Take Your Website to the Next Level with 1&1

Take Your Website to the Next Level with 1&1(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – While having a website is crucial for SMBs to reach customers, building eBusiness activities will help maintain and grow sales. In order to help small business owners revamp their website and online efforts, 1&1 has temporarily implemented more attractive price points for its popular website design application, 1&1 MyWebsite.

Through June 30, the Web host is offering its Linux Basic hosting package for only $0.99 for the first year under a 12 month contract term. Customers will have the opportunity of leveraging a free domain, 140+ Web apps, unlimited traffic, the latest NetObjects Fusion, up to 100 email addresses, and much more all while maintaining a low budget.

  • MyWebsite Basic ($0.99/month)– Offering the essentials needed for any business to get online, this package allows 1&1 customers to leverage a .com domain, 10 GB of Web space, 200 professional email addresses, a drag & drop website editor, mobile website optimization, and more.
  • MyWebsite Plus ($4.99/month) –  As a great option for marketing a business online, the Plus package includes everything within the Basic package as well as access to unique products such as 1&1 Social Media Center, Email Marketing Manager, and SEO Spotlight.
  • MyWebsite Premium ($9.99/month) – In addition to the features listed above, Premium customers have access to 1&1 SEO Ready Service to help SMBs be successful online. With this service, 1&1’s Search Engine Optimization experts will review the customer’s website and make suggestions to ensure the site has targeted optimization for even better placement on major search engines.

1&1 is dedicated to providing SMBs with the assurance that their websites are performing at the highest level. This is a great opportunity for small business owners to revamp their website, as well as build up eBusiness activities such as SEO and social media communication.

For more information, please visit www.1and1.com

 

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