The DIY website builder Sidengo just got a redesign, the Mexican startup announced today. Additional features include the ability to create multiple sites per account, integration with SoundCloud and Vimeo, as well as new customization options.
As we reported when we first reviewed Sidengo last March, its builder goes beyond the functionalities offered by About.me and the like; rather than a single page, you can create a proper multi-page website in a few minutes, which makes it a very handy tool for small and medium businesses.
Since then, Sidengo’s team has been thinking of new ways to make the whole process even easier and quicker – which is the main goal of today’s relaunch. For instance, its redesigned WYSIWYG site builder also includes how-to tutorials, which users can browse while building their site.
Once their website is ready, it also works as a widget, which can be embedded into other pages and within a Facebook page. Before completing the process, users can get a preview of the Facebook Page and iPhone web app Sidengo lets them create.
As we mentioned, one of the new features Sidengo is introducing today is the option for one single user to manage several sites from the same account – for instance a personal profile and a business.
It’s important to note that advanced features will only be available to paid subscribers. While Sidengo still offers a free basic plan, it now lets users opt for advanced subscriptions, laid out on its pricing page.
As you can see on the above screenshot, prices vary between $0 and $225 per year, depending on the features users are interested in. For instance, the “awesome” plan lets each user create and manage 15 Pro sites from the same dashboard.
According to Sidengo’s co-founder Jorge Gonzalez, this is just a start: “Many other new features are in the pipeline such as new templates, the ability to add more sections, and more apps (LinkedIn, Youtube Channels, and more),” he told us.
If you are interested in trying Sidengo out, the coupon code ‘thenextweb’ will get you 20% off on your first Sidengo subscription as long as you sign up before July 15.
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