WebKite Network Sees Over Four Million Visits -- Launches New Pricing Plan and Directory Features
PITTSBURGH, May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The WebKite network, comprised of 976 sites, has seen over four million unique visits since it soft-launched in July 2012. From helping Victory Media publish a list of military friendly employers to powering AppCertain's apps directory, WebKite continues to help experts create decision and search sites. Today, WebKite is making it easier than ever for anyone to create a directory with its new features and pricing.
WebKite has been described as "one of the biggest things to come out of TechCrunch Disrupt 2013" as it allows anyone to create a Kayak-esque site. From a set of data, WebKite empowers users to build a site with multi-filter search, built-in comparisons, user ratings, and lead generation.
Simplifying Directory Technology
WebKite makes building a directory simple. Standard with every WebKite plan is the ability to sort items with a custom sidebar, add user ratings and reviews, implement affiliate links for products, and lead generation.
As of today, users are able to invite anyone to add, edit and own an item on their WebKite powered site. This makes creating a comprehensive directory simple and collaborative.
WebKite plans begin at $79/month go up to $449/month. For the month of May, WebKite is providing free setup to new users. This encompasses data upload, sidebar setup, and a walkthrough of the backend administrative features.
WebKite also offers a free version of its platform. While it's still being refined and made to be user friendly, it's a great way to explore new technology and build a directory and decision site free of charge.
WebKite is working to empower users to publish data easily. For more information, visit www.webkite.com or contact Dan Tallarico, marketing manager at WebKite, at 412-779-2666, or email for questions, comments, or interviews.
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SOURCE WebKite Labs