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  Reply # 838544 18-Jun-2013 09:52
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Nice to see a good basic idea going forward looks like everyone has said about the slow site the DIY nature of it but I am sure you will get there. Just one thing if you do get there, wont Apple take issue with "ilights" I thought they were putting the kibosh on anything "I" you might want to check that out before you go to far then find they make you change your domain.




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  Reply # 838557 18-Jun-2013 10:08
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I will have to look into that. Cheers for the advice mate

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 838629 18-Jun-2013 12:12
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stevo018: I will have to look into that. Cheers for the advice mate
when you do find an answer would you let us know as i have a few "i"s i would like to register




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  Reply # 838687 18-Jun-2013 13:35
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gnfb:
stevo018: I will have to look into that. Cheers for the advice mate
when you do find an answer would you let us know as i have a few "i"s i would like to register


IMO it's all a bit iPassé putting an 'i' in front of product names.  Yes the lights are internet linked but it lacks creativity.  The most recent (terrible) example was on Stuff the other day for the iCoil (http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/gadgets/8805132/iCoil-keeps-your-headphones-tangle-free) which sounds more like an internet linked contraceptive!

Be creative and individual :)




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  Reply # 838690 18-Jun-2013 13:38
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Website is horrible. Closed the tab with your website as soon as i saw the header part load.

If this is the best you can do, your best bet is to approach a developer to sort your website out for you. Most likely the best move you could make.




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  Reply # 839044 19-Jun-2013 08:26
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stevo018, here's an example of a good yet basic website for a startup. Doesn't have lots of information but just the right amount with information about the owners of the company.
http://www.yolkr.com/





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  Reply # 839326 19-Jun-2013 13:39
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c3rn: stevo018, here's an example of a good yet basic website for a startup. Doesn't have lots of information but just the right amount with information about the owners of the company.
http://www.yolkr.com/


I suggested under.me

And not only because it has Bar Raefeal in it but for its simplicity structure and quality LOL you will most probably find they spent couple 100 k building it but .....




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