ay, I tried to use it and found FSB to be too restrictive to set up my review site. After fighting with it for way too long, I just went back to Wordpress with plugins that would do what I wanted. I’m currently sworn off of store builders as a result.
ust tried to find out how to update to Pro version of Fresh Bundle Master (another of their products) and received a bogus answer from support. They told me I had to upgrade to Pro to get what I needed but failed to tell me how to do that. When I responded asking how to upgrade, they did not reply. So, I agree with bad support.
It’s not so much about the website being static or not, but more about what you’ve done thus far. For example, I have a site that has only had around 10 new articles added in two years, but since I’ve been building links to it, traffic has grown in that time from 1,500 a month to 13,000 a month. Of course, I had about 40 articles already. So the message is that static is fine as long as you’re still promoting it or if as long as it already has rankings.