Building a website can be a hassle if you don’t have the resources – be it funding, time, or a web designer you trust to design the digital face of your company. Sounds like some big shoes to fill. Enter Pagevamp, a service that allows you to turn a Facebook Page into a website.
Atulya Pandey, Fred Wang, and Vincent Sanchez-Gomez created Pagevamp to make creating a website easier, more sustainable, and less expensive. If you’ve got a Facebook page, you can create a website using Pagevamp’s library of designs and fonts just by providing the Facebook Page’s URL. The paid version offers additional features including a members page, a menu page, and the option to host your site at a custom domain.
A service like Pagevamp could come in handy for any of the creatives whom we work with looking for a simple solution to displaying their services or portfolios in a professional format. We gave Pagevamp a test drive today using the JBCStyle Facebook Page; within a few minutes, we were up and running with a pretty decent-looking website. With the free version, the URL will look like this: http://www.pagevamp.com/page/JBCStyle. Check out our site (JBCStyle’s Pagevamp Site) and the screenshots below and let us know what you think.