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Website Development Breakthrough

22nd June 2005

Website Development Breakthrough

Addweb this week released a breakthrough in website development.

Addweb have developed an innovative system where businesses can build their ideal websites over a timeframe of their choice, choosing from a series of packages – each one a stepping stone for the next.

The unique distinction of this is that each package is comprised of individual, fixed priced elements of the customer’s choice.

So beginning from a basic package or going straight for an advanced package, the customer can literally choose whatever individual elements they think necessary at a fixed priced, and simply build onto the website without having to start again.

This gradual process allows the customer to go from a basic template website to a full blown e-commerce website in set stages over a period of weeks, months or years, depending on their needs.

This flexibility is the key to the packages – Addweb owner Terry Newby likened it to a Subway Sandwich. “Customers can select the basic format from a set list, and then choose their own ingredients, but the experts put it all together. So the customer knows exactly what they are getting, just the way they want it, when they want it and without the hidden costs that often come with websites. And when they want to upgrade, they never have to start again”.

Having experienced first hand the frustrations of creating and upgrading tailored websites Mr Newby decided to create a different way of doing things – to “de-mystify the web”, allowing every business to get their ideal website, step by step.

Further information on Addweb can be found at


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