September 16, 2011
If your startup is ready to throw together a simple landing page to announce yourself to the world while still in alpha or private beta – and cash is tight- check out the 3 month old, NYC-based startup Onepager.
Onepager is a super easy and simple way to create and maintain a visually appealing website. I took it for a spin today, and it really was quick and easy to use. You enter your company name, logo, tagline, content about who you are and what you do, and you’re good to go. You can also add photos, a newsletter sign up, hours, contact info, and social media buttons. This took me all of 10 minutes to do, and only because I ended up manually typing in my elevator speech and list of capabilities.
There are a bunch of options to customize the page a bit – you can choose themes, none of which I really liked, to be honest, style, and layout. According to the founders, they plan to develop additional tools, like an analytics dashboard, email newsletter tool, and an improved on-boarding process that leverages the content you already have online.
Now, while they say the service is free on their home page, it isn’t – which is fine – free is not a sustainable business model. The free part is temporary, but it’s only $10/month for a month-to-month subscription or $8/month if you sign up for a whole year. Not bad, especially since you get hosting and unlimited bandwidth.
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