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[AppSumo] Simvoly - Drag & Drop Website Builder ($49 Fixed Price)

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Just signed up with AppSumo and followed the instructions that were sent via email.

1. Click the link above and sign up for an account with simvoly.com
2. Select a template for your website (You can change it later on without affecting your content)
3. Click on "Dashboard", then "Billing"
4. Select the "E-Commerce" plan.
5. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Use Promo Code" and enter your AppSumo code.

When I did that I got the following message from the simvoly.com site:

"Your payment was accepted successfully!"

COOL!!!! Thanks OP!!!!
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Anything lifetime with one time fee is not to be trusted.
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PrimaryTech wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 7:47 am
Anything lifetime with one time fee is not to be trusted.
I kinda agree and wouldn't have done this for $99, or $119 or some price like that... but

for $49, I am willing to give it a shot.

And minus my $25 bread credit, that brings down the price even further. :-)
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Ahhh i decided to pick one up....so far its pretty slick
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dojon wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 4:26 am
I saw that you can get credits on the cheap for Appsumo, so I bought a free product from the site and was offered $25 (up to 3x) for $18.75. Got two ($50) and so the deal was only $37.50 (with $1 remaining on my account for a future use).
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Gave it a shot...will be a nice little project for the sister who'd like to start selling her desserts/sweets online!
Thanks OP!
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After using it myself, it is a great quick option with a bunch of features on the way which have been mentioned in the comments of the page if you scroll down on the link
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so, on this "e-commerce" plan, what is the store product limit? they offered to up-sell me for removing this limit.. but it doesnt seem to say what the limit is?

also, is this is a good replacement for shopify..?

UPDATE: sorry just found it, it's 100 products!
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A no-name company offering a lifetime of "unlimited" webhosting? Yeah, this will end well.
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thanks OP, gonna try it out.

I was hoping to try out WIX but their monthly plan is a bit high (although thought GoDaddy might be better with WYSIWYG templates). Any other recommendations from those who've tried sites like WIX etc.?
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So is your website basically tied to Simvoly forever? Because you can't exactly just take all the files and move it somewhere else right? It relies on the Simvoly interface/editor?

So if Simvoly goes bankrupt, can you still update your site?
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fightbriz wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 11:58 am
So is your website basically tied to Simvoly forever? Because you can't exactly just take all the files and move it somewhere else right? It relies on the Simvoly interface/editor?

So if Simvoly goes bankrupt, can you still update your site?

Your question is probably is if they give you FTP access, which is unlikely. You are only limited to their website builder and that's it.
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The sad part is no one actually offers Unlimited Bandwidth. I guess you don't get FTP access so you're only limited to their web page builder.

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