Free Virtual Servers have launched new and improved web hosting ‘starter’ packages for people who have little or no web hosting or website design experience. These packages will help people in ‘getting started’ – these packages not only offer free hosting but also give free domain name registration and renewal for life. Free Virtual Servers have also provided a new flash based drag and drop web builder called Trendy Flash Site Builder which will enable beginners to easily create an effective professional looking website in minutes, all for as little as £21.99 + VAT a year!
The prominent features of these new ‘starter’ packages are that the hassle of renewing your domain name each year can be completely removed, plus you get the ability to utilise the powerful Trendy Flash drag and drop site builder which provides great usability and ease of use for someone who may not be used to the intricacies of web design. The site builder provides lots of free templates and designs to assist the user in developing a fully featured website within minutes, which is particularly well suited for small businesses or personal sites.
As an E-commerce site is a popular choice for many small businesses these days, Free Virtual Servers felt it was vitally important to ensure the new web builder offers users the ability to develop and design an online shop with features such as PayPal integration, product categories and image galleries.
Mark Esho – MD of Easy Internet said “We know our customer base and we feel that our latest range of hosting package revisions and additions provides better features and guidance for our customers who may be new to the world of web hosting and design. We want to provide services that not only guide the user in starting a website and understanding hosting, but also helps walk them through the whole process step by step. We are making it as easy for them as possible to encourage growth, plus providing great value for start ups.”
Full details of the new shared hosting range can be found at:
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