Zyro is a system that lets you build websites so you can get a webstore or online portfolio up and running within the hour. Now, that gives them license to poke fun at website design.
Also, I don’t have to sit through the same 45 to 60 seconds of virtually word for word “influencer” spiel whenever I watch a YouTube video with a popular host. So, thanks also for that Zyro!
Of course, the fact that the WordPress theme that Geek Native is based on is so old that it’s officially retired by the seller means I can’t comment on any design. If I win the lottery, I promise, I’ll hire a WordPress designer and developer and be their nightmare customer.
In the meantime, let’s take a look at some 90s imagined social media “What if…” sites. As a bonus, the floppy discs that the sites might have been stored on as a backup.
You can find team Zyro’s own thoughts about the attention-grabbing marketing project over on their blog.
Bonus points for the sly branding of the Start button.
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