Released: on December 8, 2008

Mediasation Releases Spark: A New Way to Launch Websites

Mediasation, a Greenville-based web development firm, recently added a new product to their suite of online solutions. Spark provides professionally-designed websites that utilize the Mediasation Content Management System (CMS) to give business owners full control over their online message.

One of the main benefits of this product is the quick turn-around time. Spark websites can be online in as little as one week thanks to the simple, 3-step production process. The first step is selecting a theme from the available designs and color options. Next, the business logo and website content are added to the CMS during a working session. The final step is publishing the website.

"A Spark website is a great way for a company to build its business online," says Charles Carter, principal of Mediasation. "It is a perfect introductory product because it provides a cost-effective, professional online image quickly and simply."

Spark websites can also be upgraded to include additional features and functionality with services such as e-commerce and search engine optimization. To learn more about Spark websites, visit

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Number of Employees 15
Year Founded 2002
Number of Releases 10
Phone 864.627.1676
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Founded in 2002 in Greenville, SC, Mediasation specializes in custom Web development and content management systems. Solutions range from Web site design, hosting, and e-commerce to content management and custom applications. The company's flagship product, the Mediasation CMS, combines a WYSIWYG editor with an easy-to-use interface, creating a content management system that virtually anyone can use. By enabling companies to manage their Web site content in-house, Mediasation helps eliminate the high costs traditionally associated with creating and maintaining Web sites. More information can be found at