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Anybody use Signsite?

Discussion in 'Website Design' started by JAMEY, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. JAMEY

    JAMEY Member

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    I am checking out some online designers including Signsite. Anybody here have any experience with them? If so, lets hear about yours.
     
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  2. Kevin-shopVOX

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    Those guys are pricey in my opinion. They know what they are doing as they developed the online designer (recently purchased by SIGNARAMA...signsite also designed and hosts all of their franchise websites). I would think about the fact that you will still be competing against www.speedysigns.com who is none other than sign site themselves.
     
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  3. Locals Find!

    Locals Find! Very Active Member

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    I use zetaprints.com. They charge you by the jobs that you actually receive. It is less than $2.00 per.

    Fairly basic controls. Not great for really in depth design.

    However, I use it a lot for Corporate style stuff. For example Real Estate offices where I am just changing name, number and website for an agent and the basic layout and logo is always the same.

    The end user basically fills out a form and it spits the design out. You set all the parameters beforehand.

    Not sure if this will be helpful or not, but worth taking a peek at.
     
  4. normana61

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    Any Others ?

    I am also looking at signsite or similar software. Does anyone know any others to look into ?

    I tried a "google" search but came up with more "sign sellers" than the actual software

    thanks,
    norman
     
  5. vinylbarry

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    I would like to research some of these also.
     
  6. gnemmas

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    Merchant member: realtimedesigner.com is pretty reasonable.
     
  7. Designer Wraps

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    We built our site over 4 yrs ago - www.greatlettering.com (currently developing an updated version - to be out some time this year).

    I never really gave thought to selling the "software/tool" behind it (I was going to sell the entire site at one time, but its cashflow is too good to let go).

    If there is real interest in a tool like ours please PM me and we can discuss some ideas to make it work ...
     
  8. Locals Find!

    Locals Find! Very Active Member

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    The last shop I worked had this designer was very difficult for clients to use. They ended up dropping it. Was too expensive and the end users didn't like it.
     
  9. RealTimeDesigner

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    The RealTimeDesigner has greatly improved in the last 2 years. We've added custom skinning and preconfigured sign shop products so that the startup is much easier. We're currently serving ecommerce to over 150 shops. Call us for a demo or visit us at the ISA / SGIA shows.
     
  10. Chad

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    Was it not signorama that just advertised that one of their shops got the most online orders of the whole chain "10" In one month. You have to have a web designer that knows code or it will cost you a ton to get the look that they show on their sample sites.
     
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