Sofia has a small PR company in New York and requires a website to help her business image and show her portfolio. She wakes up every Friday and sends a very complex email to her web developer who she pays to maintain her site @ $120/hr. The email contains a few articles, social media posts and a few images / videos she wants to post on her blog.
Phil designs and manufactures furniture in Southern California during the summers and has a furniture restoration service business during the winter. He requires a eCommerce solution with a dynamic shopping cart.
A simple, intuitive website builder is typically the best choice for someone looking for ease-of-use. Website builders often operate on a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) platform. With a WYSIWYG platform, you don’t have to worry about going into the website code and getting confused or making mistakes. Instead, you get a clean, easy-to-view format — no special technical skills required. In Sofia’s situation she could easily save on hourly fees and keep control of her site. Phil can benefit from having a turn-key solution including a team of developers working for him.
The Power of What a Website Can do for My Business
The web is the first place people go to find products and services. For many small businesses, it is impossible to afford to pay someone else to build their website. That’s where TBRLink comes in – we have the tools to help you learn how to create a website for yourself. Don’t have a registered business? You’ll want a website to connect with friends, former team-maters, family, and build networks of people who share the same things you do. You are in luck. It’s easy and inexpensive to make your own website!
Design your own website fast to ensure your customers find you early – while they’re still shopping around. In this fast-changing Internet age, there’s no time like the present.
First, you must register a domain (or web name)
A domain name identifies what your business does or what your concept is. Our web name or page is www.tbrlink.com.
Second, you must decide to build using a pre-built template or building program to get started on your website. People with some tech background might feel comfortable starting with a basic template and making tweaks to the code to personalize the site to their needs. Many people, though, just want a basic, easy program that they can use to build a functional, clean-looking website.
Website Builder – The program to help you build it
WordPress Hosting – The template-ready Content Manager
If you go the Website Builder way, you are all set. The Website Builder will walk you through configuring the content on your site. If you want to use a content manager like WordPress, you must configure a Hosting Account.
Hosting Accounts – This is the home where all the files live. Your databases are provided by your hosting provider.
Once hosting is created and configured, follow these Instructions how to install WordPress:
Lastly, if you want a team ready to design, create, support, and maintain your site then Wesite Design Services is the right solution. While you may want to get hands-on experience building a website on your own, if you choose to work with our Website Deign Services @TBRLink, you’re never truly alone in the process. Our experienced customer service team is available 24/7 to help you troubleshoot and get your site live as soon as possible. Having access to a
knowledgeable customer support team just a phone call away is one of the benefits of paying a small fee for starting up your website.
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How Much Does a Website Cost to Build?
When it comes to building a website, A simple, intuitive website builder is typically the best choice for someone looking for ease-of-use. Website builders often operate on a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) platform. WYSIWYG makes it easier for you to envision the final product and make quick changes to the design layout. With a WYSIWYG platform, you don’t have to worry about going into the website code and getting confused or making mistakes. Instead, you get a clean, easy-to-view format — no special technical skills required.
You should think of the cost of web development as “what you put in is what you get” and think hard before settling with a low budget solution. Free templates abound, as a quick Google search will show, are great but do require time and some technical ability to setup, FTP, server configuration, etc. For people who would rather focus on running their business there are simple and affordable website builders. TBRLink offers website building plans that start at $1.00/month and go up to $10.99/month — all economical packages.