Register.com, a web services and domain registration provider for small businesses, today launched the Register.com Learning Center. The company states Learning Center is an article-based resource that includes tips, know-how, ideas and training information to help small businesses be successful online.
The company also states that the site consists of 7 topic areas, each hosted by a real Register.com team member. The content on the Register.com Learning Center will be updated regularly and visitors have the option to email a question directly to an expert using the 'Ask an Expert' feature.
The company avers that despite the steady growth of consumers migrating on the web, half of all small businesses with less than 10 employees still do not have a website. In addition it claims that Register.com's Learning Center was created to help those small businesses realize their online potential by providing them the knowledge they need to be successful online.
"The Learning Center is another great example of Register.com's focus on making it easy for small business customers build success online" said Register.com CEO Larry Kutscher. "Through this site, we are sharing our expertise and insight with the small business community.
Whether it is their first time on the web, or they are looking to improve the website they already have or if they are looking to use their site to really transform their business – Register.com is here to help our customers be successful. With the Register.com Learning Center, small businesses now have another great way to get the help they need to make an impact online."
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