If you gave Weeblers only one wish, I would put my money on "more themes". Weeblers are now seeking outside providers to add some "sexiness" into their themes and willing to pay up to USD60 for a theme.
Why don't you (Weebly that is) ride on this gravy train and address your Theme-deprived position. Let us face it your option for themes is not considered to be the most competitive advantage.
May I offer some solutions:
Take over (buy that is) some of the up and coming 3rd party theme providers (by the way I do not own nor work for any 3rd party providers)
If your funds are limited then, create a revenue generating division and compete with the third party theme providers - but offer themes at 50% cheaper than the comparable 3rd party providers.
This division will soon bring in incremental revenue before you know it. I am certainly going to be one of your customers.
I am sure Weeblers would rather buy from Weebly than outsiders simply because of your support service and future compatibility.
Consider this seriously Weebly!!
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Most of us hate the Weebly footer. It's ugly and obnoxious. However, many of us have multiple sites with Weebly, and can't afford to update all of them to Starter sites, especially with the starter site price increase. I realize that Weebly has to make money, which is why I've stayed and why I've upgraded several of my sites to Starter sites.
However, paying for features we don't want, need, or use is a ridiculous business model. Even when we manage to hide the footer, Weebly changes coding so our efforts don't work anymore. Instead of trying to force us to have the thing, why not give some options? I've even listed a few to jump-start the process.
1- If one site on the account is upgraded, allow other sites on that account to have a free footer removal as a "Thank you for being a paying customer" gesture.
2- Allow people to link to Weebly elsewhere. Instead of forcing us to have the ugly footer, allow us to click a check box that we have linked to Weebly on another page of the site, maybe even force us to add in a link to where the Weebly advertisement is, just as a security measure. I think all of us long-term Weebly users would gladly post "Hey, this site is made on Weebly and Weebly is awesome!" somewhere on their site that THEY choose and can customize the looks of.
3- Paid footer removal. Allow us to pay something like $4-$8 a year to remove the footer from the websites. Many were using the Starter websites to do this because at $29 for 6 months, it was relatively cheap. It's not as cheap anymore to justify saying "I won't use any other part of this starter upgrade, so I'm going to pay $60 every 6 months JUST to make my website look cleaner. I myself canceled a few starter plans recently, because I wasn't using any feature but the footer removal, and it didn't make sense to continue paying for it. We're not adding a domain or using any other features, so the footer should be an add-on. Same with using a domain... giving us an a-la carte option for the things people actually USE in the upgraded packages would be nice. I'd gladly pay $3 a month to remove the footer and add a previously bought domain to a site. Heck, at that price, I'd upgrade ALL my sites. Being more affordable for smaller options can only help Weebly in the long run.
4- Post a Weebly review somewhere, link to it, and have the custom footer option added to the site of your choosing at no extra charge. If you have multiple sites, you have to post reviews on different websites, one for each site. It's a great way to get Weebly more in the public eye, get positive reviews from users that are happy to have that option, and to entice others to take a 2nd look at the new Weebly.
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Hello, so I have a for an app to help relieve stress. So you walk around an office and find random weapons. This would be a level game you would have to kill your boss to finish each level. This would be an over the shoulder shooter/killer game. There would be 30 levels.
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