Free Website?

There are a lot of websites offering free sub domain, and you can use those to create your own website. Making a free website is very easy to do and it is ideal if you are just making a site about yourself, love ones, interests and hobbies.

On the other hand, if you are planning to use your website to earn money online, such as in internet marketing, then you are reading an article that will help you with your internet business before it even falls through. Beginners in Internet Marketing either surrender or realizes that making a free website does not bring success to the business. Below are few of many reasons why you don’t want a free website.

Avoid making these mistakes! 10 Beginner's Mistakes

1. “Free” is not Impressive

If you are trying to persuade someone to buy through your website, you would definitely need to look credible enough, and there is no better way to start convincing your customers by making them feel safe buying though you. And how do you achieve that? Have an actual, genuine and decent website. When a customer drop by your website, and even type in your URL (www.freewebsite.com/yourbusiness or www.yourbusiness.freewebsite.com), imagine their dismay when they find out you have a free website. Your website will not look professional at all, and by the way, you just lost a customer!

2. Limited Features

When you use free websites, your creativity is restricted to the functions available in that site. Many free websites do not provide beneficial tools to embed valuable scripts necessary to transact business online. Your website design will also be just like anyone else who uses the free website. That is horrifying! You should establish yourself well with your customers and be able to create a website which freely and completely describes your business with no limitations.

3. The Wrong Attitude

If you are committed and determined to achieve the goals you have set in your Internet business, then show it. Start by investing for the right things, such as a website. For small monthly and yearly fees, you will be able to prove to your customers that you are not going anywhere with their money, and you will be able to stick long enough to succeed.



Now that you have decided to have your own website, try not to make another mistake by hiring a website designer to create it for you. Here are another three reasons why you shouldn’t hire someone else to do the hard work for you:


1. It's A Continuous Process

A website undergo a continuous changing and altering process. If you pay a website programmer or designer to do this for you, unless money is not an issue, this will certainly bring problems for you. You will undoubtedly be updating your website most of the time, might as well learn the process and save some $$$ along the way!

2. Not SEO-Focused

Web designers are good in style; design; effects and they can make very presentable websites. Be that as it may, most of them still are not familiar with one of the most important aspects of a website: Search Engine Optimization. Search engine ranking in necessary so that traffic is diverted to your site, and not others who are competing for the spot. Most Internet marketers use social networking websites such as Twitter and Facebook to advertise their websites. These are “FREE” pages, yes, however they are found to be effective. Also, marketers do not rely on these pages to get customers, but just use it to gain more traffic.

3.) Learning Experience

If you are not aware of the ins and outs of website building, then how can you explain your vision to your designer? Moreover, no matter how you explain it, you may not get your desired outcome for your website. Another thing is you will not be able to accurately evaluate the designer’s performance. How can you? You have no knowledge of the subject.

Creating a website is not the easiest thing to do; but it can be learned and it can be done. If you are willing to put time and effort in it, you will be able to get a hold of it, slowly yet surely. Before going through your online business, understand how a website works and operates: study about it, search the web for related articles and videos or you can even ask your computer geek friends, family or neighbors.

A lot of people today are smart enough to decide that they need to learn more about websites (without spending a dime for it!) and social networking. Learning is a continuous process, and skill takes practice and time to be mastered. Be patient, and soon enough you will be reaping your rewards from your Internet business.

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