DTS-NET Launches New Drag & Drop Web Site Builder

dts-net-website-builderRichlands, NC – DTS-NET, a global leader in web hosting and eCommerce for entrepreneurs and small to medium businesses – today announced its new premium DIY Website Builder. Designed for individuals who are looking to bring to market a mobile friendly, eCommerce ready website on state of the art technology.

“DTS-NET Web Site Builder promises to simplify the process of creating a website, which can be done in under an hour, and the website builder can even be used on touchscreen mobile devices so that business owners can tweak the layout and content on the move with drag and drop.” said Craig Gendrolas, CEO at DTS-NET.com.

The new Website Builder is being rolled out on all DTS-NET website hosting services as of today and included at no additional cost.

The Website Builder will support any business idea or industry and automatically creates a “near-complete” website on the spot, including pre-filled sections and stock images.

All sites are also fully responsive and adapt to any platform on which they are being viewed, be it PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone. The Website Builder goes beyond design and launch; as well as direct integration with many other apps.

To learn more about the DIT ‘Mobile Friendly’ Website Builder from DTS-NET.com, please visit http://www.dts-net.com/Website-Builder.

To learn more about DTS-NET.com, please visit http://www.dts-net.com

About DTS-NET.com
DTS-NET.com is a leading provider of web-hosting solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. Founded in 1997 in Richlands, North Carolina, DTS-NET.com provides individuals and businesses with Shared Web Hosting Plans, Reseller Hosting Plans, VPS Hosting Plans, Domain Registration Services, Dedicated Servers, Colocation and friendly 24-hour, U.S.-based technical support.

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