Webjam First to Release Pricing and Reseller Scheme for Branded Social Networks

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Webjam empowers digital experts to resell social media solutions

Webjam, where social networks are made easy, announces the pricing and reseller scheme for Community Network Services, its pay-for Branded Services package available now to resellers like digital agencies, web designers, directories and online services providers.

Webjam's Community Network Services gives resellers who may not have specific in-house technology the ability to bundle an easy to use and versatile social publishing platform with their existing offering to corporate customers. Resellers can quickly build branded online inter-connected communities for their clients' customers including branded replicable templates with their own domain names and advertising. Through Community Network Services, Webjam empowers a limitless number of end-users to create their own micro-communities, facilitating viral growth of corporate brands and transforming a huge, passive audience into a fully interactive community.

Webjam CEO, Yann Motte comments: "By opening up the Webjam platform to resellers we are completely disrupting the status quo for the social media market. For the first time a simple, one-stop, bespoke solution to create corporate social networks is available for purchase. We are empowering companies to take control of their social media presence without the need to build a platform from scratch or license an expensive content and community management system."

Yann continues, "Our resellers benefit from a versatile, easy to use platform that can be quickly customised to suit a client's specific needs, saving both time and money. With Webjam, every reseller can be seen as an expert and innovator in social media, providing their clients with alternative revenue through online advertising and subscription services combined with an in-built viral engine and powerful tools for brand engagement."

Webjam's Community Network Services are priced at £499 per month with an initial set-up fee of £2999. Webjam is also releasing several Managed Service options:

1 and a half day training pack

Skin pack - 'Ready to go' design, graphics and logo

Engagement pack - populate blog, forum, moderation

Dedicated account management & end user support

Bespoke widget design and build

A complete breakdown of Webjam's Branded Services and its pricing is now available online at Branded Services packages.

Lexie Mendelson, Webjam Business Development Director concludes, "Through Webjam, any organisation can control their social networks as they desire. Webjam can populate your forums and blogs, provide end user technical support, implement new features and create new graphics and custom widgets for your branded community. For less than the cost of hiring one Web 2.0 savvy professional, organisations can now have a team of developers and community managers at their disposal, all year round."
Webjam gives any organisation:

  • a viral engine for brands to leverage on what the community does best
  • a simple and easy-to-use social publishing platform to publish and share information with privacy, member management and collaboration
  • a powerful community management tool, from modular privacy settings to replication and co-edition rights, to easily share site maintenance and community management from a single platform
  • a hassle-free turn-key solution where Webjam provides the platform, hosting and if necessary additional services like editorial and community management

The standard Webjam platform remains free and will continue to allow users to set up versatile communities, featuring forums, blogs, polls, photos, maps, videos and more.

Webjam's Branded Services are suitable for non-profit organisations, brands, media and e-commerce companies, whilst the member sites created can range from the professional, personal, topical, or simple fan sites, clubs and societies. More information about Webjam's services can be found at Branded Services.


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