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Moogo: No-frills way to self-build your Website in Minutes

moogoThis article is about moogo no frills way to self build your website in minutes. Moogo is a self serve website creation tool. Free for 7 days.

We have earlier reviewed a couple of self-serve website designing platforms such as Wix, Bluevoda, Wild Apricot and also compared various popular self-serve web designing services. All these services have enabled non-technical people to launch their self-made websites in minutes, without any prior HTML knowledge.

Now most of the website creation services give users a bundle of flashy features and drag & drop Add-ons through a web based editor to design every corner of their website but it has been observed that plenty of non-technical people feel a little uneasy while using those feature-packed, geeky web-based editors.

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Majority of end users often choose basic, No-frills self-creation website builders over sophisticated website creation services. If you are one of those No-frills lover, who just wants to create a simple website, either personal or professional, related with basic functionalities in place and want your website to get up & running within couple of minutes then you have a new option to hook upon, it’s Moogo.

It lets you get through a simplified 3 step procedure as follows:

  1. Select layout (over 27 layouts and 40+ banner variants)
  2. Select Web address (www.yourwebaddress.moogo.com)
  3. Create a user account (for content editing in your website)

It took us only a minute to create this test website through Moogo (test website content is default). So, if you want a no-frills, instant website creation tool, you can Create a free website with Moogo!. They also offer 7 day free trial so trying it out won’t be regretful at all.

Initially, your website will be a sub-domain of Moogo (www.yoursite.moogo.com) but if you decide to go for a paid plan, you can direct your domain name (www.yoursite.com) to your Moogo website.

Moogo may appear too basic for those who want something extra-ordinary in their websites but as we said earlier, it’s a No-frills way to get yourself a web identity.

Disclosure: The write-up is sp0ns0red

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Thomaes

    August 21, 2009 at 3:05 am

    It is very interesting for the user who want to take their online identy by having a web site. There are many othe sites who give free subdomain But it has restriction on publishing your desired things. People want more..

  2. Ummm

    September 25, 2009 at 8:00 pm

  3. aaaaali

    March 1, 2010 at 3:59 pm

    I LOOOVE moogo. You don’t need any experience at all to make an awesome website. Mine, over the summer, is actually going to make me over 1000 dollars! It’s opened me up to a whole new activity and I really think you should try it.

  4. Moon

    May 14, 2010 at 12:19 am

    Cool! I’m using Moogo for my small business as well.

  5. keith

    August 10, 2010 at 2:19 pm

    nice one, i agree with the whole idea of keeping it simple when it comes to designing a website. http://www.squidoo.com/webprofitabiltyreport have a look at my tips for creating a website

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