A new website hosting service has been launched to help driving instructors make the most of their online presence. ADIweb, from Kent-based Apptimal Ltd, aims to bring enterprise-class design, hosting and content management within reach of independent ADIs looking to build (or rebuild) their website, but without the matching price tag.
With over 20 years of experience building websites, ADIweb has been custom-built, specifically for driving instructors, to provide everything they need for a professional, modern and easily updateable website. And with a majority of browsing now done on phones and tablets, especially in the 17-25 age bracket, one which also works as well on the small screens of mobile devices as it does on a computer.
Once an ADIweb site is up and running, typically within a week of initial consultation, owners are given access to a control panel (and step by step instructions) allowing even the most non-technical user to add, edit and remove content without having to wait for it to be done for them, and without additional outlay. In fact, clear pricing is one of the key foundations of the ADIweb offering, with no setup or ongoing maintenance charges, there’s just one simple hosting fee payable either monthly, quarterly or annually. Plus, if you don’t already have a web address, that’s included too!
Haider Khan at Le4rners Driving Instruction in Canterbury, who launched his new website recently, said: ”After having the good fortune to have ADIweb design and create a website for me, I am pleased to report that many of my new customers have told me that they selected me due to the modern and clean design of the website.”
Paul Hulatt from Apptimal said: ”I’m passionate about bringing the same level of website quality and content management that large companies enjoy to independent operators, and with my personal link to the industry I know the importance of spreading positive experiences & testimonials and presenting a professional image to prospective students.”
Source: ADI News
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