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SiteKreator Named Finalist in 'Webware 100' Awards by CNET Webware Editors and the Web 2.0 User Community

SiteKreator Named Finalist in 'Webware 100' Awards by CNET Webware Editors and the Web 2.0 User Community

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 06/07/07 -- SiteKreator, an award-winning service which enables small businesses to instantly design and host elegant, feature-rich and engaging Web sites, was selected by the editors at CNET Webware as a finalist in the first ever "Webware 100" awards.

From more than 5,000 user-submitted nominations, SiteKreator was chosen as a finalist in the Publishing category. Winners will be announced on Monday, June 18 and posted on Webware.com, a CNET site.

The "Webware 100" Awards recognize the best Web 2.0 sites, services, and applications that are leading the next wave of innovation. Voting is open to the public through June 11.

SiteKreator recently introduced Aurora, the industry's most powerful, customizable, and stylish design platform yet.

The new Aurora is a completely brandable platform for designing elaborate, interactive, and customizable business-ready Web sites -- all with one-click ease. Aurora delivers the ability to instantly create a more effective Web presence through a rich choice of branding options, design themes and color schemes. The result is a unique site that leverages the identity and style of the company, rivaling those produced by professional design agencies and designers.

SiteKreator was developed for entrepreneurs, SMBs, and independent professionals who want to leverage next-generation web technologies without investing thousands of dollars or requiring technical or artistic expertise. SiteKreator's upscale designs help business customers build fully branded and feature-rich sites in as little as 30 minutes and are scalable and customizable to grow and adapt for almost every application.

SiteKreator also keeps visitors coming back by fostering two-way communication though interactive 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 people to share key information in exchange for access to deeper layers of meaningful content.

All SiteKreator packages include a 14-day free trial. The business version starts from $19.95 to $39.95 per month, including a domain name, email, and global high-performance Web hosting.

Additional resources:

Vote for SiteKreator - http://tinyurl.com/2j4b8m

SiteKreator Video - http://intro.sitekreator.com/

Webware 100 - www.webware.com/100

About SiteKreator

Based in Santa Clara, Calif., SiteKreator officially launched at DEMOFall in 2006, the premier launchpad for innovative technology and services. SiteKreator has also been featured at industry-leading events that are defining the new online business landscape including the inaugural Office 2.0 conference in 2006 and Under The Radar: Why Office 2.0 Matters in May 2007.

Currently SiteKreator powers over 35,000 Web sites worldwide. The company has been recognized to provide one of the most high-density web hosting technologies on the market, capable of managing spikes in traffic without the slightest dent in end-user performance.

The SiteKreator team has extensive experience in enterprise Content Management Systems (CMS), Content Delivery Networks (CDN), sophisticated visual art design and usability.

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