Do you white label C5?
I just wanted to check and see if people white label c5 i.e. replace c5 branding with their own and brand it something like "super awesome cms".
I've noticed a few clients with a very poorly hacked white label version of c5 where most of the dashboard isn't useable.
Personally I used to do it before 5.4 but then I released what's the point...
Also, we promote the fact that the client is not vendor locked at all, and that concrete5 is an open source system.
I can certainly see why people would want to re-brand it as their own, but more and more clients are now looking for open systems from my experiences.
Hope that helps give another point of view
One company I was working for said they would never use the term "Open Source" because in their eyes it conveys room for security breaches.
Personally I've never had a hacked c5 site. The only time a site went down was when the client had a virus running on their computer which somehow was uploaded to the server.
The only complaint that was raised is the cms they try to sell costs the end user $3000. Do you think it would then be a good idea to white label it? I know it's a bit different with wordpress because it's all the rage...
What's your thoughts?
We'd also let you limit what addons your client can install and give you a kickback on those sales
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I didn't spend months and months of time producing this fantastic CMS and I wouldn't know where to start!
My clients know what it is and where it comes from.
They say to me, 'I want: Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress', I say to them you NEED Concrete5 and they love it!
I change the logo in the edit bar to remind them of me, thats all.
I'm not going to buy a lot of 'Dodge Chargers' and rebrand them as 'Bob's Buggies'?
Credit where credit is due.......