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    A good, user-friendly website is everything. It is the “face” of your project, the platform to share the results of your work on and an efficient tool to boost your client network. These are just a few reasons why you should take the website creation process very seriously. Here some tips about what makes a good website:
    - Know Your Audience 
    - Pick Your Style 
    - High-Quality Visual Content 
    - User-Friendly Navigation
    - Speed is Important 
    - Don’t Forget About Website Checklist
    - Remember the Mobile Version
    In order to make your business idea work as you meant it to, you will surely need a website that you use for its representation to be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixetic View Post
    A good, user-friendly website is everything. It is the “face” of your project, the platform to share the results of your work on and an efficient tool to boost your client network. These are just a few reasons why you should take the website creation process very seriously. Here some tips about how to ruin your company's reputation:
    - Know Your Audience 
    - Pick Your Style 
    - High-Quality Visual Content 
    - User-Friendly Navigation
    - Speed is Important 
    - Don’t Forget About Website Checklist
    - Remember the Mobile Version
    In order to make your business idea work as you meant it to, you will surely need a website that you use for its representation to be perfect.
    Really ? no bias at all....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Really ? no bias at all....
    The username and website has some resemblance..

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    That's a really interesting choice - build a website yourself or hire the team of developers. I am a tech writer and in this article I had described six different approaches to building a website How Much Does It Cost to Build a Marketplace in 2020?. The main topic here is the marketplaces, but I think it will work for many other websites too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCD2000 View Post
    That's a really interesting choice - build a website yourself or hire the team of developers. I am a tech writer and in this article I had described six different approaches to building a website How to make money spamming. The main topic here is the marketplaces, but I think it will work for many other websites too.
    Wow....spammer fishing is going great today.

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    Good way to start a website?''

    1 Ask about it on PM

    2 Sort the wheat from the chaff.

    3 Fight off the spammers and KIA's

    4 Ignore the shit stirrers, naysayers, piss takers and general assholes

    5 Pour another drink and abandon the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    Good way to start a website?''

    1 Ask about it on PM

    2 Sort the wheat from the chaff.

    3 Fight off the spammers and KIA's

    4 Ignore the shit stirrers, naysayers, piss takers and general assholes

    5 Pour another drink and abandon the idea.
    I just go straight to # 5................................................

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    First of all, choose the topic of your website. Then find a good website designer that has developed any kind of similar website. Look through his previous works, and if you like them, you can hire him. After your website is created, you have to promote it and to put it on the first Google engine pages. Find some SEO specialists that can help you with improving the traffic flow on your website, its rankings, and the number of visitors you have per day. There are a lot of companies like Crowd Marketing: #1 Forum Link-Building Strategy that can help you perform such tasks. Just contact them, and they'll do the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david n View Post
    I just go straight to # 5................................................
    5a or 5b?

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    If you want to learn how to really build sites through coding, this is an option for you.

    15 years ago, I built my own website using nothing but Adobe dreamweaver and the website for dummies book. The dummies book is a great reference because as you go through it, it says, if you dont want to build a such and such, skip to this chapter.

    I like the few dummies books I have because I can skim through the book and find out what I really need to pay attention to, then go back and only read the parts I need at that time.

    It also helps that you can load up any website and copy their source code and copy and paste into dreamweaver. Then you can edit it and see what that does.

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