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SiteKreator Enables ISPs to Provide Business Customers With Web Site Design, Publishing and Hosting Platform

SiteKreator ISP Private-Label Service Enables SMBs to Instantly Design Elegant, Feature-Rich and Engaging Web Sites

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 11/08/06 -- At ISPcon, SiteKreator is previewing a private-label program that, for the first time, will enable ISPs to provide value-added services specifically for the underserved, small-to-medium-sized business market. Using SiteKreator, ISPs will be able to offer elegant web design and hosting solutions to help SMBs compete online more effectively. The SiteKreator ISP private-label service is on display at ISPCON in the Santa Clara Convention Center, November 8 - 9, booth 317-K.

Unlike other solutions available for ISPs, SiteKreator is an all-in-one, full-featured, and brandable Web site design and hosting suite created specifically for the marketing needs of SMBs.

Through SiteKreator, ISP business customers can design their own unique, multi-layer, interactive sites without having to know the first thing about Web design, and without a significant investment in time.

"Even though the market for site building tools is saturated, not one provides businesses with the tools they need to design incredible, engaging, and customized sites that truly enable them to compete online, cultivate customer relationships, and scale with their success," said Ivaylo Lenkov, CEO of SiteKreator. "And for ISPs, SiteKreator significantly increases their revenue per server, while helping them target a lucrative and untapped market."

SiteKreator takes the pain out of getting a business on the Web. It is geared towards entrepreneurs, SMBs, and independent professionals who don't have thousands of dollars to invest in a complete, custom-designed Web site. It is scalable and customizable to grow and adapt for almost every application.

SiteKreator's library of upscale, customizable designs ensures a consistent, branded appearance, helping business customers build attractive and fully-functional sites in as little as 30 minutes.

Businesses can easily implement interactive, customer-focused features, such as blogs, Web forms, newsletters, and discussion forums. Web site information can be tiered through multiple content layers by adding members-only areas and registration forms to encourage visitors to share key information in exchange for access to deeper layers of meaningful content.

ISPs will be able to provide all of these business-centric features, to their customers, from their own servers.

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Screen shots at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/briansolis/sets/72157594291946805/

Video presentation from DEMOfall: http://www.demo.com/demonstrators/demo2006fall/79964.php

SiteKreator - http://www.sitekreator.com

About SiteKreator

Based in Santa Clara, Calif., SiteKreator was launched in 2002. SiteKreator is a brainchild of NetClime, www.netclime.com, which was founded in 1991. Previous NetClime products include RoNet, a peer-to-peer network operating system and IRIS Phone, an early VoIP solution.

The SiteKreator team has extensive experience in enterprise Content Management Systems (CMS), Content Delivery Networks (CDN), sophisticated visual art design and usability. The team develops and provides proven, high-end solutions based on first hand experience in building thousands of Web sites and custom Web applications for corporate clients.

Lisa Christopher
FutureWorks PR
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