View Full Version : Site management options/programs

06-15-2013, 01:21 AM
This looks like a great way to revamp our website. Anyone ever tried it?


We are looking for alternatives. I don't want to go with ccBill again, that's for sure. :D

Clips4Sale is great but it is a fetish audience there for sure.

But I LOVE how easy it is to load new clips there. I would like to find some kind of cross between C4S and totally redoing our site at massive output of time, effort, and money again.

06-16-2013, 05:30 PM
@Djoesr, did you find any examples of websites built by this company that you liked? I think it's kind of weird to be a website development company and not have a portfolio listing

06-16-2013, 05:41 PM
Yeah the guy sent me some examples a while back. Haven't looked closely at them, but I definitely will before committing.

I'm more interested in the idea than this specific company. Though if what he says is true, it would be very easy to update and run the site. That's my main concern, update ease--and making it easy for the customer to buy or PPV the content.

06-16-2013, 05:44 PM
what are you using for your CMS now?

also, what are you using for your hosting now? are you considering paying them for hosting as well? I couldn't find out who they resell their hosting from...

06-17-2013, 09:07 AM
I'm not--that was most of the problem I had with the site. It is still up, but basically on hold until I replace ccBill as payment processor and osCommerce as the shopping cart program.

Here is another, better known CMS:


06-17-2013, 09:08 AM
I'm hosting on Hostgator and I like them a lot.

06-17-2013, 04:47 PM
interesting, thanks for the info

still couldn't find what host porncms was reselling from

out of curiosity, what bank do you use for your site? if you don't feel comfortable posting it feel free to pm me. have you had any experience/heard anything about online only banks for business checking accounts?