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Just Add Content

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Elevator Pitch: Why do high-end business websites have to be a luxury? What if they were a commodity?

Website: http://justaddcontent.com/

 

Founder: Gabriel Mays

 

Description: The web service delivers high-end, HTML5, responsive websites for small businesses at an affordable price on an infinitely scalable, automated platform. There is no charge for design. All features are in clouded in the plan on a subscription basis.

 

Why it's Unique:

-No more nickel-and-diming businesses, plans are all inclusive.
-From signup to full website only takes 60-seconds.
-The platform plan includes integration with hundreds of business apps to automate administrative tasks. For example, form submissions can create invoices in FreshBooks, projects in Basecamp, add contacts to a CRM, etc.
-Unparalleled technical SEO built-in including local and video SEO.
-Front-end editing.
-100% hacker free security guarantee.
-Hassle-free: maintenance, backups, caching, CDN, all all included and setup automatically.

 

Seal embed code for this start up:

<a href="http://www.operation6fig.com/featured-start-ups/entry/just-add-content"><img src="http://www.operation6fig.com/images/featured-start-up-seal.png" width="200" height="113" border="0" /></a>

 

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