatting as happens with others.

    Really appreciate your input guys, any other comments?

    Thanks
    Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author jrsencio
    Some people say website builders leave a footprint.. any ideas on that?

    Thanks
    Roy
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    • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
      Originally Posted by jrsencio View Post

      Some people say website builders leave a footprint.. any ideas on that?

      Thanks
      Roy
      thats why you always should edit the templates of those web site builders, make them unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author images
    it is really wysiwyg web builder 5 just resold and repackaged with free addons
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    • Profile picture of the author Pubster
      Originally Posted by images View Post

      it is really wysiwyg web builder 5 just resold and repackaged with free addons
      When you download the 90 Second package the file name is webbuilder5. Although as you say with the Bonuses and add-ons I am hoping the extra value outweighs the price difference of the programs.
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Images

    I've checked both and it seems you may be right! Both look very much the same to me. Thanks for this observation, it helps.

    Zm good point taken.

    Bobby
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    • Profile picture of the author SiRod
      Yes also tried it. Very good.
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Thanks Georg

    Bobby
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    • Profile picture of the author greg_hughes
      >>>those kind of software produces similar looking web sites

      You must mean template-driven online builders? 90 Second Website Builder isn't that. It is an OFFLINE software application - and is NOT template driven. It generates conventional html code - the same code used by Dreamweaver, FrontPage, Nvu, etc. There are some templates available, but most sites designed with 90 Second Website Builder are ORIGINAL designs. That is it's strength. It's easier to build a site from scratch with it due to the ease of the interface. Here's one built with it: bonboncharms.com


      Sites built with 90 Second Website Builder create no "footprint" for SEO. The code generated is the SAME as any conventional html web design software. The difference between 90 Second Website Builder and Dreamweaver, FPage, etc is it's FRONT-END interface. The finished product is a conventionally generated html web page.

      90 Second Website Builder is best for folks that don't want the learning curve or the high price of Dreamweaver or Fpage.

      Nvu can do what DW and FPage can do as well and is free, but many find it very difficult to learn.

      I personally have been using DW for many years , so I am used to it, like it and know it well, but we are finding that many people that do not want to take the time to learn it and love 90 Sec because they can build a site very quickly with it.


      >>>Just an obseration, but it appears this is not Wordpress.

      Right... it is NOT WordPress. It is a web design program. Word Press is a BLOG generator. If you want WordPress, you install it on your hosting account and make a blog. If you want to design an original website you use software like Dreamweaver, FPage, Nvu or 90 Second Website Builder.


      >>>>Xsitepro.com is also another excellent website builder and it has more features than any other website building program I've seen.

      Yes it is a good one. 90 Second Website Builder compares to it well.


      >>>90Second builder website has no contact of any type.

      Look at the bottom of the index page. 90 Second Website Builder is marketed by Teknon Media - same company that owns Black Wire Hosting.
      Address and phone are listed.

      >>>t is really wysiwyg web builder 5 just resold and repackaged with free addons

      Almost....But not quite. The programmer that created wysiwig also designed 90 Second Website Builder, so they are very similar interfaces. But the packages are not the same at all. Blue Voda also uses this same programmer for their site builder, but their version is limited to be used with their hosting service only. 90 Sec can be used with any host.


      Hope that Helps

      - Greg
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      • Profile picture of the author eglobalbrad
        That's a really good summary with 90 Second Website Builder. I'm torn with XSite Pro2 and the 90 Second Website builder. 90 SWB Pro is $97 and gives a ton of good bonuses too. I suppose I'll try both of them to see which one I like the best.
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        • Profile picture of the author vhfaloha
          Originally Posted by eglobalbrad View Post

          That's a really good summary with 90 Second Website Builder. I'm torn with XSite Pro2 and the 90 Second Website builder. 90 SWB Pro is $97 and gives a ton of good bonuses too. I suppose I'll try both of them to see which one I like the best.
          Shop around, you can buy it for less.
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      • Profile picture of the author Pubster
        Originally Posted by greg_hughes View Post

        >>>those kind of software produces similar looking web sites

        You must mean template-driven online builders? 90 Second Website Builder isn't that. It is an OFFLINE software application - and is NOT template driven. It generates conventional html code - the same code used by Dreamweaver, FrontPage, Nvu, etc. There are some templates available, but most sites designed with 90 Second Website Builder are ORIGINAL designs. That is it's strength. It's easier to build a site from scratch with it due to the ease of the interface. Here's one built with it: bonboncharms.com


        Sites built with 90 Second Website Builder create no "footprint" for SEO. The code generated is the SAME as any conventional html web design software. The difference between 90 Second Website Builder and Dreamweaver, FPage, etc is it's FRONT-END interface. The finished product is a conventionally generated html web page.

        90 Second Website Builder is best for folks that don't want the learning curve or the high price of Dreamweaver or Fpage.

        Nvu can do what DW and FPage can do as well and is free, but many find it very difficult to learn.

        I personally have been using DW for many years , so I am used to it, like it and know it well, but we are finding that many people that do not want to take the time to learn it and love 90 Sec because they can build a site very quickly with it.


        >>>Just an obseration, but it appears this is not Wordpress.

        Right... it is NOT WordPress. It is a web design program. Word Press is a BLOG generator. If you want WordPress, you install it on your hosting account and make a blog. If you want to design an original website you use software like Dreamweaver, FPage, Nvu or 90 Second Website Builder.


        >>>>Xsitepro.com is also another excellent website builder and it has more features than any other website building program I've seen.

        Yes it is a good one. 90 Second Website Builder compares to it well.


        >>>90Second builder website has no contact of any type.

        Look at the bottom of the index page. 90 Second Website Builder is marketed by Teknon Media - same company that owns Black Wire Hosting.
        Address and phone are listed.

        >>>t is really wysiwyg web builder 5 just resold and repackaged with free addons

        Almost....But not quite. The programmer that created wysiwig also designed 90 Second Website Builder, so they are very similar interfaces. But the packages are not the same at all. Blue Voda also uses this same programmer for their site builder, but their version is limited to be used with their hosting service only. 90 Sec can be used with any host.


        Hope that Helps

        - Greg
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  • Profile picture of the author bekkinz
    yeah, i have to say if you want more out of your site you would need to put more than 90 seconds into it
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    • Profile picture of the author greg_hughes
      It's just a product name.

      Although, we have actually built functioning websites in 90 seconds with it, but we aren't suggesting that ALL websites should be built in 90 seconds.

      It's just a fun title for a product that is very easy and fast to use.

      How GOOD your site looks is dependent on how creative you are no matter what you design with.

      - Greg
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      • Profile picture of the author gcintermed
        Greg,

        I appreciate your replies in this thread. But it's not clear what your relationship is to this program. Are you with the company that developed it? I noticed that you are the author of several of the bonuses that come with the program.

        I am seriously considering buying it. I was also looking at XSitePro, but this looks easier to learn... and cheaper

        Thanks,
        Gene
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        • Profile picture of the author greg_hughes
          Originally Posted by gcintermed View Post

          Greg,

          I appreciate your replies in this thread. But it's not clear what your relationship is to this program. Are you with the company that developed it? I noticed that you are the author of several of the bonuses that come with the program.

          I am seriously considering buying it. I was also looking at XSitePro, but this looks easier to learn... and cheaper

          Thanks,
          Gene

          Hi, Gene:
          Yes...I own the company that markets 90 Second Website Builder.
          Sorry if that wasn't clear.

          Thanks,
          - Greg
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          • Profile picture of the author gates17
            Greg- If I was to buy the 90 second wonder would I get life-time upgrades, if ever offered?
            Thanks- from a fellow Oregonian (Gresham)
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            • Profile picture of the author Pubster
              I bought it a couple of days ago and think I'm going to love it. I was using NVU, but found I could do the same thing with 90 Second, but much, much easier.
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          • Profile picture of the author Blaze215
            Originally Posted by greg_hughes View Post

            Hi, Gene:
            Yes...I own the company that markets 90 Second Website Builder.
            Sorry if that wasn't clear.

            Thanks,
            - Greg
            Greg,
            Can you give us a list of sites that have been created with this software? The site with the charms was very attractive.

            Thanks,

            John
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelbeauchamp
    Hi,

    some people take things so literally don't they? "need to put more than 90 seconds into it"

    Just my opinion, but it looks to me like a WYSIWYG editor with some nice tools built in to quickly create & edit some nice looking graphics and other elements.

    I think the sales page looks good and the product looks good. If I were in the market, I'd be very tempted to buy it. And no worries about footprints either.

    Cheers,

    Michael
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  • Profile picture of the author jackbp
    Hi Bob....

    Just a couple of thoughts I had when I saw it today....it arrived from Joe Robson of Newbieclub fame.......

    Honestly, I'm just learning all this IM stuff and HTML is a little foreign to me at this stage. I have the new Dreamweaver and XsitePro but like a lot of folks I've done more talking than doing.

    What did appeal to me with this program is not how easy it is to publish a site to the web, but rather how easy it would be to get ideas of what I wanted any given site to look like.

    I'm a Mechanical Engineer by trade and do a lot of layout work for new design piping and equipment......the hardest part of that is merely getting started. Years ago (40 to be accurate) a senior piping guy watched me struggle with a blank drawing for a piping layout....he walked over to my board.....nudged me aside ....took my straight edge and drew a horizontal line at the bottom of the drawing...he then said, "Anytime your stuck just do that and you'll never be stuck again"....he was right....essentially, in IM terms, it's "DO SOMETHING".....the old Chinese proverb, "The longest journey starts with the first step." The Nike adage, "Just Do It".....you get the point.

    I see this program as a way to get started with an idea, a concept if you will and then translate it into whatever program I want if the code the wysiwyg creates is not up to par....or better yet, hand the design I come up with to some outsourced Web Designer.......no more back and forth about concept, layout, and design.

    Just my take on the program for what it's worth.......
    Good Luck,

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    • Profile picture of the author philbowman
      Yes Jack, I like your thoughts. I to am learning HTML, but you're right...outsource...
      and get the job done.
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Hey Jack

    Thanks for the words of wisdom, I agree 100%. Too much talking and not enough doing is something we all suffer from.

    I now think 90 sec WSB is a good and easy to use software, thank you to all for your perspectives, much appreciated.

    Regards
    Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author nanohits
    How much is it anyway and is it easy to build ladning pages likes selling a ebook or product? If not what program do you recommend for it?
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Bugh

    No I didn't, but thats no reflection on the programme, I'm still hunting around, now looking at xsitepro. I do take a long time to decide!

    Bobby
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    • Profile picture of the author nolachief
      still shopping, huh? it's a pretty great product for a not so great price tag...........When i was doing carpentry i had more that one hammer!!.. give it a try. later, when all that cash flows in, get xsitepro, also.... not necessarily in that order.
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      • Profile picture of the author nolachief
        one more thing.... if you get a 1 year account through black wire hosting, you get the 90 second software free, i believe..... i'm not an affiliate
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      • Profile picture of the author bobcath
        Originally Posted by nolachief View Post

        ....When i was doing carpentry i had more than one hammer!!..
        Nolachief

        Good point, made me laugh too! Also thanks for the info.

        Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author davevita
    I can grab a template in 90 seconds. What I need is 90 second "kickass sales page writer".
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  • Profile picture of the author Ahmedelhamahmy
    Hello bobcath,
    I have seen your Post about 90 sec website builder
    and I am wondering if you found it useful to be used or not,
    I am planning to build a website for my business as Desert safari guide

    appreciate your feed back
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    • Profile picture of the author philbowman
      Hey bobcath...I also have been hunting around, so I took Jacks advise and
      decided to outsource..."get the job done". A friend of mine recommended "Dreamweaver", but he's a programmer, I'm not. Good luck.
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    Ahmed

    No I didn't purchase it. Decided to purchase Xsitepro instead. More expensive but I like it.

    Phil, yes there's a lot to be said for paying an expert to do the job for you!

    Thanks
    Bobby
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    • Profile picture of the author moreno
      Originally Posted by bobcath View Post

      Ahmed

      No I didn't purchase it. Decided to purchase Xsitepro instead. More expensive but I like it.

      Phil, yes there's a lot to be said for paying an expert to do the job for you!

      Thanks
      Bobby
      Hi i read all the post ...let tell you somenthing : i own and use XSITE PRO and i own and use 90second website builder.What's the difference ?
      With xsite pro you become mad working with table and having object moving in the wrong place all the time + you cannot layer object the way you want + if you want to use a different autoresponder you gonna run into troubles .....( i find a way to do it but i spend long time search by myself...'cause i use another autoresponder and idid not want to change ..) Xsp has many nice and useful features but 90 wsb have them too ! The website you build with XSP they are all square ...and , so to say , usual as everyone else.
      What i like about 90 sec. is that you get TOTAL FREEDOM of design and you can build incredible Squeeze pages and Landing pages +you get bonus many premade squeeze and and landing pages and you can REALLY CUSTOMIZE them as you like .
      Idid much better pages with 90se. with fun while with XSP i run into frustration many time..
      inserting autoresponder , video anything it's a breeze.
      For seo it's as good as XSP and for affiliate market it's much better in my opinion.
      I have to say i really enjoy working with 90 sec. , i create some very nice screen for my video and more all in no time with fun.
      BUT the BIG difference it's that XSP is an html editor and 90 sec. it's an HTml GENERATOR .....HUGE DIFFERENCE!!!!!
      I can upload any sale/ index / download page from my PLR product and any pre made opt in form very fast while with XSP i run into problem most of the time or i have to work hard and the result are NEVER good enough for me.
      conclusion , if you ask me : no doubt 90SEC. its really a great site builder, beside you don't need to use template to create your site but you can build totally free .

      Everything change GREGG is supporting well , he was just busy to add alot of new features , really incredible one , like mobile options , mobile template and so much more ALL FOR FREE!!!
      NOW THE 90SWB IS , IN MY OPINION THE BEST SITE BUILDER ON THE MARKET !! You can even build membership site and you get 30 days trial , so you can see by yourself.
      I made a review , if you are inrerested , here Http//:buildabusinesswebsitenow.com find the page for 90 second website builder review and enjoy , after that get your free copy and just have fun creating OUTSTANDING SITE , SQUEEZE , LANDING WITH NO LIMITS....REALLY THE BENEFITS ARE TOO MANY TO MENTION HERE .
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    • Profile picture of the author AlaskaBorg
      Originally Posted by bobcath View Post

      Ahmed

      No I didn't purchase it. Decided to purchase Xsitepro instead. More expensive but I like it.

      Phil, yes there's a lot to be said for paying an expert to do the job for you!

      Thanks
      Bobby
      It looks like you found what you like and I hope that works for you and allows you to produce excellent websites.

      For those that have design skills or no skills, my favorite wysiwyg Web Application is XARA Web Designer (Link in Signature). This one is true wysiwyg in that you can drop a griphic on the page and move it around whild watching the text flow around it!

      I have Visual Studio Ultimate, Expression Studio, Dreamweaver and Komodo 6 but if I want to put together a quick web page or work out some designs, I use XARA Web Builder.

      Go and watch the videos and see what it can do. (Just my $0.17 [inflation from the 2 cents era ] )
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      • Profile picture of the author kadoogan
        Xara Web Builder and/or Xara Designer Pro are both great for producing quick websites and beyond. Amazing software overall, especially the latest version of Xara Designer Pro.

        A site I created with it and SwishMax (for Flash banner) is at the following link:

        Welcome to Granny's Gas and Woodstoves!

        90 Second Website Builder is actually amazing as well. The latest version has some really cool features. I am currently using version 5, and have created a number of sites with it.

        One is at: Forget Me Not Cat Sanctuary - Welcome

        I have used practically all of the features of 90 Sec in that site, plus SwishMax and one or two items from Coffeecup software, which also has a nice entry level WYSIWYG website creator called Visual Site Designer (HTML Editor, Website & Web Design Software | CoffeeCup Software - not an affiliate link).

        Web Page Maker is another drag and drop style editor. I have used it to create at least one site - can't recall which one unfortunately - made too many I guess.

        Can be found here: Web Page Maker : Make your own web page easily! (not an affiliate link). Not as good as 90 Sec, but better than Visual Site Designer.

        All of these types of programs are very easy to use but suffer from a common problem in that they don't handle vertical text expansion at all - which can suck because text changes from browser to browser AND will change in size between Apple and PC. Firefox between the two platforms can even produce issues.

        Everything is sort of done in layers with the drag and drop programs, so text sits over background elements instead of being bordered or contained by them.

        This is different from regular HTML editors where the text pushes the vertical boundaries it is contained within to expand the text containing areas as required.

        That is why the drag and drop editors can fail from browser to browser and across different OS platforms. The text element will overlap potentially because they are not guided by the same boundaries.

        Ease of use comes with a price. Still, testing and a little ingenuity can solve these problems.

        My personal faves are in order:

        - Xara (great all round use for web pages, graphics, PDFs, simple 3D - varying price levels)
        - 90 Sec (great drag and drop editor - good price - I had support issues initially trying to get serial number - buy through Paypal, not Credit Card directly if possible)
        - Web Page Maker (good drag and drop editor - imports HTML pages - good price)
        - Visual Site Designer (okay drag and drop editor - cool effect functions - great support and community)

        I have Xsite pro, and it is good software too - amazing structurally and organizationally, but not as flexible as the other software mentioned here. Good support.

        One other really great program is Artisteer (Artisteer - web design software and joomla template maker). You can create Wordpress themes in it quite nicely, and it gets better and better with each upgrade. You can also create Joomla themes, HTML, Blogger themes and a few other formats. Pricing is pretty reasonable.

        Once again, I have used all of these programs a lot but would not want to be limited to any one of them. Each one has it's place.

        Enjoy all of that!
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        • Profile picture of the author moreno
          Originally Posted by kadoogan View Post

          Xara Web Builder and/or Xara Designer Pro are both great for producing quick websites and beyond. Amazing software overall, especially the latest version of Xara Designer Pro.

          A site I created with it and SwishMax (for Flash banner) is at the following link:

          Welcome to Granny's Gas and Woodstoves!

          90 Second Website Builder is actually amazing as well. The latest version has some really cool features. I am currently using version 5, and have created a number of sites with it.

          One is at: Forget Me Not Cat Sanctuary - Welcome

          I have used practically all of the features of 90 Sec in that site, plus SwishMax and one or two items from Coffeecup software, which also has a nice entry level WYSIWYG website creator called Visual Site Designer (HTML Editor, Website & Web Design Software | CoffeeCup Software - not an affiliate link).

          Web Page Maker is another drag and drop style editor. I have used it to create at least one site - can't recall which one unfortunately - made too many I guess.

          Can be found here: Web Page Maker : Make your own web page easily! (not an affiliate link). Not as good as 90 Sec, but better than Visual Site Designer.

          All of these types of programs are very easy to use but suffer from a common problem in that they don't handle vertical text expansion at all - which can suck because text changes from browser to browser AND will change in size between Apple and PC. Firefox between the two platforms can even produce issues.

          Everything is sort of done in layers with the drag and drop programs, so text sits over background elements instead of being bordered or contained by them.

          This is different from regular HTML editors where the text pushes the vertical boundaries it is contained within to expand the text containing areas as required.

          That is why the drag and drop editors can fail from browser to browser and across different OS platforms. The text element will overlap potentially because they are not guided by the same boundaries.

          Ease of use comes with a price. Still, testing and a little ingenuity can solve these problems.

          My personal faves are in order:

          - Xara (great all round use for web pages, graphics, PDFs, simple 3D - varying price levels)
          - 90 Sec (great drag and drop editor - good price - I had support issues initially trying to get serial number - buy through Paypal, not Credit Card directly if possible)
          - Web Page Maker (good drag and drop editor - imports HTML pages - good price)
          - Visual Site Designer (okay drag and drop editor - cool effect functions - great support and community)

          I have Xsite pro, and it is good software too - amazing structurally and organizationally, but not as flexible as the other software mentioned here. Good support.

          One other really great program is Artisteer (Artisteer - web design software and joomla template maker). You can create Wordpress themes in it quite nicely, and it gets better and better with each upgrade. You can also create Joomla themes, HTML, Blogger themes and a few other formats. Pricing is pretty reasonable.

          Once again, I have used all of these programs a lot but would not want to be limited to any one of them. Each one has it's place.

          Enjoy all of that!
          i too use 90swb as my favorite at the moment and i also used web page maker in the past . I fully agree with your post , thank for such a great review.
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          • Profile picture of the author kadoogan
            No problem regarding the review. Happy to help out.

            I just upgraded my 90 Sec to version 7 today. Only $29 US to anyone owning version 5 or 6. The ordering process went very nicely and I received my upgraded serial number with reasonable promptness.

            Their delivery process is somewhat unnecessarily extended in my opinion, but in the end I got what I paid for within reasonable time frames. As I mentioned earlier, just take the Paypal option if you can so you can contest it all, should things go sideways on you.

            There is a nice Jquery Accordion navigation bar tool that looks like it could be used for building quick and easy Facebook pages. Trying that out now...

            The same feature could be used for mobile sites if one knew how to manipulate the code a little to account for variable page widths on different phone screens, but my initial forays into that idea have not ended as hoped thus far.

            Probably just have to try a few more things to get that to work.

            I should note that I am a graphic designer, and use the WYSIWYG style of web site creation software whenever possible because I would rather stay in a creative mode than do code.

            So with that in mind, if anyone has any questions regarding this type of software, I may be able to help. I also use Photoshop, Indesign, Dreamweaver (only when necessary), and a pile of other creative-type apps. I will take any questions I can answer on those as well.

            Feel free to ask me anything...PM me if you prefer - if I can help I will.
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  • Profile picture of the author JNFerree
    This was one of the 1st products I bought via the WF.

    It was an awful experience. Sounded good, but the results were poor.

    I think the guy on the Forum who 'makes friends' with every new member is their chief promoter. I could never get the product lic. keys to work and refund was not honored.

    As usual, you get what you pay for. So I bought XSitePro v2 and for the price and feature/function set, it was money well spent.

    I bet if you search the Forum 'xsp' or 'xsitepro' you will find plenty of warriors either using or recommending this design tool.

    I do! My Link on Ferree Money points you to the XSitePro 'How to Video" in case you want to see the tool it in action.

    All for now,
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    • Profile picture of the author avocet
      I too had a similar experience as JNFerree.. Could'nt get half the toolbars to work and got no solution from Support. Also they did'nt honour their refund guarantee after sending in several tickets ,none were answered
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  • Profile picture of the author BrookeS
    I like to create quick websites by using wordpress.

    It's so easy to use. You can create pages only instead of posts so that it doesn't have that blog look. Or if you want a blog you can do that too.

    You can download tons of themes that are free and they look great!
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    • Profile picture of the author Pubster
      Originally Posted by BrookeS View Post

      I like to create quick websites by using wordpress.

      It's so easy to use. You can create pages only instead of posts so that it doesn't have that blog look. Or if you want a blog you can do that too.

      You can download tons of themes that are free and they look great!
      Hi,
      Do you have a Wordpress Blog I can look at to see that Non-Blog look. It sounds interesting the way you build them and would really like to look at one. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author rafidesignwork
    no, i think i didnt try it.. but i tried "sitespinner" software and it has its own limitations..
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Turner
    Hi all ,
    I was told by the owner of
    WYSIWYG Web Builder cost $39.95
    that 90second website builder is his product sold under licence cost $77
    I have been using WYSIWYG Web Builder for a few years and love it
    the owner works diligently improving it and provides 4-5 upgrades a year
    every year he releases a major upgrade which costs an extra $24
    well worth it
    he provides excellent support through the forum -
    I have never waited more than a few hours for a response to a question
    www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com :: Index
    which has a active community - check out the thread re: extensions
    users add new tools !
    anyhow you can dowload a trial version for a month
    trial version place a small Built by logo on the page
    chuckle - if you know how to edit a html page in notepad..............
    Anyhow from the simple
    to see sites created with this
    www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com :: View Forum - Promote your website created with WYSIWYG Web Builder!
    Sorry to "rain on your parade" here Greg- I'm just a big fan of
    wysiwygwebbuilder
    cheers
    Danny
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  • Profile picture of the author Elliott
    I have used the 90 second builder and I like it just fine. By comparison, I like it a lot better than Kompozer, for example.

    If the Wysiwyg builder is by the same author, I'm sure it's pretty good too.

    I think some of the posters here misunderstand what this is - it's not an "automated site builder" like Site Builder Elite, Steadyniche, Pubstermax or a bunch of others. It is not a "plug in your keywords and it builds a site for you" type of software that only uses templates.

    It is a set of tools like Dreamweaver that you use to design and build your sites, that has a nice clean and easy-to-use interface. You can also just paste in a site and edit it, stuff like that.

    Elliott
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    • Profile picture of the author PeterBenson
      It is a goldmine I use it to build professional websites to local business owners in minutes.
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    • Profile picture of the author JNFerree
      As the old saying goes... "You get what you PAY FOR"

      90 second building is an OK tool as a 1st small baby step... and the low price point is nice... but you get what you pay for...

      I agree w/ Sparkie 101%

      XSitePro is a far better option, easier than DW or Frontpage and so feature rich, that if you do it right (RTFM) before you start building your new site or weblog, you will be way better off.

      If you get the 30 day trial, make sure and visit their kick@ss Forum. I've gotten 'almost' as much learned help and assistance from the guys/gals on the XSP forum as I have from the Warrior Forum.

      If you want to fast track your leanring process, try this...

      1) Download XSP2 30 day trial
      2) RTFM 1st & go thru the Tutorial
      3) Load any one of their many killer pre-made 'templates'
      4) Click the Wizard to add your Aff links
      5) Click the Wizard to add the AdSense module
      6) Click the Wizard to add Amazon, eBay modules
      7) (this is my favorite Wizard) Run their SEO Wizard to get an idea of how well your keywords will rate with mother Google!

      I messed up and didn't do this on my 1st few sites. After I installed Google Analytics and saw how poorly my site ranked, I RTFM again and found this Wizard and it showed me how to fix my (u know what) so now it's all good.

      If you PM me, I can tell you the 3-4 guys in the XSP2 Forum who prolly forgot more than most know about how to use this tool and these guys are more than happy to lend a hand.

      Cheerio,
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      • Profile picture of the author lunatunes
        I have used xsite pro and the 90 second website builder.
        Well actually it was the wysiwyg web builder 6.

        You guys, from what I understand, web builder 6 and the
        90 second are the same thing. Compared to wysiwyg web
        builder 6....xsite pro is limited in what you can do. You will
        be amazed at what this software does and allows you to do.
        Wysiwyg web builder 6 is only $40. It blows Xsite pro away.

        I'll post the site I designed and built with WWB 6 in a minute.


        Randy
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        • Profile picture of the author lunatunes
          I needed 15 post to add a url

          Not sure why they have that rule but I now have 15.....lol
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          • Profile picture of the author lunatunes
            Here is the site I built with Wysiwyg web builder 6

            Bathtub and Tile Refinishing:... Friendly and Professional Service
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            • Profile picture of the author dollarware
              I think it is $97 after the 30 day license runs out.

              I still like FrontPages successor - Expression Web 2.0

              If you are a K-12 or College Student or the Parent of a K-12 Student you can qualify to buy Expression Web Designer v2.0 English Academic Edition for
              $53.73 from PROVANTAGE SuperStore: Buy GPS Computers Electronics Software More

              That's a bargain! --- Microsoft's price for Regular Full Version is $299.95

              It has built-in FTP program.
              It loads as a choice on Internet Explorer so that when you go to your website in Internet Explorer
              Now if you click on the MenuBar- File and then from the dropdown menu there will be a choice of
              Edit with Microsoft Expression Web 2

              Click that choice and Expression Web opens with a copy of that webpage downloaded inside Expression Web and ready for editing.
              You will be asked for your login username and password. (this is what will allow you to upload a changed file)

              Just make your changes and click File - Save and the new changes will be uploaded to your website. It makes it almost like you are doing everything on your own computer. Most new users that I recommend to get this REALLY like it.

              You can even Download for free a 30-day Trial copy of Expression Web at: http://www.microsoft.com/Expression/...oTrialWeb.html

              And there's more...

              Online Training (much of it is videos now) for free:
              Learn Expression Web

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            • Profile picture of the author jdharr
              Originally Posted by lunatunes View Post

              Here is the site I built with Wysiwyg web builder 6

              Bathtub and Tile Refinishing:... Friendly and Professional Service
              Nice looking site you built for your local business client. I'm working on building some client's site as well b/c they are using a cookie cutter template system with hardly any flexibility. I have and use dreamweaver 8, but I'm looking for something more copy and paste with speed. I looked at xsitepro and there are some amazing cool features with that software. The templates really suck, but you can outsource the graphics if you'd like.

              I just heard of 90 sec. website builder and thought that it was amazing as well. Yes, the web builder 6 software is the same, but 90 sec. for the price comes with a gazillion templates and graphic bonuses if you don't have them already. So, it's your choice and mine!

              Also, imagine just buying templates from template monster and importing the template into web builder or 90 sec and going to town with the graphics!
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  • Profile picture of the author uconcept
    I would love to see sample websites you guys have created with this program.
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    • Profile picture of the author jimisan
      Originally Posted by uconcept View Post

      I would love to see sample websites you guys have created with this program.
      Hi Uconcept,

      I created my website from scratch using 90WSB which I bought about a month ago. It's really very easy to use to build website. Once you get the hang of it, you surely like it. The only problems I encounter is what I built during the development stage is not what it is supposed to be displayed. Enclosed below 2 shots for your understanding. I'm trying to figure out what went wrong.....also I've tried to contact support for help on this matter.

      PIC#1 - index-builder_600x400 (note the yellow mark which was during the construction stage)

      PIC#2 - index-website_600x400 (note the yellow mark which was supposed to be displayed exactly during the construction stage.......but it was not??? Just don't know where went wrong!)

      The learning curve is minute and I really like the ease of use of 90WSB.....the only obstacle is kind of hard to find support should we the user encounters technical problems.

      Rgds,
      Jimisan
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    • Profile picture of the author Steveo72
      has anyone been paid their affilate commissions just wondering because I am still waiting on 4 commissions, I have tried to contact them on numerous occasions to no avail.
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      • Profile picture of the author Pubster
        Originally Posted by Steveo72 View Post

        has anyone been paid their affilate commissions just wondering because I am still waiting on 4 commissions, I have tried to contact them on numerous occasions to no avail.
        That's a Good Question for the owner of the Software. He has posted in this forum. I looked into the Affiliate Program, but his Terms and Condition pages are bad links or down, so the info is not available. So this is a Good Time for him to clear your question up.
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  • Profile picture of the author Duffey Moon
    Hey Greg,

    Just want to say thanks for all your help and absolutely love the builder!! I still have a ways to go to make them look really good, but 100x better than I have ever made.
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  • Profile picture of the author articlemaster
    I never tried it before it friend you should provide any link to such types of product and should tell more about means its features, advantages and disadvantages and all other natures and its price where to get it is it s software or online web designing too etc...Si i am waiting for your reply.
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    • Profile picture of the author Britt Phillips
      I've built around 30 sites with 90 Second Website Builder.

      I love the simple yet powerful interface. I especially love it for the ability to drag and drop and overlap immages etc. However, there is a display issue on Macs and some other broswer configurations. Windows and IE are fine. Images and text overlap where they aren't supposed to.

      I've spoken with the guy who handles the marketing of the tool at length about the issue. He says he is aware of it and feels it is because the DIV tags don't like top play well on long html pages. He doesn't have a solution.

      If any Warrior has a solution I would sure love to hear it. I would really like to keep using it. I don't really want to have to convert my own 22 sites over to something else but I may have to.

      Here's a few sites I've built using the software for those who want to take a look at what you can do with it...

      http://dvdtrainingvideo.com
      http://groceryandrestaurauntsavings.com
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      http://customtelephoneleads.com
      http://rebrandthesereports.com

      If you do have a solution, please feel free to email me directly.
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      • Profile picture of the author kortia
        Just so everones sanity, web builder 6 and 90 second web site builder are the exact same from what I can see. They are just reselling it at a higher price. web builder is only 40.00.

        web builder 6 also looks a lot like blue voda (not recomended). blue voda has lots of issues not to mention you have to publish one page at a time which will drive you mad witha site over 10 pages.



        My question is this:
        If money is not an option, would you get dreamweaver instead of all the others mentioned? I am thinking about jsut spending the money and getting the real deal. dreamweaver and photoshop.
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  • Profile picture of the author aj113
    Forget both of them and download BlueVoda, it's free. I use it for all of my websites, and contrary to earlier posts - despite VodaHost wishing you to believe otherwise - it can be used with any hosting. There are also tons of tutorial videos and a huge support forum.
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    • Profile picture of the author Becky Holmes
      I went to the 90 second websites page on the suggestion of a well known marketer, talking about how in addition to a free website, I would also be getting a free website building software. Well I took the bait and paid the $9.97 for the shipping of the CD.

      I kept going back and forth on the sales page because the entire time I wasn't really sure what I was getting. The 90 second website software was supposed to be free, but I think I'm only getting a 30 day license. The video speaks of a "pro" version, but that's not what the copy says I'm getting for free.

      I do know for sure that I've subscribed to weekly traffic videos, that I will be charged $14.97 for after 2 weeks. And I'm free to cancel at any time, after 30 days I believe, by calling or visiting the help desk.

      What I didn't like was the fact that the price offered to me for the 90 second websites software package through the email link was $20 more as a "special offer" than the regular price of the 90 second websites software, and they appear to be the same packages. I guess the extra $20 covers the additional 2 computers I'm allowed to install the software on.

      All in all the software looks like it would certainly be a time-saver, and has lots of additional desirable capabilities. I'm just not convinced that 90 second website builder is the way to go when I can get Web Builder 6 for much less and it appears to have all of the same capabilities.

      Just my two cents.....

      Becky
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    • Profile picture of the author eglobalbrad
      Originally Posted by aj113 View Post

      Forget both of them and download BlueVoda, it's free. I use it for all of my websites, and contrary to earlier posts - despite VodaHost wishing you to believe otherwise - it can be used with any hosting. There are also tons of tutorial videos and a huge support forum.
      Thank you for the help. I did find out a little bit more regarding the marketing of the 90 second website. It's $97 through the sales pages, but you can get it for free if you sign up for this hosting at blackwirehosting dot com plus you still get all the bonuses. OR you can get it for $77 from them. You decide for yourself the better deal, plus if you don't have to buy the $14.95 continuity program. That's the purpose behind selling this product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Becky Holmes
    I received the CD today with 90 second website builder that cost me $9.97 for shipping, and I have to say that at this point I feel like I have literally thrown my money away.

    In order to use the software, you have to access it through the internet. Well guess what?? The website is down!

    I believe I will just throw this CD in the trash and go ahead and purchase Web Builder 6.

    My advice to anyone wanting to try 90 second website builder - - DON'T. Save yourself the shipping charges and the frustration and buy something else that has been recommended above like Web Builder 6 or XSite Pro.
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  • Profile picture of the author niceguytom10
    hmmm never used it, i'll look into it now though.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrkueh80
    OMG....I though i had received an special offer ofr 90 second website builder for $19.95 and I bought it and received the CD..

    when i open the CD it actually need internet connection to link to the website and download the file (which i dont understand what the CD for)

    and realised that is 30 days version.

    When I request refund, it rejected, I am very unhappy with this...Because this CD actually is NOTHING... just a pretty based infor cd and you still need Internet connection to download the files (only 3MB, why not burn into CD??)

    the most I am very unhappy about is i am paying $19.95 for that CD???? and is not like packaging nicely..just a hard paper cover CD and postage cost probably $1 US? I havent really try the software because I am very unhappy about it and I will need to pay another $77 to get activated.

    I request refund and it got rejected.

    But $19.95 is really NOT WORTH it..... I can get free trial on DW, Frontpage for FREE.

    This is pretty bad marketing strategy as they let you try and convince you to buy from them if you dont pay $77 for full production version which i believe this strategies wont work....definately wont work for me as this product CD is not worth $19.95....

    If you are the developer...can you let me know I can get a refund for this? I can ship back to you if you want to...

    Ching
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  • Profile picture of the author mrkueh80
    still ...not willing to refund.....I suggest dont buy this product
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  • Profile picture of the author Barrion
    Any link or something to it...?
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    • Profile picture of the author MarketingDoc
      Thanks for all the comments and contributions, I tool a look at the 90 Sec WBS and was really excited about it ( I'm a print graphic designer/ marketer) so the program seemed life the perfect web building tool for me. Yet I'm still waiting for support to respond to my pre purchase questions relating to the availability of web stats in the program.

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      For over 11 years I have been searching and trying to find ways to make
      sustainable money online, I have spent hundreds of dollars in all kinds of “how to’ products that just caused me more frustration.

      To be honest I was about to give up on the “Online Dream” when I stumbled
      across a resource that offered REAL HELP! Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author vhfaloha
    Hi folks:
    Thanks for all the good information on this subject.

    I have purchased both xsitepro and 90 sec wsb and prefer the quickness and directness of 90 sec however I am having a problem with the support or rather, lack of support of 90 sec

    When you go to help and choose "online support" it takes you to the sales page with no link to the real support. Bummers. Also services seems to be very weak. I ordered the hard copy of the CD but it has never come.

    When I attempted to call the company the message was that the mail box is full. Emailed them with several little problems I am having with the functionality of the program and some questions that are unclear in the tutorials and documentation but have not gotten any response.

    Very Frustrating.

    We have a business model that we believe will help them sell several hundred (or more) 90 sec WSB packages this year but am concerned about putting our reputation on the line based on what support and service we see so far.

    Summary: Love the program and it is Fast. Very Fast! BUT I have a concern that their lack of support, business systems, (and perhaps ethics?) could spell doom for the company.
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    • Profile picture of the author Pubster
      Originally Posted by vhfaloha View Post

      Hi folks:
      Thanks for all the good information on this subject.

      I have purchased both xsitepro and 90 sec wsb and prefer the quickness and directness of 90 sec however I am having a problem with the support or rather, lack of support of 90 sec

      When you go to help and choose "online support" it takes you to the sales page with no link to the real support. Bummers. Also services seems to be very weak. I ordered the hard copy of the CD but it has never come.

      When I attempted to call the company the message was that the mail box is full. Emailed them with several little problems I am having with the functionality of the program and some questions that are unclear in the tutorials and documentation but have not gotten any response.

      Very Frustrating.

      We have a business model that we believe will help them sell several hundred (or more) 90 sec WSB packages this year but am concerned about putting our reputation on the line based on what support and service we see so far.

      Summary: Love the program and it is Fast. Very Fast! BUT I have a concern that their lack of support, business systems, (and perhaps ethics?) could spell doom for the company.
      That is a great point as I have the same concerns. It seems the owner might be in over his head, but still has a great little product. I did the same thing myself once with a good little program I owned. A good solution for him would be to outsource the Support on his product in order to save his reputation and spend his time on promoting.
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      • Profile picture of the author PeterBenson
        As a matter of fact 90secondwebsitebuilder Rocks. With this software your imagination is your limit. I have been designing professional websites for my clients with the software and I don't know any html or website design jargons. The support from 90second.. is superb. Technically I am dumb, minor task in designing my websites I had to consult the support and get response in less than 12 hours. There is an efficient support lady by the name Chelsea and she would go out of her way to assist anyone.
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        • Profile picture of the author vhfaloha
          Originally Posted by PeterBenson View Post

          As a matter of fact 90secondwebsitebuilder Rocks. With this software your imagination is your limit. I have been designing professional websites for my clients with the software and I don't know any html or website design jargons. The support from 90second.. is superb. Technically I am dumb, minor task in designing my websites I had to consult the support and get response in less than 12 hours. There is an efficient support lady by the name Chelsea and she would go out of her way to assist anyone.
          Sounds good but where are they? I have yet to get a reply from them and am not sure if they are even in business? I have tried Blackwire, Technon and 90secondwebsitebuilder emails with absolutely NO response????

          What contact are you using?
          Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author torozo
    I agree with: sparkie2260
    xSitePro is good choice of site builder.
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  • Profile picture of the author EMKarelia
    Hello Bobby,

    "If you're on a Mac, you might want to try Sandvox. It's hard to tell how it stacks up to 90SWB because it looks like you can't try it out before you buy it. Anyhow, go ahead and download Sandvox and take it for a spin and see if it does what you need.

    Let me know what you think.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Turner
    "You guys, from what I understand, web builder 6 and the
    90 second are the same thing."
    Well almost - 90 second is an earlier version of web builder 6 sold under license

    "When you go to help and choose "online support" it takes you to the sales page with no link to the real support"
    - In the real program (web builder 6) the link leads to the forum - see below
    where any question you ask is answered within hours
    often minutes - I posted a question there today and had an answer from site admin in 10 minutes - and a work around posted by another user within a few hours

    I have tried xsite pro and it may be easier to use via templates but web builder 6 is a much more advanced software(for less money)
    It is a html generator that builds W3C compliant pages using CSS
    It handles all the seo stuff,meta tags,H1 etc tags
    has some advanced drawing features mmm chuckle go here
    WYSIWYG Web Builder - Features
    has an avid user community
    www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com :: Index
    regular intergration of other scripts
    - WYSIWYG Web Builder Extensions

    There are two reasons why this program is not promoted in the IM community
    - it is cheap with a lousy affiliate program
    If it were expensive with a good affiliate program everyone would be promoting it
    Now in version 6 -is updated every few months with annual updates launched as new version - current users get the upgrade at 50% off - it is the best value for money purchase I have ever made in IM
    Has a free trial - mmmm bit of a no-brainer i think
    better get off me soapbox and go do some work
    Cheers
    Danny
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  • Profile picture of the author dotcomathome
    I have been using the 90 Second Website Builder for over a year now for all my website development. When I got the program I was able to downloand and have in up and running very quickly, I think the program gives you full access for 30 day to get to site key that is emailed and mailed to you. You can also use the software on up to 3 computer.
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  • Profile picture of the author vhfaloha
    Originally Posted by stephan231 View Post

    I haven't tried it but I don't expect the websites produced by them would be professionals!
    What a strange attitude? Since when is the software the reason something is or is not professional? Perhaps an old quote is is order... "Mind is like a parachute... Works best when open"

    This software is amazing. Too bad I can not say the same for the company's support which is very poooooooooooor. So poor I have a hard time recommending it at this point.
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  • Profile picture of the author vietalogy8998
    i didn't see it yet...but i would like to see that what sort of websites this can make..
    by d way,ezgenerator.com is also a website builder...u people can have a look at this...
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  • Profile picture of the author stephan231
    Even i didn't try it but I always see people recommending this 90 second builder
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  • Profile picture of the author mclick
    I do not try it, but I want to see the sample.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dr Dan
      I just heard about the 90 sec site builder from Russell Brunson on his micro c program and he said it is awesome at building sites. Unfortunately it doesnt support Mac

      But he also recommended Kompozer so im gonna check that out too. Right now I am using iweb which is a breeze to use but not very SEO friendly and I cant upload any pages into it. But building site couldnt be any easier than with iweb.
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      • Profile picture of the author iFaith
        I was really set on buying 90 Seconds Website Builder for its many features and lesser price since I was hesitant on getting xSite Pro. But with its lousy support, I have finally decided to NOT buy.

        Support for users and potential customers is crucial. Lack of information or help given lose customers like me and gives the product a bad name & reputation.

        Nope - not buying 90 Second Website Builder. One customer lost.

        I'll get the WYSIWYG Web Builder instead that was mentioned by two others in this thread - thanks for the mention.
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        • Profile picture of the author tbpsparkle
          Does anyone know of a website builder for Macs?
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          • Profile picture of the author TimothyW
            It's been a while since I saw the 90-sec video sales page -- it DID look PRETTY slick, I must say!

            I hope someone can tell me the answer to this...

            Could the DIFFERENCE between 90-sec + wysiwyg be that 90-sec is more geared toward us IMers???

            I know xsite IS more geared to IMers. (note: I don't own ANY of these products -- yet)

            I am torn between those three items.

            What I DO NOT want is a product that is geared toward "regular" people.

            I want a product that is SLANTED toward IMing! I don't want to go on the help forum, only to have people NOT (even) KNOWING what, say, split-testing or aweber (even) IS!!!

            What I liked about the 90-sec demo was, the guy CLEARLY understood the IMing world, and how the product can be used for US!!!

            Can anyone out there address these concerns??

            Thanks!!!

            -- TW

            PS: Yup -- just what I was afraid of -- I went to the wsiwyg forum -- guess how many posts came up when I did a search of "squeeze page" -- ONE POST! I don't think they're into the whole IMing thing!
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Ernest

    Thanks for the tip, but I use a PC not a Mac.

    I eventually decided to go with XsitePro. The reason being that the support infrastructure is much better and that is important if you run into problems.

    Bobby
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    • Profile picture of the author rgkweebiz
      Hey Bobby,

      How do you like XSitePro? Is it easy to learn how to use? I was also considering 90 Sec but after reading these posts about poor customer support, I'm leaning against it. I was just drawn to it because ease of use, and I'm definitely not a techi.

      Thanks
      Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Turner
    "Could the DIFFERENCE between 90-sec + wysiwyg be that 90-sec is more geared toward us IMers???"
    their sales pitch is - they have picked out features IMers would like and marketed them
    the difference is .... 90 sec is an version (older I think) of wysiwyg sold under liense from
    wysiwyg - I have been told this by the developer, Pablo, himself - who provides excellent
    support for his product ( WYSIWYG Web Builder )
    cheers
    Danny
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  • Profile picture of the author Christophe Young
    I bought 90 Sec Web Builder and regretted it.

    There are a lot of good features but I couldn't get my site to look right in Firefox and IE. There were all sorts of spacing issues.

    Their support was worthless. I switched to Kompozer and never looked back.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ricardo-Acosta
    I love simplicity, Ima get it. Thanks guys for the feed back.

    Ricardo Acosta
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    rgkweebiz

    Hi

    I like xsitepro, its easy to use and very versatile. My only gripe is that some of the supplied templates look a little old fashioned.

    Regards
    Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author kuterdan
    It looks like a pretty decent software. I don't think the website will look like others because you are in total control of how things are arranged on the page as well as the elements that are placed on the page. Kompozer is a pretty decent program too and it's free.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Turner
    "Britt Phillips
    However, there is a display issue on Macs and some other broswer configurations. Windows and IE are fine. Images and text overlap where they aren't supposed to"
    These issues have been resolved in later versions of web builder 6

    "kortia
    web builder 6 and 90 second web site builder are the exact same "
    almost -
    90 second is an earlier of version web builder 6 sold under licence

    "If money is not an option, would you get dreamweaver instead of all the others mentioned?
    I have dreamweaver but prefer web builder 6 - due to ease of use and the add-ons (extensions) available (for free)
    and also the awesome support at www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com :: Index

    "Also, imagine just buying templates from template monster and importing the template into web builder or 90 sec and going to town with the graphics!"
    does have a few problems with importing templates - due to css styling I think - tho fairly easy to rectify

    On a another note - I have also been playing with Atahualpa w/p theme for clients sites so they can edit themselves - pretty easy to customise
    cheers
    Danny
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  • Profile picture of the author Randy Smith
    Speaking of this product - I cam across it back in Feb 2009.
    I actually thought it looked a good tool - so I promoted it on my blog.

    My affiliate account shows 3 sales and $85.50 owed to me as an affiliate:

    February Accumulated
    Raw Clicks:
    0 60
    Unique Clicks:
    0 47
    Sales generated:
    0 3
    Clicks per Sale (CPS):
    n/a 15

    Commissions Earned:

    $0

    $85.5
    Paid so far:
    $0 $0


    And yet I've never been paid, and when trying to find how to contact and query this - I seemed not to be able to find anywhere to ask the question?

    I eventually found a 'head company' link and emailed them - never to receive a reply??

    It would be nice if anyone could tell me if Greg is still around and if he ever intends to pay out to affiliates?

    Thanks
    Randy
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  • Profile picture of the author faridbeck
    I just purchased this website builder but after 3 days I have still not received the Activation code. I sent a support email but no reply. Does anyone who have purchased the software know how else i can get the activation key?

    Thanks

    Beck
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Sorry Beck cant help, I never actually purchased it and wouldn't now after what I've read from others. Now using Xsitepro and happy with it.

    I hope you manage to get your information. Look back on this thread, from memory the reseller of '90 second website builder' (if that's the one you purchased) is on this thread somewhere.

    Regards
    Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author Christophe Young
    Good luck, their tech support is non-existent. I purchased it and ultimately regretted it. If you used Paypal to purchase, I'd start a dispute if you don't receive the code soon.

    No business should be allowed to operate that way.
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Softcap

    Does it have a WYSIWG function or do you need to know coding?

    Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author neophyte
    I've used 90 Second Website Builder to build a few splash pages. I am really impressed with the program as it is easy to use and allows one to publish a website without having to wait 'til they are efficient at using HTML or having to stumble through it.

    If you're like me, you like to have control over your website and you have more time than money and this program helps tremendously. However, I am only now trying to build a website with it. If I knew exactly how I wanted it to look I'd have it up in just a few minutes with this program, but alas, figuring out how to design it is taking me awhile.

    FYI, another program very similar if not identical to 90swb is the WYSIWYG Website Builder as they were both created by the same fella, Pablo Van Der Meer.

    You may want to check that one out also.

    Even though this thread was started about two years ago it is still being indexed in Google and I wanted to put in my two cents worth.

    Thanks ya'll

    Originally Posted by bobcath View Post

    Hi guys

    I'd really appreciate to hear from you if you have tried

    '90 Second Website Builder'.

    Any feedback appreciated

    Regards
    Bobby
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  • Profile picture of the author kadoogan
    Heh - Just comparing WYSIWYG Web Builder 7 with 90 Sec and they are pretty much identical (as mentioned by kortia earlier). In fact, I think the only difference is the name between the two.

    Also noticed the latest version accounts for content expansion on pages by implementing a new Master page feature. Very nice!
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    • Profile picture of the author Danny Turner
      Originally Posted by kadoogan View Post

      Heh - Just comparing WYSIWYG Web Builder 7 with 90 Sec and they are pretty much identical (as mentioned by kortia earlier). In fact, I think the only difference is the name between the two.

      Also noticed the latest version accounts for content expansion on pages by implementing a new Master page feature. Very nice!

      The 90sec builder is the WYSIWYG Web Builder 7 sold under license at a higher price with less support
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      • Profile picture of the author moreno
        Originally Posted by Danny Turner View Post

        The 90sec builder is the WYSIWYG Web Builder 7 sold under license at a higher price with less support
        hi , version 7 is fantastic and as a lot of new features , by the way if you are a marketer you are not so welcome in the wysiwyg website builder 7 forum , at least this is my personal experience and for the price i had to pay only 26 $ in so many years but i guess wwb as more update that cost some .i don't know all the features of wwb7 but 90swb7 you can create iphone sites and the tutorials are quiet explaining + you can always asck for support if needed.
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  • Profile picture of the author kadoogan
    I finally created a facebook page using 90 Sec for a client of mine...

    Facebook sample page

    Seems to work pretty good.
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  • Profile picture of the author moreno
    Kadoogan your FB page is great , thank you for this idea i did not know we can use 90SWB this way. The use of jquery for FB ..new...you can also use to create a mobile phone site in no time . New tutorial have been added in the member area. I really love 90swb and since Mr. Hughes has a new support system it is much better , also all the new features are improving the soft a lot.
    Have a nice year
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    • Profile picture of the author moreno
      Originally Posted by kaneguy View Post

      Have read ALL of the posts..so what is the consensus? WWB or 90 Sec? and is there a support/paying affiliates issue with 90 Sec, or not? I am ready to buy one or the other for affil/Adsense sites and need some guidance here. It has gone from yes to no and back again in this long thread..which just leaves me up in the air...Thanks for any clarification..
      Hi , get your free trial version for 30 days and explore , i'm sure you will love it!
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  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    Looks impressive but I already got XSite Pro for $197.

    So I don't see why I should invest in another website builder.
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  • Profile picture of the author YourBusinessEye
    If you are looking to have a website in 90 seconds then you will poor traffic
    Perhaps very low conversion as well
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