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Website Builder: How Do I Benefit?
By: Mark Gerrard
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    Website Builder: How Do I Benefit? - Professional looking website...

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    Pros: Professional looking website
    Cons: Cost; scheduling delays; lack of control

    Do-It-Yourself/Get A Friend

    The Do-It-Yourself/Get A Friend option is very appealing at first glance. After all, you’ll learn a new skill. You learn how to code, how to maintain a website, how to build a website and all the infinite details. However, this all requires time. If you have the time, go for it. All the risk and rewards will be yours. Since you don’t have the time because you’re busy attracting more customers and focusing on the business, you decide to get a friend to help. Your friend tells you that they’ll get to it. A week later, you ask your friend how’s the website because you haven’t seen anything. So they tell you that they had a hard week at work and… You get the picture. Your friend’s time is valuable to them as well.

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