I set up South Pacific Pro in July 2018 after noticing the trend towards software-as-a-service website builders and away from self-hosted websites.
The new South Pacific Pro system was to inherit several websites that previously existed on wordpress. As South Pacific Pro was to use a different database structure to wordpress, the move required the re-structuring of a large volume of data.
There were three wordpress sites that South Pacific Pro was to inherit:
South Pacific Pro (new site)
South Pacific Pro is a website builder for home business companies and top earners. This would be a new site that did not exist previously on wordpress.
South Pacific Pro (marketing site)
A collection of free courses about multi-level marketing and online marketing was to be re-purposed to market South Pacific Pro to prospective customers.
This website is the brand for my personal services and products, excluding South Pacific Pro. It was to be a test case for the South Pacific Pro platform.
What This Involved
Here are some structural features of South Pacific Pro that the old wordpress data needed to fit into:
- payment processing
- automated registration
- enable customers to control a network of websites for their downline
- enable customers to white label their network
- enable customers to run a marketplace between their downline
- enable customers to embed education for their downline
- selective module activation
Here are some of the areas for the first set of courses that the old wordpress data needed to be re-organised into:
- lead generation
- market research
- personal finance