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WEBSITE MARKETING

Build marketing web sites quickly - too good to be true?
By: Chris Cooper
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    2007-04-01

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    I have been building and publishing websites for small businesses for the last eight years and over that time I have pretty much defined the way that I like to build sites and the tools that I like to use.During this time the business has changed and theWebBothy does less site building and has taken on more of a consultancy slant.

    I started out using Front Page which had a lot of advantages for a raw beginner with its ability to be able to publish from the application itself using Front Page extensions. It did have its complications though and would add code that was peculiar to Front Page. I then moved on to Dreamweaver in all its guises and am not surprised that this product has come to dominate the professional design market. Dreamweaver is an excellent product and is extremely versatile, but it is also a vast application and can take some time to master all of its many virtues. Most businesses do not require an all singing and dancing site and marketing their product or service is more important than fancy flash graphics.

    Just recently, after watching a few of their tutorial videos, I thought I would have a look at a product called XSitePro.

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