1,000 free accounts on LiveAps for TechCrunch readers

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Privately backed LiveAps Liveaps is a drag’n’drop page webpage builder not unlike a kind of Dreamweaver for those who want to build a site visually. There are a number of competitors out in Europe these days, not least of which is Webnode which showcased at Le Web in December.

However, LiveAps founder Paul Christian tells me the site has been re-jigging its model since last year and will now be based on subsciption revenues (£30 a year for a fully hosted, unlimited pages drag’n’drop website), not advertising, and is contemplating sharing software revenues with franchises/partners on a by-country basis.

They are giving away 500 1,000 free accounts for 2009 (priced at £30 for the year each) available exclusively to TechCrunch UK readers – use ‘TC’ as the promo code when registering at liveaps.com. Might be worth grabbing one for yourself or someone you know.

Here’s a video of how it works:

  • http://www.psionmark.com Mark Avey

    Looks like they’ve upped it to 1,000 – got this message when signing up: “Thanks for registering. We’ll let you know soon if you are among the first 1,000 and have your free account for 2009! “

  • http://fletchnz.com Paul Christian

    @ Mark – thanks for the heads up…forgot to fix the thank you page, but ’tis done now…

  • Joel

    Now gone up to 1500…

  • sam d

    yea not much of an offer I have to say

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