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New features for Clikpic members

New features for Clikpic members - Features including the facility to upload larger images and more options to personalise your site have been added to the popular Clickpic webhosting service for photographers.

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New features for Clikpic members
Press Release:
Clikpic offers web sites for photographers for as little as 35pa. They have recently introduced a whole range of new features to their system (which is basically an easy-to-use admin system incorporating a broad range of designs and colour schemes, so the photographer can change their web site whenever the want). They are offering a free 7 day trial to anyone who wants to give the system a go.

The improvements are available to all of their customers free of charge and include:
  • a facility to post larger images
  • an option to add as many web sections as the photographer wants
  • sub-galleries
  • a contact form and guestbook
  • a bulk upload facility (for their Super Pro customers only)
  • more options so the photographer can customise his or her site
  • plus additional upgrades to make the system even easier to use, notably image management and pricing structures when selling prints via PayPal
We are determined to evolve as our customers provide us feedback and ideas. This is only one of a series of developments to give our customers even better value for money, says Clikpic director, Tim Hunt.

And with prices as low as 35pa for an all-in web site (plus an extra 10pa if you would like to buy your own domain name), the overall package is certainly good value.

For a free 7 day trial and to view sample customer sites, visit www.clikpic.com.

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Comments


Consulo 10 763 10 Scotland
14 Jun 2006 5:42AM
Excellent!

Just before I opened my web browser to come here, I was thinking about suggesting sub-galleries.

I never knew you were mind readers. Wink

Michael.

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jamsa 10 17 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2006 8:03AM
I have been using Clikpic.com for months now..it's easy to set up a site, easy to make changes and I get around 40 visitors a week and have done no advertising to speak of!!
User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
14 Jun 2006 9:56AM
Sounds like their trying to catch up with Photium...

Smile

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