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The Difference Between Flexibility And FlexSqueeze

Over the past couple of days I’ve been getting some tweets, emails and comments on my blogs as to the difference between Flexibility and the FlexSqueeze theme. For those of you who don’t know, Flexibility is the free version of FlexSqueeze.

Anyway, I’ve been mistakenly telling everyone that it’s basically the same and that the only difference was that you could replace the codes in the footer with your own. :doh_tb:   :wallbash_tb:

How stupid am I, there’s got to be a lot more to FlexSqueeze than that otherwise why would you want to upgrade to the full version? In my defense it’s been a long time since I’ve upgraded and I’m so used to FlexSqueeze I’d forgotten what the differences were.

Some of the differences include some

major theme enhancements such as custom search box text, more flexible tag and category options, more font style choices, enhanced sub sidebar widget code, built in pagination navigation, new theme skins and much more!

There is also one other major difference, the ability to build your own squeeze pages. Personally I’m not sure that I would ever use one but it’s nice knowing it’s there in case I ever change my mind. Even so, I was wandering if I could use it’s capabilities to design a sales page for my online stores.

This is what my shopping page used to look like.


Yeah, pretty boring right? Well now let’s have a look at Sire’s new Shopping Mall. I don’t know about you but I reckon that is a remarkable improvement, and the whole thing was done in WordPress’ own HTML editor.  I haven’t even used the options available in the FlexSqueeze Theme Option Section. That would enable me to change the width, header, font color, background image, well I think you get the general idea.

While I’m still going to play around with that page when I get more time, before I leave I would like to mention one other very important feature of having your very own FlexSqueeze theme and that is it makes you money. To date it has been my number one income earner. That’s not at all surprising when you consider people can see how excited I am about the product.

So, now you all know the difference between the two themes.

Edit: FlexSqueeze has just received an update which makes it even easier and more versatile. I’ve written a post about it which you can read here.

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  1. I am very familiar with Flexibility because that’s my theme at my blog and I like it. I have been into its depths because I have done a lot of tweaking to it, so I can surely say it’s cool and very flexible (as its name suggests).

    So, that Shopping Mall page was created right out of FlexSqueeze? All I can say is wow! It’s cool and looks so professional.

    Probably, when I consider myself fit to move to the next level in my blogging, I think the best logical thing to do is to upgrade from my current Flexibility theme to FlexSqueeze.

    1. Best theme I’ve come across so far, and I’m so happy with it I’m not looking to change.

      Yep, when you buy the theme you get a file that you paste into into WP’s HTML editor and then all you do is change it to suit your site. The file comes with easy to follow instructions, step by step, so that you know exactly what is going on.

  2. Glad you found a theme that works for you.
    I’m currently using a free Woo theme and like it.

    I guess it all comes down to needed features and personal choice..

    1. Yeah, personal choice is very important Glen. As to features, I never though I would use the squeeze page feature and yet I have.

  3. I am still using the Flexibility version on my site(s), but may upgrade for my new project coming out hopefully in February.

    I have been looking at Thesis too, but have heard rumblings about across the netwaves that I didn’t like so we will see what I will do…

    1. Rumblings Keith? What kind mate?

      1. Rumblings that Thesis was not built with SEO in mind, like I said though, it was rumblings, not sure how true…

  4. I’m not very familiar with the FlexSqueeze theme. I’ll have to look into it more. Can you set the theme up so that it will fit all screen resolutions?
    .-= Rose´s last blog ..Hello Kitty Phenomena =-.

    1. How do you mean Rose? You can adjust the width etc from within wordpress but it won’t automatically stretch or shrink automatically or anything.

  5. I recently purchased this from Sire and am super flippen excited to dive into it. I not only bought the full version right off the bat, but without even using it saw the potential and went right for the developer license! :)
    .-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..Blog Move Is Imminent ! I’m Looking For Launch Partners… =-.

    1. I was hoping you would like it Dennis. Ryan, the guy behind this amazing theme has even developed a whole lot of niche skins for those not wanting to go that route and they are really pretty cool.

      Here’s hoping you get heaps of customers clamoring for you to build them their sits Dennis.

      1. Not wanting to go what route? Did I read that right? Aren’t the niche skins available to everyone?

        Sorry, that line makes no sense to me…
        .-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..Blog Move Is Imminent ! I’m Looking For Launch Partners… =-.

        1. No, FlexSqueeze is so good that you can do almost anything with it, but you still have to come up with your own headers, if you don’t like the ones that come with it, and stuff.

          For those that don’t want the hassle or don’t have the time he’s designed several skins that would suit different niches like dating sites, bodybuilding, cell phones, ringtone and the list goes on.

          Last I looked they were $14.99 each and you would get 20% off if you bought 3.

          Like I said though, you can do it all yourself, as I do all my theme changes, but some people may prefer to have it already done.

          1. Umm, headers = graphic work right? Like photoshop and cra – err – stuff like that? I outsource that. lol
            .-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..Blog Move Is Imminent ! I’m Looking For Launch Partners… =-.

            1. Yep, that’s another option. I prefer to make my own or play around with some free headers that I find on the net but I suppose some may prefer the other option.

            2. An excellent option for those that can…I know my limitations; a real time-saver. lol
              .-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..Blog Move Is Imminent ! I’m Looking For Launch Partners… =-.

  6. I have been thinking over the past several months to purchase a premium theme. I have kinda looked at Frugal and Thesis, but I don’t know. Currently I use a free theme. Yeah kinda boring, but maybe I will upgrade one day. I’ll have to check out the Flexsqueeze
    .-= Jim Hardin´s last blog ..Hearty Old Fashion Plug-In Stew =-.

    1. If you ever decide to get FlexSqueeze Jim I’m sure you will be more than happy with it.

  7. Wow, the mall looks really great, good job Sire!

    By the way found a typo under the Top Sexual Aids section in the entry page: Don’t even bother coming here it you’re under the age of 18years.

    Good luck with your venture.
    .-= JR @ Internet Marketing´s last blog ..List of 128 Comment Luv Blogs by Niche =-.

    1. Thanks JR, and which venture would that be, the sexual one? :devil_tb:

  8. If I’m ever in the market to buy a custom theme I’ll keep this in mind. Right now I’m just a bit too cheap. I could say I don’t have the money to spare, but the truth is even if I did I would wait. :blink_tb:

    1. No rush Anne. I reckon it will still be there when you’re ready.

      BTW, what did you think of my Shopping page?

      1. I like it, but [knowing it’s a work in progress] it needs a few pictures to entice buyers. I do like how you immediate mention your affiliate status with all of the links you list. This builds confidence [at least to me it does].

        One thing, you might want to put a disclaimer on the Herbal Shop as it opens to a page with herbs for orgasms and erectile dysfunction, among other things. :blush_tb:

        1. What sort of pictures Anne?

          As to the herbal store, I did say it was for the adult customer :wink_ee: and I also mentioned that I haven’t tried any of the products, thereby implying that I I don’t know if they work. The products that I did look at came with a money back guarantee.

          I’ve advertised some of the products on my sex blog and asked for some feedback, but so far nothing.

          Thanks for your honest opinion Anne, you know how much I appreciate it.

          1. I’m not sure I’d want feedback from someone purchasing off a sex site…the phrase too much info, springs to mind. lol
            .-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..Blog Move Is Imminent ! I’m Looking For Launch Partners… =-.

            1. lmao, good one Dennis!
              .-= JR @ Internet Marketing´s last blog ..List of 128 Comment Luv Blogs by Niche =-.

            2. Thank you very much. (Elvis voice.)
              .-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..Blog Move Is Imminent ! I’m Looking For Launch Partners… =-.

          2. You’re right, I missed the adult part. I did see everything else. Selective reading perhaps? :happy_tb:

            As for the pictures, I’m not sure. Maybe an image link to one of those [non-sexual] herbals and a cool toy, a book. Kind of like a preview of things one could buy from shopping through your links. I’m not very good at these things I just know people like pictures. Hope that helps.

            1. Yes it does Anne, and I will see what I can do in the near future.

  9. whoa, so that shopping site was made using FlexSqueeze? That does look pofessional. i guess I assumed that Flexsqueeze was just another blogging template… didn’t know you could make mini sites with it.
    thanks man, I just might pick it up through your aff link. no BS man. thanks!
    AL

    1. No worries Al. I haven’t tried pasting the HTML and using it as a standalone site but I’m sure it can be done with some modifications.

      1. Just bought it man, I went ahead and got the full developer license because I plan to sell some of the sites I build.
        I can’t believe I didn’t find this theme earlier. What’s cool is that I can run a standard blog but also build a professional sales page that I send people to to buy ebooks that I write. Seriously, this will save me a ton of time.
        AL
        .-= Allyn´s last blog ..Sold For $30K: The Commitment To BIG Posts =-.

        1. Not to mention the money you can make from recommending the theme Al, or you could just send them here. :wink_ee:

          Glad you liked it mate. Can’t wait to see what you come up with.

  10. Well the best thing about this theme is it is totally customizable for sales page :) :)
    I would recommend this to all the affiliates who are using HTML pages which have been hacked by many hackers and thus giving away their software , ebooks freely on their respective forum :( , and wordpress i haven’t come across any sales page which has been hacked :) :)
    .-= Sunil Jain@gupshup´s last blog ..How to effectively write a blog post =-.

    1. Not just the sales page, the whole theme is very customizable.


  11. Twitter:
    Hey Sire, offtopic, but your email address with “blogsire” is bouncing emails back saying the mailbox is full. Not even sure why I’m getting the emails, since I haven’t tried sending you anything intentionally.
    .-= Mitch´s last blog ..The Ethics Of Your Writing =-.

    1. Weird, especially since it wouldn’t be full as I check it regularly using MailWasher?


      1. Twitter:
        I just wanted to alert you that something odd was going on. As I said, I haven’t even sent you any emails, but I got 3 “back” at the same time.
        .-= Mitch´s last blog ..Do We Deserve Privacy Online? =-.

        1. I’ve emailed you Mitch, let’s see if we can work this little mystery out.

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