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A Quirky and Useful Christmas Gift - a Website in a Box!

LONDON, November 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

MrSite's newly-launched Website-in-a-Box range makes an original and useful present

Pop a MrSite box in someone's Christmas stocking and they could have a great-looking website live on the Internet by the end of Christmas day (e.g. www.theirname.com).

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Whether they're totally new to computers (we're thinking of you, Auntie Sue) or really quite techie, they'll love building their site. They simply choose one of the many stylish site designs, give it their unique twist, drop in images, content and cool features that will make any website stand out and they're done.

  • Turn your sister's hobby into a money-spinner - she can sell her craftwork to the world from her own site.
  • Help your best mate create that online vintage boutique she's talked about for years.
  • Turn your bloke into the next start-up millionaire with his own website.
  • Show your dad how to sell his photos or art through his own virtual exhibition space.
  • Get a website for your mum's business - she's been needing one for ages!
  • Prove to your son you really do believe he's the next Beckham by getting his footie club online.

And whichever you choose, from the Starter box to the fully-featured, blow-their-socks-off Pro website (perfect for those budding internet entrepreneurs) every website comes with its own online shop. Because who doesn't love getting a present which isn't just pretty cool, but also could help them make money?

Available at http://www.amazon.com, http://www.mrsite.com, PC World
There are four Websites in a Box - Starter (RRP £30), Classic (RRP £60), Pro (RRP £120) and Seller (RRP £220)

High-res images are available from http://www.mrsite.co.uk/press

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