Professionally designed, fast, custom made websites - Launching new service and looking for feedback


for years I've been hearing the same story from non-technical people; getting a website is expensive, they don't know how to manage it, how to keep it updated and secure etc. For a lot of people, even the website builders are too complicated so I started thinking about the possible solution and what I came up with is my new project called Square29.

It's a service where we design and create custom website for people and small businesses. Websites are static, no database so this is not a service for someone who wants big, complex website, it's for people who need simple website with some business info, portfolio, images, contact details etc.

Websites are priced at $79 or $99 depending on the features and most importantly, this is a one-time fee.

I've created a basic landing page with some information, it's far from finished but this is an MVP so it will be updated.

I would really appreciate if you could take a look and give me some feedback and suggestions on the landing page but also, on the service itself, do you think this would be useful to people and if there is a market for it.

You can check the website at www.square29.com

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    Like this a lot! What are you using for the CMS? Would be curious to chat some more about it.

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      I'm building a custom CMS for this. My goal is to keep it as simple as possible so non-technical people would be able to use it. It will be used only to update content, add/edit texts and images. You won't be able to add elements, edit style as you can with classic website builders. Those features are very powerful but for a lot of people, they are too much so I decided to take a different route - a customer picks the website style, sends me content and I will take care of everything else.

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