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25% off a Basic Website Package by LittleMonkey Ltd

25% off a Basic Website Package by LittleMonkey Ltd


In light of the recent studies that show only 41% of small businesses have a website LittleMonkey Ltd is running a Trade Me auction for a Basic Website Package.

The package is aimed at companies that do not have a website however LittleMonkey can cater to companies that would like to refresh their existing sites too.

LittleMonkey Ltd will work with the successful bidder in order to design and develop a website to suit the companies needs. Each website designed will be of custom and responsive design and are easy to use and maintain with a full featured Content Management System.

The auction is priced at $900 and is due to close on Monday 12th May 2014. For details on the auction please visit this link http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=725684708&ed=true

LittleMonkey Ltd is based in Churton Park, Wellington, NZ. We provide website, apps and games to customers Worldwide. For more information and details about our products and services please visit our website http://littlemonkey.co.nz/

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