To date, The Mighty Mo! Design Co. has been a company that caters to high-end design agencies and small businesses & non-profits with web budgets. We have not had a good way to help those small businesses, bloggers, at-home sellers, and other kind folks who don’t have the thousands of dollars in start-up capital needed to get a customized website rolling.
We have just opened a Beta of MagicWonderful.com. It offers fully-hosted, fully-backed-up, fully-supported, fully-protected, fully-optimized, hands-free, one-click WordPress websites for small businesses, bloggers, individuals, companies, restaurants, etc. at a cost starting from $199/month.
We currently offer two levels of membership – “Starter” and “Pro” – with plans to expand that offering soon.
Free Trial! No Credit Card Needed!
All accounts start out free with the option to upgrade within 30 days. If you don’t like what you see, just do nothing. If you like what you see, then just click the “Upgrade” link in the dashboard. It’s that simple. You pick the terms – you can sign up for 1 month, 3 months, or 12 months – with no commitment beyond that.
Free .com Domain and Email Account With Any Paid Site
All paying customers will receive a free domain for the life of your membership as well as a free email account. Already have a domain? We can hook that up, too!
We have been building WordPress sites for over 6 years and will be giving all paying members access to our team via email support Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. CST.
Just the Beginning
We have big plans for Magic Wonderful!, so stay tuned for updates!
99% Off Discount Code – MERRYCHRISTMAS
Want to get in on the Beta for under $2? To help us kick the tires, we are offering a Christmas discount of 99%. Yes. You heard that right. Purchase any package, and we will get you rolling for 99% off the standard price. Enter the discount code, MERRYCHRISTMAS, at checkout to get the discount. Act fast, because there are only 10 coupons available, and they expire on 12/26/2012.
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