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Website Builder: What Are Your Options?
By: Mark Gerrard
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    2007-07-15

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  • Website Builder: What Are Your Options?
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    Other website business owners may wish their website to sell products and services. Research into what the numbers and other statistics will help you determine whether there is enough interest in order to justify owning a website.

    2) How much am I willing to spend?

    The cost of your website is also another important consideration. Obviously, you donít want to spend an outrageous amount, although you donít want to initially spend so little that in the long run, it costs you more to operate the Ďcheaper website.

    3) Do I want to learn HTML?

    Learning HTML is important to any website building, even if you choose not to build it yourself. Why? You wonít be held hostage and be paying for regular maintenance (that you can do) cheaper and with a sense of satisfaction. Learning HTML will also allow you to negotiate better in the long run because you will know what it takes to build, maintain, and create content for your website.

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