SiteKreators Looks to ISPs

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SiteKreator.com today announced the availability of its private-label program which enables ISPs to provide Web design and hosting services specifically for the largely untapped small- to medium-sized business market. ISPs will be able to provide these services to their customers from their own servers – with as many as 30,000 users on a single server. Wow!

Business customers can design their own unique, multi-level, interactive sites without having to know the first thing about Web design, and without a significant investment in time," said Ivaylo Lenkov, CEO of SiteKreator. "SiteKreator takes the pain out of getting a business online in a way that is professional, stylish, and helpful for visitors. And for ISPs, the SiteKreator private-label platform increases their revenue per server, while helping them reach underserved businesses."

SiteKreator has a personal and business edition, the latter being optimal for small businesses that are not capable of designing sites on their own. Development of pages is pretty easy - Website Magazine cranked out a landing page using the free personal edition in just a few minutes. The SiteKreator software includes business designs, custom branding, per-page color schemes, blogs, discussion groups, Web forms, members-only areas, multiple navigation panels and priority mailing lists. For only $15 per month with 200 MB of storage it's certainly a worth consideration.

 

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