NEW YORK – In minutes, any business owner can have a very simple, static website up on the web with practically no tech experience, and at no expense. New York based startup Onepager is designed for the professional who is too busy doing real business to become an expert web developer, and for the businesses that have no budget and don’t care to insult a professional web designer with their offer of zero dollars. Because Onepager will take your zero dollars, professionals have a quick way to set up a web presence that doesn’t require maintenance (like a blog) and can be updated through the overly simple dashboard.
The service sells custom URLs or you can use an existing URL and it even offers basic web analytics. Onepager doesn’t claim to be the most robust service, it aims to be the simplest and fastest to set up, requiring little to no maintenance.
Ideas for using Onepager:
- Single real estate listing website
- Small retailer website
- Event announcement site
- Budding charity website
- Single product feature
- Single landing page for a series of reports
- Location for company offers and coupons
- Single site for each employee
It can be used in any situation where a website needs to be tossed up within minutes. If a user can figure out email, they can figure out Onepager, and the best part is that it even has social sharing buttons and businesses can feature their social networks.
We set up a fake sample site:
We spent about thirty seconds making a fake Onepager to demonstrate the features available and the only one we did not activate was “Download” which allows you to offer PDFs (reports, your menu of services, etc.), click here to see the sample site. After evaluating it, we find their claims of being self explanatory to be true- it is simple, the interface is modern and clean, and it is a better option for some professionals than either not having a website or investing time and money into something they cannot maintain or afford.