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Worksites.net will officially launch in January.

| October 31, 2013

STONEY CREEK, ON – Compass Creative Studio Inc. has developed an innovative new online marketing tool called Worksites.net. The official launch is scheduled for January, 2014 but it’s already operational and getting some great early reviews. Worksites.net is primarily a do-it-yourself website builder designed specifically for contractors in the landscaping and home improvement industries. But it delivers much more than just a website.

The service also includes:
Industry-specific marketing advice
Lead tracking capabilities
Automated content coaching
Hosting

Worksites.net costs $27 a month.

Users of Worksites.net can quickly build a website that is “mobile ready.” All design themes offered are fully responsive, which means their layouts are optimized for a wide range of modern devices (e.g., mobile phone browsers, tablets and desktop computers).

Compass web developer Jonathan Reinink says “it is a tool designed for users who want to promote themselves online but have little time for or interest in website development. Worksites.net requires no programming or web design skills. Users need only follow ten easy steps and fill in the particulars of their business. Worksites.net does the rest.”

Users are able try it out free of charge and signup takes less than three minutes. A website can be easily built in one sitting or done over several visits, with progress viewable at any point. The first monthly fee is paid only when the user is ready to publish. There are no additional setup or hosting fees.

Worksites.net users can build and edit their site anytime and anywhere.

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