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Yahoo Launches Website Builder via Aabaco Small Business

Yahoo’s Aabaco Small Business division announced the launch of Website Builder. Plans start as low as $7 a month, but without the ecommerce capabilities of its Store offering.

There’s a lot that goes into getting your new business’ site up and running – figuring out the layout, deciding on the font, uploading images, purchasing a domain, etc. All of this can feel intimidating to a first-time business owner or someone who’s never created a website before.

Yahoo’s Aabaco Small Business team is thrilled to announce Website Builder, a new product that allows you to quickly and easily build a beautiful, modern website from the ground up – and you can try it free today!

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Below are just some of the features you can start enjoying with Website Builder today:

Simple-to-use interface: Our easy-to-use website and editor makes creating your website simple and fun. No training, tutorials, or previous experience creating a site needed.

Modern, beautiful templates: Choose from over 150 templates to find the one that best suits your business and your target customer. Browse themes including Business, Wedding, Photography and more to find the perfect one.

Mobile-friendly sites: All sites are optimized for mobile devices, so your customers get the best possible experience when visiting your site on a smartphone or tablet.

Competitive pricing: Subscription prices start as low as $7 a month.

Free email inboxes: Take advantage of email inboxes with unlimited aliases (you@yourbusiness.com) so your customers and partners can easily recognize you.

Free private domain registration and insights: Claim your site address (yourbusiness.com) with the purchase of an annual plan, and take advantage of free “Live Insights” from Yahoo.

We’re excited to make creating a site easy and affordable with Website Builder. You can try Website Builder today for free. Let us know what you think in the comments below, or just click “Feedback” within the editor.

Source: Yahoo Aabaco Small Business Blog Post

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Ina Steiner is co-founder and Editor of EcommerceBytes and has been reporting on ecommerce since 1999. Send news tips to ina@ecommercebytes.com.


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