Behance ProSite Justin Cone May 31, 2011 Behance goes pro with ProSite ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 7 Comments Carlo De Agostini June 1st, 2011 I’ve been using cargocollective.com that is very similar but it’s cheaper and probably easier. I have an average of 30 or so access per day and up to 500 a day when I post something, according to google analytics. Can anybody that is using it telling me if it’s worthy in term of accesses to switch to Behance ProSite? Thanks Thiago Maia June 1st, 2011 Carlo, I have Cargo, as I am doing my new website, but I was looking Behance and it is only 2 dollar more per month and if looks a lot easier to change as they have controls and you don’t need get into code. Apart of that and the community, it would be nice to know what people that is using think. JonathanWinbush June 1st, 2011 I like prosite better than cargo so far. You can do a test trial on prosite to see if you like it and if you do then you pay for it. pauloblob June 1st, 2011 I have been using ProSite for the past month. Started with the beta version and I have decided to build my entire website on it. It still lacks some basic stuff like editable html but it is really useful and easy to use. Once you start using it every other web service looks like it as made in the 90s. Carlo De Agostini June 2nd, 2011 For those of you that switched to ProSite from cargo, did you have more visibility or it’s pretty much the same? Do you guys have more or less followers then you had in cargo? Cheers nicolasg June 2nd, 2011 After trying it out I decided to switch my site entirely to prosite mostly due to my mediocre knowledge of html and that I already had a decent behance following. Customization tools are amazing and your site is synced with your behance account so you don’t have to upload projects twice. Registration is actually $8/mo , not $11 ( if you pay up front for a year). Only drawback is that they don’t take advantage of the behance network…yet. As of now there is no link from the behance search engine result to prosite, no badge, no sign of prosite on your behance profile, nothing. I hope they find a way to drive traffic from behance to prosite members because unless you have a custom url, I don’t know how people are supposed to find your “whatever.prosite.com”. martz June 9th, 2011 what do y’all think of this compared to: squarespace virb flavors.me and any others I don’t know about Comments are closed.