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I love it! I've been using it for years. It's easy to upload new images, change up the layout, and update my resume'
I do use Krop, have been for about 2 years now I think, its very easy to use and fast for someone like me with no programming knowledge, so yes I would recommend it, quite a few of my concept artist friends use it as well,
I have been using Krop for close to eight years. I also have not been extremely active for a little while.
As far as recommending it, I would not. It’s cheap and easy to use but they have been extremely slow to add upgrades and their platform is slow and cumbersome.
I’ve been using Krop for a long time and could reccomend it for you. Easy and cheap.
I really appreciated how easy Krop has been for me to use. I am not coding intuitive and was feeling held back by Wix designs at the time. I think my krop portfolio would look better if I had those skills, but I am happy as it is. I am unsure if anyone has searched my website on their portfolio database for work opportunities. I doubt it but it’s a nice incentive that the option is there. If I could add anything, it would be some sort of marketplace plug in where I could have items for sale.
I would recommend Krop.
Yes, it’s great
I've been using it for a couple years now and I would recommend it. I really didn't do a lot of research before I started using it though. I basically needed to get a portfolio up as part of a job search as quick as I could and Krop was one of the first ones I came across. It was easy to setup and it was fairly inexpensive. And I thought I might put my photography portfolio up as well but never did. Might be cheaper and better options around these days but I've been happy with it and never felt the need to change.
I do recommend it to people.
I love it. I think it’s a great investment and It’s worth keeping it. I’ve been using it for 7 years and it’s super easy to update. I totally recommend it.
I recommend it absolutely is very good visually and easy to use,
i use Krop and do recommend it. It's user friendly:)
I do use krop & have used them for about for 8 years and have been extremely happy with them... easy to use, drag-and-drop, great templates...I guess the only drawback have found thus far in talking with an Seo person, who mainly uses blogging, krop sites currently do not have blogging format or integration, to my knowledge... Otherwise, awesome!
i can recommend it 100 %. I am using Krop already for some years. Very easy to use interface and many options to adjust the templates and make your own design of it. Also very affordable for 99 $ /1 year.
I must say I am highly pleased with their offerings, pricing and maybe most of all, service. The ease of which the platform works is great. I have very little experience building websites myself, yet everything Krop has is comprehensive and easy. And since they update their templates frequently, my website remains dynamic as well (soon will be changing the template, which pretty much happens with a click of the button).
Krop is just ok. It would be more user friendly if I were just using it for photos. It’s not user friendly for video, and uploading a link to a video to properly match the clicked thumbnail (and still showcase the right opening image) is more difficult than it should be. I chose it because it has I can adjust the design of the page from a drop down and have it automatically reformat the page to a new format. After I set it up, I realized that only one or two format choices are good for video. The rest are better suited to still photography. I do recommend Krop, but only for still photo. It was very easy to hook it up with my own domain, it’s easy to make it always look fresh/different, and I think if you didn’t force it to talk to YouTube, you’d have a much better time than I did.
I recommend it. For $99/yr, it's been nice. The only thing I don't like about it is that by Google rankings aren't very high. There doesn't seem to be a good way to include very much text for Google to index.
I’ve been using it for a while now, and am generally quite happy with it. The customisation of different themes could be a bit easier, but that’s about all negative I have to say for it.
I’m using krop and would recommend it! look how easy it’s for you to find my portfolio, brings quite a good amount of work enquires.
I would recommend it, I really like their layout. I’ve also used square space. They both are user-friendly just some minor differences when you get into the interface.
I think it is not perfect but good.
It is easy to use and very fast to get content up in a presentable way. I think it lacks more templates and it works badly for any content that is not image based. I would recommend it, though with Adobe Portfolio now available fir the same monthly fee but more freedom, I am not sure how long I will stay with Krop.
I can recommendedl, I’m very happy with crop and its very easy to use
I highly recommend, easy to operate.
it does the trick for me. reasonable price and a few dif looks, easy to upload and maintain, so yes a recommend for a portfolio site...
Krop is ok, it was pretty cool 5 years ago. But now with squarespace and other competitors, Krop seems limited on their customization abilities. The interface is not so easy to use. However, it is easy to switch between templates.
I was using Krop, but just recently switched over to a more custom site using Wix.com. Krop was a good solution for me for awhile, but I needed something with more flexibility and more user-friendly.
I do really like it. You can have different layouts and fonts and page colors and everything! I do recommend it! :)
I most certainly would recommend KROP, I have been a professional photographer for 20 yrs +, and i have had my dealings with Web designers and the back and forth and the fees associated with it. Krop allows me the freedom to add subtract and change design at will, for a very manageable fee. I understand the so called stigma of have your site marked as a Template design base, but I really enjoy the simplicity and creative control as a artist.
Krop is great I never have any issues with them.
YES! They are brilliant, simple interface and really helpful customer services too.
Yes its good :) i am happy
I would. I think the presentation of the work is really good (at least in the template I'm using, some of the other Krop ones are *awful* though!). It's really easy to set up & the help team respond fairly quickly if you need them. It's also pretty cheap!
I would recommend it
I love KROP! So yes recommend!
Yes, very easy to use!
I really like it. Very easy to put a portfolio together and they’re very responsive via chat. The one thing that I was missing that I don’t know if they incorporated yet was the ability to incorporate giffs into your portfolio pages. Overall, one of the easiest to use.
I would recommend it.
My website is painfully out of date and hasn’t been updated in over 4 years so I’m not sure if I’m the best person to get an opinion on it. I don’t really love Krop but in all honesty, I haven’t really looked into their new offerings.
Its OK. Very easy to use. I think they need some new templates. Im kinda tired of the options. It works OK.
Not for writers. Seems like more for visual presentations.
yes. It’s easy to use and looks professional. :)
I found it very useful to organize and show my portfolio. It’s a very simple and I love the way my photos looks.
Definitely I would recommend it.
It was great for a bit but as soon as my year is up I’m jumping ship to square space. It’s half the price and comes with two email accounts.
1. Templates are easy to use but I do not find them very interesting or the best way to showcase photography. 2. Uploading images is slow. 3. Customizing is limited but easy to do. 4. Mobile apps are not similar to computer view and not very good. 5. Krop allows a lot of photos and portfolios for an inexpensive monthly fee that can be cancelled at any time. 6. Support is good and quick
I have been wanting to change but when I moved from LiveBooks to Krop it took me a very long time to find another host. 22 Slides looks like a good prospect so I am going to try it. I also noticed that they work with Hover which is the same company I register my domain name with.
I use Krop for my portfolio website. I think it's easy to maintain and update but I think it's limited in it's capabilities in terms of layout and user interface. They may have added more or change things since I initially set up my website but I've actually been thinking about switching to a platform I'm more familiar with like Squarespace. Initially I was drawn to the idea that Krop would have your resume and it would be more of a network to find jobs and other designers (like Behance or Dribbble) but I have rarely used that feature.
I think it’s good, easy, but not great. I honestly need to move off of it for another platform, probably Wix.
I overall believe it’s just not great for campaigns for advertising.
I'm using Krop.
It's got a simple backend and has the visual display I was after. I would recommend it to those who just need to display their work, not if you need your site to do anything facing the client.
I’m definitely an avid user or Krop. I’ve been using the platform for about 3 or 4 years now. I’d definitely recommend it to both beginner and advanced portfolio users.
absolutely! I love my site.