Do you want to build your own website yourself, but don’t know where to start?
Some people are the “Do It Yourself” type that want to understand the process and get a lot of enjoyment out of mastering new skills.
For others, they clarify their ideas by creating. It’s hard for such people to explain to others what they want their website to look like because they aren’t sure themselves.
Still others are working on a project and they aren’t sure if it will take off. If it doesn’t, they don’t want to have spent a lot of money developing a website.
Finally, there are people that simply can’t afford to hire a website developer.
All of these are very common. Does one of them describe where you’re at?
We get asked all the time what services we recommend for building websites:
- Where to buy a domain
- Where to get hosting
- How to get the hosting account and the domain talking to each other
- How to setup email for your domain
- How to setup wordpress
- What wordpress settings to use
- What plugins to use
- What themes to use
- Are premium themes worth the cost?
- How to add content to the website
All of this is answered in our brand new ebook
“Build Your Own Website”.
The 10 steps will take you from having an idea to having a professional looking website without breaking the bank. Typical cost is $10 a year for a domain and $7 per month for hosting. Premium themes will cost you around $70 once off, but if money is really tight, then just use a free theme.
If you can use a word processor and Facebook, then you will have no problems following the instructions to build your own website.
Each step has screen shots just in case the instructions weren’t crystal clear.
There’s 36 pages of info packed content for you. We’ve been building websites for over 10 years, so we’ve picked up a thing or two that might help you.
So what are you waiting for? Just enter your name and email address in the form below to get free access to this website building guide. Make sure to enter a valid email address because we will send it to that address.