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    (Quote from JordinB)


    Success is subjective. The product is stable enough even without frequent updates. That's a success. I'm still purchasing licenses. That's a success. I still get Perch development contract work on new projects from agencies…
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    hus_hmd I totally agree that Shop should be a paid add on. It is a massive undertaking. I have no problem adding that to the bill for my clients. They want a shop they should have to pay for it.
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    Nice observation, charlie.elsey .

    Some suggested that Shop should be a paid add-on. If it is being actively developed, I agree. I think the plan was to introduce the Shop Assistant (paid subscription) to generate recurring…
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    ellimondo I should have been more clear that I may be in the minority considering I've only been using Perch for 3 years. Feels like most users have been using the product longer than I have. I went and compared Perch to Craft and most of the other…
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    I don't think you're in the minority at all here seoMatt . I'd say it's very much the opposite. I continue to use Perch every day in my businesses because I love using it too. People wouldn't be leaving comments here if they didn't care about the…
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    I must admit, I haven't got much to add. I think the points covered by hus_hmd and Tobe echo my thoughts. We all want Perch to succeed and we're all very excited to see improvements on the details that really improve the overall product.

    The…
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    I might be in the minority, but I spent a great deal of time researching CMS systems about 3 years ago because I wanted to find one solution that would work for my small practice. After spending literally days doing cost/ benefit and pros / cons I went…
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    I'd like to echo everyone's sentiment here – I'll be more than happy to pay to renew a license every year to get the latest version – BUT, like Stephen says, I'd want assurances that support and update rates are going to improve. 1 update in the…