Fav no code site builder?

Stephen Shaw
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For landing page of Dunster.io , we ended up using dorik.io
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@rahul_lakhanpal Thanks for sharing! Hadn’t heard of dorik, looks like it’s in beta. Nice find!
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@sxsio No worries, I found them on indiehackers and thought of sharing for good karma :) Here is the link https://www.indiehackers.com/pro... which got me the initial introduction to the tool.
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@rahul_lakhanpal Cool! Gotta love Indiehackers!
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@rahul_lakhanpal thank you so much for using Dorik 🙏 Hi @sxsio, If you need any information about Dorik, please let me know. 🙌
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@mizanme No worries. Good work should always be rewarded. As a customer, I feel good sharing a product I felt matched my expectations.
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I started on the AMZN beta, Honeycode, a few weeks back. I'm a novice, but it's been good. Thinking of trying Unstack (found on producthunt)!
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@cypsrp_7 Nice! Agree that Unstack looks interesting. Not sure if you’ve heard of Carrd.co? It’s also popular on PH, @rrhoover uses it for weekend.fund
@rrhoover @sxsio Sorry I missed your message. Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out.
Building a Portfolio of Businesses
I used Mailchimp's landing page builder, since it was integrated with the mailing list. Wasn't too impressed with it. Tried carrd.io, but the templates felt a bit limiting Haven't had experience with the other ones.
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@jhlyeung Yeah, Mailchimp’s landing pages didn’t impress me either. The Carrd templates can feel limiting, but there are ways to customize them quite a bit. Still though, think the majority of people use Carrd for one page landers and bio sites.
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