InkNoise, a provider of personal Web publishing services, has announced the availability of a hosted service that is designed to enable technical and non-technical users to become personal Web publishers and create personal Web sites and blogs featuring a variety of multimedia elements. InkNoise was built to make personal Web publishing available to those with relatively little technical skill and for whom hiring Web design and programming professionals is cost prohibitive.
Customers can try InkNoise for 30 days at no charge, and then chose between two plans, which start at $6.70 per month. The Full Strength plan is intended for advanced Webloggers, online journallers, and designers wanting complete design control. It allows multiple authors, role-based permissions, and Weblog syndication. The Original plan is for those who want to publish fewer Weblogs and galleries, but would still benefit from multimedia posts, page statistics, domain mapping, and other publishing tools offered.
In addition to multimedia capabilities, InkNoise offers a variety of pre-designed theme templates for non-technical users that are designed to aid in the blog creation process. Additionally, InkNoise users can create online galleries where photos and other images can be uploaded, and then linked to the user's blog.