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FrontRanger

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Zoho website versus Wordpress solution
« on: April 05, 2019, 04:17:47 PM »
Iím starting a new credit card tradelines company solely because the two Iíve worked with based on recommendations on this forum are garbage and have poor service. I can do it better with far better service. With that background of the type of company, what is a better website solution? Thinking of Zoho and its ecosystem of site, email, crm, etc versus a Wordpress solution of some kind. Iím not a tech person, so looking for some advice. Thoughts or recommendations?

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Re: Zoho website versus Wordpress solution
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2019, 06:34:48 AM »
I'm not a tech guy either, so apologies for not being able to offer a valuable recommendation. However, I'm interested in this kind of company. Can you explain a bit more or offer a good resource to look up?

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Re: Zoho website versus Wordpress solution
« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2019, 04:57:15 PM »
Iím starting a new credit card tradelines company solely because the two Iíve worked with based on recommendations on this forum are garbage and have poor service. I can do it better with far better service. With that background of the type of company, what is a better website solution? Thinking of Zoho and its ecosystem of site, email, crm, etc versus a Wordpress solution of some kind. Iím not a tech person, so looking for some advice. Thoughts or recommendations?

I am interested in hearing about this business, care to share a bit? Thanks

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Re: Zoho website versus Wordpress solution
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2019, 07:27:52 AM »
Iím starting a new credit card tradelines company solely because the two Iíve worked with based on recommendations on this forum are garbage and have poor service. I can do it better with far better service. With that background of the type of company, what is a better website solution? Thinking of Zoho and its ecosystem of site, email, crm, etc versus a Wordpress solution of some kind. Iím not a tech person, so looking for some advice. Thoughts or recommendations?

If you plan on building this into a bigger company, I wouldn't go with Zoho. They build an ok CRM that pretty much only integrates with their other products, which are straight trash. It's going to be a major headwind to your growth.

On the website - Unless you have budget for a web developer, I'd start with a Wix or Weebly site to launch. If you have an attention to detail they can look fantastic.  If the company succeeds, then do a redesign on WordPress.

Source: I'm a marketing tech consultant and deal with this stuff daily.

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Re: Zoho website versus Wordpress solution
« Reply #4 on: August 19, 2021, 08:26:47 PM »
Iím starting a new credit card tradelines company solely because the two Iíve worked with based on recommendations on this forum are garbage and have poor service. I can do it better with far better service. With that background of the type of company, what is a better website solution? Thinking of Zoho and its ecosystem of site, email, crm, etc versus a Wordpress solution of some kind. Iím not a tech person, so looking for some advice. Thoughts or recommendations?
hey were you able to start the company? I just started with tradelines and I think the industry is ready for some disruption...
Please let me know
Thanks

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Re: Zoho website versus Wordpress solution
« Reply #5 on: August 22, 2021, 06:32:37 PM »
Have you looked at Shopify much?

I'm an e-commerce guy so it's like the old addage where I'm a hammer and everything looks like a hammer to me. But Shopify has built-in payment integration, apps that let you do drag-and-drop design, and additional apps to keep track of potential customers. Shopify's servers are insanely fast and reliable as well.

Though if that's not the right fit, I think WordPress is a safe bet.

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