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microsite

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌsaɪt)
n
(Computer Science) a website that is intended for a specific limited purpose and is often temporary

microsite

A one page website that is subsidiary to a parent website. Microsites often include interactive content such as surveys or polls. See also macrosite.
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OnePlus has also created a minisite that acts as a placeholder for the launch of OnePlus 5.
That paper and a number of other written research reports exist on a special minisite on the Fidelity advisor site.
Each article has a short introduction/overview of its topic, presenting the basics in a clear, organized exposition; each article is also actually a stand-alone minisite or blog, maintained by its Guide, with web-enabled value-adds such as continuous revision, news reports, and (sometimes helpful) user comments.
Reviews generated on PowerReviews' platform had been indexable through a separate SEO minisite, a basic landing page that consisted primarily of reviews and very minimal product information.
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Unicast confirmed the new SMS technology, combined with its rich media minisite capabilities and a reporting interface, will allow marketers to create a continuous branding experience on the web and mobile devices for their audience.
The Palaeography minisite is so user-friendly that it was recently shortlisted in The Times Higher Awards for the Most Imaginative Use of Distance Learning.
This year was the first year there was a Best of Interactive award, which went to Stone Ward for a minisite designed for Weather.
The publisher is providing a two-page Goody Baby minisite that will feature products in the line on its www.
Tripictures created a Web minisite on Telefonica's Internet service, Terra Networks, to promote "Asterix," fielding 600,000 visits a day.