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1&1 adds Web Apps to 1&1 MyWebsite

Valeria Fanelli | October 17, 2012 | 12:43 PM

1&1 Internet, Inc., has launched a free suite of drag-and-drop style web applications available for use within its MyWebsite package. Up to 100 applications have been included, many offering useful sector-specific functionality across areas including e-commerce, communication, social media, and daily management tasks. The development means that customers signing up for select 1&1 MyWebsite packages can enjoy more impact on the Web.

1&1 now provides new customers with a MyWebsite Plus or Premium package a solution for integrating popular and effective business Web Apps into their online presence seamlessly. The Web Apps are integrated within a MyWebsite, and remove the need for website visitors to be diverted away to external URLs. The applications mean that more business processes can be driven by a small business website. 

By integrating Web application ecommerce functionality from respected brands such as Amazon, PayPal Buy, Ecwid and eBay, a website can offer convenient and credible online retailing. The Web Apps are deployed effortlessly, by simply dragging and dropping the desired element anywhere on a website.

Customer communication is also a vital process for every small business today. 1&1 MyWebsite now offers a range of applications such as Skype and Calendar Wiz providing new, modern ways to interact with customers. Furthermore, Web Apps such as Google+1, LinkedIn and Pinterest allow SMBs to make their professional websites more social media friendly. Online business management can be enhanced with apps including Slideshare, Website Translator and Statistics Summary.

1&1 adds Web Apps to 1&1 MyWebsite 1&1 offers localized apps for both vertical business needs as well as general business management. A detailed explanation for every application option provides a helpful guide for users to select the most valuable choices for an individual business.

“Research shows that consumer expectations for the websites they use are continuing to increase,” said Oliver Mauss, CEO of 1&1 Internet. “It is no longer a case of maintaining an online business card, but rather providing a complete, sector-relevant resource to interact and fulfill many more customer needs as conveniently as possible. Web Apps are a great means for a business to address more of its processes online.”

With individual text, picture and design modules, any level of computer user can create a professional looking website – without risk, as 1&1 offers a 30-day risk free trial. All 1&1 MyWebsite packages include one domain, 200 e-mail addresses and unlimited Web space and data traffic.

For more information, visit 1and1.com.

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