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HyperWebEnable is located in California and offers web services and online advertising. There is very little information available about the site.
The first difference seems to be the application process. HyperWebEnable actually requires users to complete an application to use their site builder. Users are asked to wait for an indeterminate time period for approval or rejection.
Users are unable to preview tools or sites when waiting for response from HyperWebEnable. During this review and for several days thereafter, no response was received despite multiple requests.
Users must provide first and last name, email, gender, date of birth, mailing address, telephone number, website concept, current site or blog address, requested site or blog name, and any special messages. Users are then asked to wait for an email response. The computer generated response comes within minutes, stating that the user will be contacted soon.
After 24, 48, and 72 hours, emails were sent to support asking about a timeline for acceptance and ability to build a site. No responses were made to any of the emails.
The application is free to use. There is a reference in the FAQ section that mentions minimum traffic requirements, but this is not elaborated upon other than to say that if, after 45 days this minimum is not met the site will be deactivated and the domain reallocated.
This application is not for those wanting to create a website immediately. The delay for review of an application is not specified and customer support is unresponsive.