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21Publish (http://www.21publish.com), developer of the award winning turnkey solution for branded blog communities announced the availability of an updated version of their product and a new entry level pricing today.
The company now offers a free entry level service. Communities, clubs, colleges, commercial websites or enterprises can create a free multi-user community with blogs for up to 100 of their members, co-workers, students or friends with 2MB webspace for each blog.
"With this free service we want to make our technology available to online communities, classrooms, project teams, non-profit organisations and interested users who want to experiment with a high-end multi-blog community without the commitment of cost and a long-term contract." says Stefan Wiskemann, CEO of 21Publish.
The new version includes redesigned templates and a more intuitive administration platform. Users can now create their community without any technical knowledge within minutes.
Key features of 21Publish include:
. Central control panel and a community homepage
. Suitable for thousands of bloggers to use simultaneously
. Hosted application - no installation, automatic updates, no hassle
. Runs under yourdomain.com or fully integrated into your existing site
. Selection of templates or your own html programming
. Available as an intranet (access only for closed groups or members) or internet (viewable by all internet users)
. FREE SERVICE with on demand upgrade options
21Publish (http://www.21publish.com) provides a hosted application that enables organizations to easily set up a private-label blogging service. The company is a spin-off of 20six the leading provider of Weblogs in Europe, with active communities in Germany, Netherlands, France and the UK.
21Publish provides services in the U.S. and Germany.
For further information, please visit www.21publish.com.
Published on: 12:00AM on 21st April 2005