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Website Builder: What Are Your Options?
By: Mark Gerrard
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    Website Builder: What Are Your Options?

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    Building a website is an undertaking similar to how you first started your business.You planned what you wanted and went for it. You put in the time and still do, to ensure that your business functions smoothly.

    Itís no different with a website. You have to maintain the website because if you donít the content (words and phrases) become obsolete and the information hungry website visitor wonít visit because there isnít anything to keep them on your website. Nothing of interest translates into nothing of value.

    When undertaking your website building, you need to ask yourself these questions:

    1) What do I want my website to accomplish?

    It is very important to know before hand what you wish your website to accomplish. For example, if you have a website that provides information for a specific disease, you may want your website to be the Ďplaceí where professionals meet to give their opinions and write articles.

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