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Starting Your Own Website
By: Scott Bianchi
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    There are many people I have spoken with that would love to start their own website but they just do not know where to begin, or they are too intimidated.If you are one of these people, hopefully this article will ease your mind. My goal in writing this article is to make the website building process as easy as possible. I will also share some of my mistakes with you so you can avoid those and hopefully minimize your own.

    Once you have come up with the idea in which you want to build your site around you need to develop your site with the goal of having people be able to find it. Seems obvious but a lot of people, and I was guilty of this with my first site as well, think they build a site and upload it and BAM flocks of people will find it. Well, it doesnít work that way at all. Even if you get your site on the net and submit it to the major search engines it still does not mean it will even show up in a search. My first site, which is no longer even on the net, got no visitors and I couldnít figure out why. It was about politics, so I knew the subject matter was relatively popular. You can put together the best site possible but if nobody finds it what good will it do you?

    Keeping this in mind, letís discuss the building of the site. If you are looking for a inexpensive, not very involved, site there are many free site builders out there. For my first site I used, You go to the web development option on this site and you will see Cute Site Builder. This was a very easy tool to use, however it is very limited in what it can do. There are certainly many other free options, I just do not have personal experience with any others to make recommendation.

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