You can now skip the build and easily create Microsites
from any content in minutes
Avoid the need to pay for development or learn new software. Celero supports content created in Google Drive, Microsoft Office, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Canva and Figma.
Your microsite is fully hosted automatically. There is nothing you need to deploy. All you need to do is share the link and don't worry about any coding.
Get data about engagement with your Microsites: Automatically tracked for visits, engagement, scroll depth, link clicks and actions.
Add a timed popup gate to capture new lead data from your Microsite, with the ability to integrate into your CRM
Support any business goal
by promoting a sticky action
in the Microsite including book a meeting, register, sign a document or order
Upload new versions to update your Microsite without any downtime. You can always go back to a previous version if anything doesn't seem right.
We take care of security, and reliability. Large organizations are using Celero for their Microsites.
A Microsite is a small website with a specific purpose. It is often used for promotional campaigns, product launches, or to provide additional information about a product or service. Small businesses may use a Microsite as their website while others tend to link to Microsites from their main website. Microsites are typically used to complement a main website, providing additional information or resources without overwhelming the main site.
Yes! Celero eliminates the need to learn a complicated web editor by allowing users to create a Microsite using their existing skills and existing tools they already use in their daily lives. Whether it's Canva, Figma, Adobe, Microsoft Office or Google Drive, users can easily create a beautiful website that reflects their own personal style and branding. Celero is the perfect solution for users who want to quickly and efficiently build their own website without needing to learn a complex editor.
When you join Celero, you'll receive two weeks of Pro access for free. After that, you can decide if you'd like to keep using Pro or stay with the free version.
A published microsite is a website that is publicly accessible and actively used by visitors. You can create an unlimited number of Microsites, and depending on your package, you can publish them. With the free package there is no limit on the number of Microsites.