A Review of Page XP
Anyone who wishes to run a business on the Internet better learn how to build a site, or at least have the money to ask someone to set up one for them. A website will serve as your company’s facade in the World Wide Web, and it is where your prospecting customers will head to if they are looking to avail of your offers. Unfortunately, not all of us can build a website for our business, nor have the money to outsource the project to a professional web developer. Rene A. Contreras’ latest product, Page XP, is just one of the many attempts to change that, but just how good is it in comparison to other similar products?
Rene’s latest product is not just a mere site builder that will only provide you with the files that will still need a lot of backend work before it can all be published. It is described as a self-hosted site builder, and this would mean that you go from putting the elements together straight to publishing the site, all in a single application. This could drastically minimize your site-building work load and is a great tool for online entrepreneurs and quick-fire web developers alike.
Page XP is going to cost $9, and Rene will be launching it today, the 1st of March, 2018. It is going to come live this morning at 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time. If you want to know more about this product, be sure to bookmark this page and return after the launch, as I will be updating it with a comprehensive review.