WebaTonic Calls For Creators And Entrepreneurs To Try Its Platform.
WebaTonic allows users to choose their theme and create their site in a matter of minutes. The goal is to smooth out the process of buying a WordPress theme, finding hosting, installing the theme, and then maintaining the installation. WebaTonic also aims at removing the problem of having to parse thousands of WordPress plugins to find what works, providing high quality plugins from the best developers in the world at the fingertips.
The pivot to focus on marketing professionals is a big step for WebaTonic, considering the fact that for many years they functioned as a marketing agency and created many sites for small businesses. The idea to target marketers is a new one, and Yevgeny Senkevich who is the founder and president of the company is taking a big leap in this new direction.
“I always thought of WebaTonic as a solution for small businesses since its inception in 2010. After realizing that business owners do not want to actually make their own site it became clear we needed to make an adjustment. Business owners would rather hire a professional web designer to design their site. WebaTonic can get small business owners to use our platform by targeting marketers and lining up incentives for them to use us for every project when creating site for their clients” Yevgeny added.
Web Designers have an ongoing issue where they have to reinvent the wheel every time when they have a new website project. There are multiple options out there to save time and money for Website designers and developers, but none are centralized, all-in-one solutions at an affordable price.
Entrepreneurs and creatives have a need for a flexible and scalable website management platform where they can turn any project into a piece of art with ease. WordPress provides the best option as a startup framework for a content management system, but the issue is managing all the different installs is difficult. WebaTonic wants to make it a one-stop-shop for every entrepreneur in the United States to build their site in a timely manner using WordPress.
WordPress powers millions of websites on the internet and this number is surely to grow as we move forward into the future. Techcrunch reported on July 7th, 2014 that WordPress received $160 million dollars in funding earlier this year and is aiming at expanding the WordPress native functionality and its reach. Those who are in the ever growing WordPress industry will benefit from this growth if they are prepared to do so. CEO of WordPress Matt Mullenweg said, “We still have 70 percent of the web to go, the software could be a lot better”. WebaTonic is positioning itself as a vehicle that could contribute to this growth in the near future.