More than anything else, new people (as in, new to the internet) want to know the following:
“How do I build a website?”.
Whenever someone asks me this question, I respond with to of my own.
“What is the website for”
“How good do you want your website to be?”
I almost never ask how fancy do you want it to be, because fancy is not always the best way to go depending upon the results you are looking for. In case you haven’t noticed in my posts, I’m a webdesigner, so I get all kinds of requests. Very new internet marketers think that the more moving pictures and flash presentations they have, the more respect they will get. In reality, too many moving and flashing items make a website look immature, and unprofessional.
So, the response I give is, not how fancy do you want it, but how good do you want for your website to look.
If you are building your own website, then you need to be sure that you are following “best practices” for web design. Otherwise your site will be unattractive and hard to navigate. Plus, it will look unprofessional.
Not everyone has the money to have a website professionally built. When you enroll in my internet marketing program, you’ll be shown step by step how to build a professional, top notch website from scratch, with absolutely no funds or coding skills.
Quite a deal when you compare the price of the program with the cost of hiring a webdesigner.
You’ll also learn
- How to build an online presence that positions you as an expert
- How to get found in the search engines
- How to present your product, online, in the best possible light
- And how to get sales online.
It’s all right here.
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