Have you seen MojoMotor?

In the midst of the update to ExpressionEngine 2.1, EllisLab announced a new product that hasn’t gotten a ton of attention. Its name is MojoMotor and is made to provide a more simple starting point for a website. Then, if the website grows in complexity it could be easily upgraded to ExpressionEngine. Compared to EE, this CMS is a pretty stripped down page-based CMS. It allows you to reorder pages quickly, and use a WYSIWYG editor to update content.

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Comment by Eric October 2nd, 2010 12:42 am

It’s an interesting addition to the Elis Lab suite. I appreciate the simplicity of MojoMotor from a client-perspective, but I’m so pleased with the new EE 2.0 (and how comfortable clients have been managing content with it) that I’m not so sure I’ll be recommending it as heavily as ExpressionEngine 2.0. If budget is an issue, it does seem to be a great option though. And in all fairness I’ve only been involved in the deployment of one MojoMotor site thus far.

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