AFSB Accounting and Financial Site Builder
Sep. 13, 2011
AFSB has a strong retention rate with tax and accounting firms looking to establish a professional web presence at a low cost.
- Unlimited site pages.
- Integration with Google Analytics.
- Unique domain names included.
- Includes up to 20 free email accounts.
- Firms may add services, including payroll and online tax prep.
- More than 50 financial calculators.
- Includes monthly newsletter service.
- Allows for events calendar and Google maps.
- Credit card payment gateway available.
- Template system using Cascading Style Sheets-technology, a billboard homepage feature and the ability to use Flash technology.
- Social media integration limited to social media buttons.
Summary & Pricing
Moving ahead after years of innovation and poised to add even more of the features today’s firms want, AFSB is a solid offering among website builders for tax and accounting professionals. Basic recurring cost averages $23.99 per month ($287.89 annual subscription). A 60-day free trial is available, and there are no contracts. A low-cost guarantee comes with all sites. Domain transfer is free. Search engine registration is $30, and AFSB will create a custom site design for a one-member firm for $250.
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