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The replacement for SiteAssist Professional?

Thread began 5/28/2010 1:40 pm by info72555 | Last modified 6/04/2010 10:13 am by info72555 | 1538 views | 9 replies


The replacement for SiteAssist Professional?

I just bought the new version of Site Assist Pro a few days ago and have not even used it yet. At the beginning of the video for Site Sculptor you are suggesting it replaces Site Assist Pro.

It appears Site Sculptor is a LOT more powerful, considering it has the CMS built in. I am not too pleased you are releasing the new Site Assist Pro and the much more attractive Site Sculptor just a little later (I now feel I just wasted my money on Site Assist Pro). I would rather have Site Sculptor and it would be nice if you could offer free upgrades for anyone who purchased Site Assist Pro recently.

I also have a question regarding your licensing: The Power CMS 2 Solution is only good for one domain but since Site Sculptor is an extension, you can build as many sites as you want containing a CMS for the same price as a single CMS 2 license. I am somewhat confused. Would you please explain?

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