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Old 05-29-2013, 11:57 PM   #13
Gregg Bell
Gregg Bell
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Originally Posted by James_Wilde View Post
Everybody praises WP, which I have to say I think is not very intuitive. Added to that, it's supposed to be a full-blown crm system as I understand it.

Is there anything else which one can load on a server so that more than one person can access it, but which is much simpler. We have a site of - currently - about 12-14 pages but which we'd like to expand, but I don't think I want to spend time fighting WP or asking my wife to do it either.
I was going to sign up with Wordpress.com. Then, once I was pretty far into the sign-up process, it seemed they were steering me to a paid version. When I went to "Help" it said: 'Oh sorry. We're backlogged with requests and can only reply to paying customers.' I ran for my life. I checked out Host Gator. I loved the UI. They bragged of 24/7 service and an 800 phone number. I called. Heard lots of nice music for five minutes. I checked out GoDaddy. I called them. Someone answered. I signed up. Cheap. Easy. Solid. And real service. I couldn't be happier.
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