Booktrix creates Simplified Author Website Program

Authors are flocking to the web, creating websites and blogs of all kinds, and for good reason: there is no better way to build and support relationships with your readers than by creating a compelling web presence.

But choosing a strategy and building a website are not generally all that simple, and sometimes the simple solutions are not workable. Booktrix is pleased to offer high quality, modern, fully functional, attractive websites designed specifically for writers, built by our team of experienced web development team at incredibly reasonable prices.

Our feature list includes everything an author will need to create and maintain a powerful presence on the web.  Our sites work for web novices and experienced users.  Your individual author or book site will be designed to fit the nature of your work, and will reflect your values and design input.  And you will find it easy to maintain and add to your site over time – so you can truly own your own “home” page on the Internet.

We take a streamlined, smart approach to every project and believe that the best work is done efficiently and economically – stay simple, and deploy quickly.

Our pricing reflects our dedication to simplicity without sacrificing quality, flair and intelligence.  And every site comes with valuable support: a simple to use administrative interface, technical assistance for non-technical people, even free hosting for the first year of service.

If you are interested in learning more contact us right away. We’ll send you a brochure, show you some of our work, and make it easy for you to make your presence felt on the web.

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