July 26th, 2013 - Product Updates

New Feature: Promotion Form

Our new Promotion form lets you set up contests and giveaways super quick!

Maybe it’s happened to you before. You’re going through your day as usual when you suddenly realize it: tomorrow is the one year anniversary of starting your business. How could you forget? You want to do something special on your website—like maybe a contest or giveaway—but there’s no time to design it from scratch. Never fear! We just released our Promotion feature, which allows you to create contests and giveaways all in a matter of seconds.

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July 22nd, 2013 - Customer Spotlights

Interview with Richard Morisson, he started his own company to create Onepagers for local businesses

Richard Morisson is an independent web developer based in San Francisco who uses Onepager to create websites for local businesses. Here’s what he told us about starting his own company, helping others expand their businesses, and why a simple webpage makes all the difference.

Tell us a little about your web development business and why you started it in the first place.

I was working on a website to market my resume writing services in 2012 and found Onepager through a Google search. I was really impressed, so I started building my website with it. But I got so excited about Onepager itself that I put my resume writing service on hold to see if I could instead design websites for other small businesses. Onepager was more intuitive and easier to use than WordPress or WebSite Tonight from GoDaddy. Now I’m working on my fourth website for other small businesses.

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May 9th, 2013 - General

Small Business Shared Experiences Survey

We want to know what your concerns are about small business so we’re better prepared to help.

Please take our short 2 minute, 5 question survey (anonymously if you wish) and we’ll publish the results on this blog when we’ve gathered enough data. 20 random survey participants will get Onepager T-Shirts and 1 will get a $50 Amazon.com gift card.

Take the Small Business Shared Experiences Survey »

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May 6th, 2013 - Product Updates

Form Submission Data Now Available On Your Dashboard

In addition to having the information emailed to you, the custom forms that your customers fill out are now accessible on your dashboard.

The custom form builder is one of Onepager’s most popular features. And with good reason! From contact forms to quote requests, custom forms are an invitation to get to know your customers and an opportunity to respond and show them the human side of your small business. Today, during our constant march to improve our product, we’re announcing form submissions data on your dashboard.

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May 3rd, 2013 - Product Updates

New Paypal Button Content Type

Adding a Paypal “Buy Now” button to your Onepager is now really easy!

Many of you guys and gals are already selling things on your Onepager with a Paypal button (like eggsnecklaces and rainboots), but we wanted to make things even simpler. Today, on Japan Constitution Memorial Day and Poland Constitution Day, we’re announcing the new Paypal Button content type.

Just enter in your item name, price, and Paypal account’s email address and that’s it! You can also select which currency you’d like to use (like a Peso, Ringgit, Sheqel or gold bars. Just kidding, you can’t accept gold bars through the Internet), upload an image, set a shipping price or tax rate. Take a look at this handy dandy step-by-step instructional graphic to see just how easy it is:

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May 2nd, 2013 - Product Updates

Agency Plan Bumped Up To 100 Users

If you’re an Agency Plan subscriber, you can now create up to 100 users to manage up to 100 Onepagers.

When our Agency Plan was released back in December, we started off with the ability to assign up to 20 additional users to help you manage your Onepagers. Turns out, our amazing customers wanted more! Some of you added private label Onepager as a service offered by your company and you wanted to be able to get 100 clients onto an Agency plan. Well, we are more than happy to oblige and feel free to contact us with more requests!

April 26th, 2013 - Featured Onepagers

Onepager of the Week: Turman Quarterback Academy

A quarterback training camp from Omaha, Nebraska is our Onepager of the Week!

Turman Quarterback Academy is a training camp for junior high school athletes in Omaha, NE. Their camp features three quarterback coaches that have impressive collegiate and coaching histories. For their site, they needed something simple to get the camp info online and give kids a way to sign up.

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April 12th, 2013 - Featured Onepagers

Onepager of the Week: Bootsie Bearcat Rainboots

This simple website with ecommerce sells a unique product and is our Onepager of the Week!

Bootsie Bearcat Rainboots is a site that sells slip-on rainboots for kids. It’s a pretty unique product and they come in a variety of colorful designs that we’re sure kids love. I remember when I was a kid and wore basically one pair of shoes in rain, sleet, snow and sunshine. Maybe I would have given these a shot since they aren’t full shoes!

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March 29th, 2013 - Featured Onepagers

Onepager of the Week: Sunrise Mart

One of our earliest customer sites is this week’s Onepager of the Week!

Sunrise Mart is a Japanese-focused specialty market in the SoHo neighborhood of NYC. They sell all sorts of groceries and take-out food that isn’t particularly easy to find in the city. They really are a great business to have around and we actually frequent them often! As it happens, they were also one of the first Onepager customers.

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March 22nd, 2013 - Featured Onepagers

Onepager of the Week: Guitar Class

A very simple site for a guitar school in Australia is our Onepager of the Week!

Guitar Class is a new guitar-focused music school in Chatswood, NSW, which is near Sydney, Australia. They say they take a unique approach to structuring their lessons by taking into consideration the music a student listens to. That sounds like a great way to make learning fun as who wouldn’t want to learn how to play their favorite songs?

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