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Los Angeles, California Jun 3, 2024 ( – WEBRUS, a new digital website agency based in Los Angeles, has officially launched to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) create and maintain an affordable and professional online presence. Recognizing the importance of being visible online, WEBRUS aims to address the main challenges SMBs face in establishing a strong digital footprint. Tackling Online Challenges for SMBs

WEBRUS understands that SMBs often struggle with high costs, technical difficulties, and the time required to manage a website. To make it easier, WEBRUS offers:

  • Affordable Pricing: With plans starting at $49/month (billed yearly) and NO upfront design fee, businesses can afford a professional online presence without high costs.
  • Comprehensive Services: From custom website design and development to SEO and speed optimization, WEBRUS provides all-inclusive packages. Each plan includes AWS hosting, an SSL certificate, and 1 hour of free updates per month for text and image changes.
  • Quick Launch: WEBRUS ensures websites are ready within 14 days, allowing businesses to start benefiting from their online presence quickly.

Benefits for Small Businesses

By partnering with WEBRUS, SMBs can enjoy:

  • Better Online Visibility: WEBRUS’s SEO and optimization services help businesses rank higher in search engine results, attracting more visitors.
  • Professional Online Presence: WEBRUS designs custom, user-friendly websites that showcase each business’s unique brand, building credibility and trust with customers.
  • Time and Resource Savings: With WEBRUS managing the technical aspects of the website, business owners can focus more on their core operations.


WEBRUS is a digital website agency in Los Angeles dedicated to helping SMBs succeed online with affordable and comprehensive support.

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