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FC2

Website Management Tools


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Published 01/24/2011 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

FC2 gives users a number of helpful tools to manage their website. Users can create a blog by selecting from a number of appealing templates predesigned by FC2. The blog system is also designed for beginners, making it much easier for anyone to learn how to use their first blog. The site also allows users to build a free website with 1 GB of storage space and no advertisements. Analytical tools enable users to track visitor activity on their site. Users can also select a preferred analysis icon. Video upload features are also available and can be viewed on some mobile phones. Users can view their website’s ranking, share and receive helpful information, add a visitor counter, resize images for posting and more.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

FC2 was founded in July of 1999. The company is currently based out of Las Vegas, Nevada and offers users a complete list of web solutions. FC2 has grown dramatically since it was first founded, with most of its growth coming from Japan. Today, FC2 provides free and paid services to users from all over the globe.

What are the differences to other apps?

FC2 offers services that many other companies provide online. What makes FC2 stand out is the sheer number of options. Users can handle almost anything related to blogs and basic website monitoring through FC2. Some of the services are very basics, such as visitor counters or simple blogs, but these features work well for someone who is looking for an easy way to build a website or create a blog. The free website option is also appealing because it includes no advertisements.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The FC2 website uses a white background and amusing, colorful icons throughout to entice users. Icons include yellow ducks, polar bears, cartoon televisions, lions and more. The site is relatively well organized, although a new visitor will find a few advertisements scattered throughout. These are primarily kept to the sides or top so they do not interfere too much with the user’s experience.

How does the registration process work?

A new user can register for an FC2 account by clicking the red “Sign Up” button along the left hand side of the homepage. This directs the user to the registration form. The top, right hand corner of the form includes a drop down box that allows the user to toggle between available languages, including English, German, Spanish and French. The form asks the user for an email address. The user must also enter the Captcha verification code to prove that they are human. After clicking the wide button at the bottom of the form, the user is advised that they must check their email for an activation email which must be accessed to finalize account creation and begin using FC2.

What does it cost to use the application?

FC2 offers users a wide range of free and paid services. Users can build a website with no advertisements and 1 GB of storage space for free. Blogs are also free along with counters, the FC2 high performance analyzer, ranking view and video uploads. Users can contact FC2 for pricing on more in depth services.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Anyone looking for a basic service to start a blog or website can really appreciate FC2. The site includes many helpful features as well as all the basics the user needs to build a website or blog. The site is simple to navigate and each service is highlighted by colorful images and icons.

  • Build a free website using FC2
  • Create a basic blog using a predesigned template offered by FC2
  • Add a counter to your website
  • View your website’s page ranking
  • Search for answers in the FC2 knowhow database


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