As you can see on my blog, it’s very evident how I am really fond of customizing my layout. Good thing, aside from Tumblr, there’s another platform where you can have yours customized on a much easier manner. Get rid of those HTML and CSS codes. All you have to do is drag and drop how you want it to look like.
Infinite.ly is a platform that guides you in an easier and faster way of launching your brand. They offer pretty good deals. A custom dot.com, a mobile-friendly website, a customizable blog and a Facebook page just to name a few. And would you believe that it is a proud Filipino-based application? Cool beans! :D
First you would have to make your own Infinite.ly account. After doing so, you would be ask to choose on what type of brand you are in. Among the choices are Blogger, Business and Event.
To familiarize on how the site goes, you would be guided with pop-ups. After which, it’s your time to select a plan. For a custom domain name, I find it a bit pricey though. Others offer a lower offer, not more than a thousand pesos plus the storage is too small (50Mb).
The other drawback that I can see on this application is that if you were not able to claim your page after a day or two, it will be void. I don’t exactly know the reason why. I wasn’t able to dig in on that part.
Enough of the bad points, allow me to tell you what a liked on the said platform. Drag-and-drop layouts, every element on your blog can be moved, resized and styled all based on your preference. It’s as easy a one, two, three. When I saw this feature, I know that everyone would love it, especially to those who finds it hard to deal with HTML and CSS codes.
They also have Facebook integration plus a monitoring on every social-networking sites that you have. This will be a very big help for you, guys! Updates and comments can be easily seen right through this feature.
Infinite.ly is a bit new to the industry and I believe they are already on their way on improving the services that they would have to offer their future clients. I am very much looking forward on that moment and maybe, just maybe, we’ll never know, I will be convinced to transfer on this proudly Filipino-made platform.