Exclusive Private Beta


Published on

5 may 2023


We’re extremely excited to introduce Wewoosh, the platform to build websites that will be seen! Wewoosh is now available in the Private Beta version. This exclusive version gives you early free access to our features while our Product Engineering team is still hard at work fixing bugs and polishing final touches. 

With Wewoosh, we aim to offer a space where everyone can focus on creating the website they want without worrying about performance or technical aspects. Wewoosh is built with performance in mind and results with websites that are faster, user friendly, and more searchable than ever.

If you’d like to become a member of our new Beta Program and create your website with the best performance, we’ve opened up our first opt-in window from now until May 22, 2023 — but keep in mind that after the 22th of May, we’ll end the sign-up window and lock-down our Private Beta participants.  The programme will end on the 2th of june.

As a reward, our first 50 members will get a unique code to use on Wewoosh. This reward will give 50% discount when purchasing a Wewoosh yearly plan under 2023, starting after the 2th of June. We encourage you to sign up as soon as you can using the form linked below to ensure your spot in the program! 👇

Once you’ve successfully opted-in through the form above, our team will send ongoing announcements of our Private Beta feature launches that only our signed-up users will have access to with comprehensive instructions to onboard and begin exploring our new features. We have a really simple form you can use to provide feedback to the development team. 👀

We are thrilled to have you join us on this journey.

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