Are You Coming To The Social?

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 18, 2009 -- Today the online website builder announced it was launching a profile on the top social networking sites. Users of each can keep up to date with the latest developments at Webeden, and interact with each other too.

Facebook users now have to opportunity to become “fans” of WebEden, where they get access to updates, latest news, blog entries, tutorials and more.

In addition, a WebEden channel is now available on YouTube, where users can view tutorials on various WebEden features, and post comments on them.

Lastly, WebEden launched on Twitter – the micro-blogging service made famous when a user announced he was about to crash into the Hudson River. Users can keep up to date with the latest thoughts from the WebEden team, and respond to them too.

The MD of WebEden Ken Builder said: “WebEden now has tens of thousands of customers and these customers want to be part of a WebEden community. We’re trying to make that as easy as possible. On Facebook they get to write on our wall. YouTube gives them the ability to watch tutorials and reply with their own. This is really useful because we get a lot of phone calls from people asking about things we can address in a tutorial. And Twitter let’s them follow WebEden for real time updates.”

The decision to launch on social networking sites was made after WebEden’s customers expressed a desire for a way to interact with each other.

About Webeden

Webeden is an independently run, London based, web software company. The company’s maverick and refreshing approach gives it outstanding presence in the burgeoning market for website design tools. Through its online site building tool SiteMaker, Webeden is making it easy for everyone, no matter what their experience, to build a website. Over 1,700,000 have already tried and succeeded.

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Contact: Ken Builder London, United Kingdom


Ken Builder
London, United Kingdom

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