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Starting Your Own Website
By: Scott Bianchi
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    If you want a more involved site you can pay for a site building program. For my current site,, I purchased Dreamweaver 8. They offer a 30 day trial period first, which I recommend. It costs $399 for the program so you should be sure you like it before dishing out the money. Here is the link to the page on my site, to make it a little easier for you. It is found under Macromedia.

    Once you find a building tool you are comfortable with you start building. There are many programs out there to make your site as interesting and attractive to look at, just like above some can be free and some can cost you. For my logo on my site I used a site called They have many different options for you to build any logo you want. They also have buttons and things like that as well. I had some good luck with this site and I would recommend it highly. But, just like anything else on the net, there are hundreds of other options out there. Find the one that suits your needs and comfort level the best.

    Back to writing the site to make people be able to find it. I bet you thought I got off track. You need to select key words that best describe your site. What are keywords, right? If someone were looking for your site and were to do a search in Google for example, what words might someone type in to find your site. How do you know what words are the right ones to use? There are a few sites out there for that but you can try

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