I obtained XSitePro two months ago and have enjoyed using it to build new websites, and in fact I find it so easy to use that I’ve moved all but one of my existing sites over to it. Here are some of my favorite features of the XSitePro software:
XSitePro creates and builds your sitemap automatically
I must say, this is one of the nicest features of XSitePro.
Making a site map is tedious and boring but necessary because it makes it easy for your visitor to find what they’re looking for on your site, and it helps search engines to find the various pages of
your site. Not only is your sitemap created with the click of the mouse, it’s also updated and changed when you make changes to your site. This feature saves you time and hassle.
XSitepro organizes all your affiliate programs
Are you promoting affiliate products on your site? With XSitePro, you can
organize all the various affiliate programs you promote.
code, banners, etc and even log in url, username/password).
Then, with a click of a mouse you can add your affiliate link or
graphic…literally a click of a mouse. No more wasting time
hunting down your affiliate link or log in information.
Monetizing your site with AdSense?
add it simply with a right mouse click. You can even decide on or change the look of the ads, and change the channel for tracking purposes, right there in the program…no more going to Google to copy/paste code.
Search Engine Optimization got you totally confused?
XSitePro makes search engine optimization easy. It tells you where you need to put your keywords and stores all your keywords for you. Plus you can run
“reports” on your site and XSitePro will tell you, step-by-step, what you need
to change if you have forgotten anything in your SEO efforts.
Sick of the way your site looks?
XSitePro gives you the ability to make changes to the look of the site, on every page of the site, without having to learn css (cascading style sheets)!
Take my word for it, XSitePro will save you hours and hours of time and hassle when building new sites or adding to your existing sites.
Source by Carrie Lauth