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Apr 9, 2009
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1. Build one yourself. Yes, you can really create a website yourself - even if you do not have any technical experience. It just may take you a little bit longer to put together a website.

Websites like BlinkWeb and Weebly allow you to create simple websites fairly easily. You might also want to take a look at blogging platforms, such as Blogger and WordPress, to see if blogs fit your needs better.

One of the main benefits of creating your own website is that it will save you money (as opposed to spending hundreds or thousands of dollars for someone else to build you one). Another benefit is that you will start to become acclimated to website design.

2. Hire someone to create one for you. Obviously, this option will be a little more costly to you, but it very well may be worth it, especially if you are an extremely busy individual who does not have the time into learning how to build a website.

To hire someone to create a website for you, you can take a look at larger website design and development companies or you can outsource the work to a freelancer. You can find freelancers on websites, such as Elance, Guru, and Odesk. Prior to hiring a freelancer though, you should check his or her previous work.
You should hire an webdesigner for this work also maybe find a few freelancer which can help you writing articles and submit those to the different article directories.

Be careful out there you will find a log of scams which take your money and make some cheap work which don't beform.... one of those services are Joomla Web Design and Support for Small Business: OGO Sense, Portland, Maine they charge you the a*s out of your pans, and give you a cheap $25 template... it is just a big stay away!
Many people who want to build their own websites find it overwhelming because they don't know how to code or don't have the time to learn. Office Live Small Business from Microsoft is a fantastic and incredibly inexpensive alternative because it allows users to build their website with templates--no need to learn how to code. Check it out at the Office Live Small Business website.



MSFT Office Live Outreach Team

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