A new survey shows that more than half of small businesses don’t have websites.
A website can really help to bring more sales and leads to your business.
With an online website builder tool you can easily create a website online without having to download anything to your PC. There are other CMS to choose from but they may require a bit of a learning curve.
The following infographic helps you decide what website builder tools is best for you based on tech knowledge, budget and requirements.
Listen to the following audio to find out more about website builder and its benefits.
If you decide to use a website builder tool you will need the following:
1. Have an active domain name (this is your website name and you can register eg: .com, .net, .co.uk, .uk and many other domain extensions)
2. You will also need a web hosting service (this is the space required on a server that will hold your website files and display your website 24 hours a day to the world. With a hosting service you also get email accounts, control panel and many other features).
3. Select the look of your website from a great selection of templates
4. You insert your images, logo & text.
5. When you are ready, you just click on the publish button & it will publish your website.
What type of website can I create with an online website builder tool?
You can create a stunning website for any type of business.
There are specific templates for industries such as hairdressers salon, restaurants, music bands and churches.
Can I make future updates to my website?
You would just need to login with your username and password to your online website builder control panel to make any updates that you need to do and once you are ready just click on the publish button.
It is just that simple.
Please contact with us if you need any help with our online website builder. We are available 24×7 to assist you should you require any assistance.
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