AccountantsWorld has redesigned Website Relief, the company’s cloud-based software for helping accounting firms create websites and virtual offices.

The new version offers a wider selection of professionally designed themes to allow accountants and firms to design and launch their own sites. Users can create an unlimited number of pages on a site and add them to the site’s menus for customized content and navigation.

All Website Relief sites are automatically optimized for display across multiple devices, including mobile phones and tablets. The technology is built around HTML 5 and the latest Web standards, with improved search engine optimization to give sites with strong content a higher ranking.

Users can personalize the site content with firm logos, custom pages and uploaded images. They can also design “sliders” to display a moving banner of multiple images across any page. Firms can also include Website Relief’s interactive Client Survey to gather direct feedback from clients. In addition, they can add customizable links to Google Maps on the Contact Us page.

Sites can also provide access to social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter on any page. Users can review a dashboard of website statistics, including recent publish dates and versions. They can also use the software to create a fully integrated blog. Sites can include interactive standard or customizable forms on any page, to collect contact data and engage website visitors. Users can also mark any page as “draft” until it’s ready for publishing.

“Our mission with Website Relief remains consistent: to help accountants improve their firms’ visibility to new clients and their retention of current clients,” said AccountantsWorld co-founder and senior vice president Sharada Bhansali in a statement. “Websites remain the most visible and critical vehicle for accounting firms of all sizes to present and differentiate themselves. Any accounting firm looking to improve their growth and retention should discover what separates Website Relief from its competition.”

For more information, visit www.AccountantsWorld.com.