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A tool that helped me create a website for my businessViews: 283
Aug 21, 2007 5:03 pm re: A tool that helped me create a website for my business

James Beane
I have to agree with the others. It is a dangerous thing to let others control your ads and your future once again. The possibility appears very real to me, that the same events that took your site and sales is a very real possibility with any "free" website service.

I have said it before, but I really believe our moms and dads were right when they said you get what you pay for. Free typically has some sort of string attached, at least in the world of business.

I used a service called SiteBuildIt to build my first website, it gets 50+ unsoliited unique visitors a day, and 60-70 visits a day. It is only six months old, and ranks in the top 1% of websites according to Alexa (todays ranking is 663,072 out of 100 Million websites out there).

I have looked at quite a few of the systems out there, and have found this to be the easiest, most complete, and most affordable system out there.

Before I started my site, I had absolutely no experience building a site, and when i was in college, the computer I used was one step up from punchcards on a spool. In other words, I learned a little binary code, and nothing since, until I got started with SiteBuildIt.

If you'd like a little more info, take a look at the video that's available.

J.B.

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