- RB 3.x is really for SEO sites and is easily built and installed, minimal fuss
- Our next generation product is for creating DIGG sites – it's got much more power and ability
The two code bases should remain separate I think. They serve different customers. The people now buying reBlogger 3.2 will not necessarily like the enterprise features of this next generation product. I see the two product this way:
- reBlogger is SEO-in-a-box. It's for existing businesses and websites to bulk-up and improve their ranking to sell existing products.
- Our next generation product is a business all in itself. It's DIGG in a box. One day you had no company and no income, the next day you have a good shot at leading the DIGG pack and making real money.
That's IMO the vast difference between the two products. We probably need to invest 3-6 months into our next gen product until it's really kick-butt, but that's the enormous difference I see emerging.