Infographic: Increasing Demand of Clone Applications/Websites

What are Clone Websites?

The word ‘Clone’ itself depicts a copy of anything. This term was firstly introduced in Biology in which creating duplicate of any entity is known as cloning.

In Web Development, Clone Websites refer to the exact copies of any other website in terms of design, functionalities, or may be with some additional features in the existing website.

Why Clone websites are in trend?

You might have accessed websites/Applications like Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, GroupOn.com, Yelp, Airbnb.com, eBay etc. These are very popular websites and earning in billions/trillions.

You might have imagined of having your own website with same features like any popular website or with additional features in that.

Many popular website scripts are not for sell or too costly. Therefore, website cloning is the only solution to get the application/website with same features or other features. There are some companies who provide clone solutions.

Why to opt Clone Solution?

Easy integration on your own script: The clone script can easily be integrated to your existing script.
You can add new features: Prepare a feature list of your website/application with all the features you require.
Easy customizations: The clone script is easily customizable according to your requirements and need.
Highly scalable: The scope and features of clone website/application can be extended as per your requirements.
Cost effective: The clone solution is less expensive than developing a website from scratch or purchasing a license from original website owner.
Time saving: Developing clone solution saves time than developing a website from scratch.
Language Oriented: You can choose a platform in which you want your website/application to be developed.
100% access to source code: You have 100% access to the source of clone script. So that you have full permissions to customize your website.
No Copyright Issue: There is no legal issues in website cloning. Even adding new features may lead others to create your website’s clone.
Generate your own License: As It would be completely your website so you can generate your own license.

And so many benefits of clone solution.

Thinking of having a Clone application now? Really it’s so amazing after looking at benefits. Then what are you waiting for?

If you want to learn more about Clone website/application, scroll down to info-graphic shown below.

Clone Websites

Source: Nine Hertz

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  1. Wayne August 28, 2014
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