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Software is available in four different editions to readily meet all of its users’ site production needs

MrSite bring web creation to businesses and etailers

Whether totally new to computers or something of a web techie, the MrSite range is designed to help anyone create a professional looking website.

Beginners can get to grips with web creation by using MrSite Starter, which gives you five web pages to play around with, a ton of themes to help make your site unique, and even a free domain name.

Those users not so new to creating sites, who would like more storage and pages, may want to check out MrSite Classic, which has 150MB of storage space and 50 web pages. There are also 20 emails addresses and 2GB of site bandwidth thrown in too.

If you own a business you’re likely to need more space than that, and MrSite Pro can provide it. With 600MB of storage and 99 pages, this edition can help you create a website big enough to match the plans for your business.

The final edition in the software line is MrSite Seller, which is designed for online shops and offers the ability to make a site with all the same features as the big brand sites that you will be competing against. It features powerful SEO tools and customer accounts, letting you learn about your shoppers and improve marketing.

If you ever get stuck, all versions of MrSite come with support via free online live chat, phone or email. The Pro edition also comes with a Learning Academy to help you keep improving your web creation skills.

All versions also include access to a forum, where users can post discussions or read and respond to posts from other MrSite owners in order to find their inspiration.

MrSite Starter edition has an SRP of £30, the Classic edition is priced at £60, whilst Pro will cost £120 and the Seller edition has a price tag of £220.

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