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Questions to ask before you start a website

Before we begin talking about a website you might need to step back and evaluate these two questions in your mind. Everyone is different and you might find yourself with these question in mind.


Do I need my own website? 

There are many reasons you might find yourself in need for a website. Maybe you are a business owner, or maybe you are looking for a job and are wanting to get yourself noticed. Perhaps you are taking a class, or maybe you are just want your own place on the World Wide Web. Whatever the reason might be having your own website in our day and age is pretty much a must and a given for any of us. Having your own website will get you noticed and generate awareness for whatever you are trying to promote.


Where do I start?

So you have rightfully decided you want your own website, but where do you start? Well, there are about three different routes you might take. Keep in mind, these are not the only options, but are suggestion I find are easy to follow. The first is to get someone else to do it for you. This is the easiest route to take, but is not the best route. This is also more than likely the most expensive one. Even if you do decide to hire someone else to do it for you, I urge you to keep reading the next few page. It might save you more than a couple of bucks in the long run. The next option is the other extremest, do it yourself from scratch. This option is good, but is time consuming, and as we know time is money. It may also requires you to learn some new skills. And then there is the third option which is the intermediate between them. The option is to use a framework to help build your site. A good example for this is WordPress. This will take away some of the technical issues and leave you to work on content, which is the main reason you have a website in the first place.

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