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Pro Advice for Getting a Website for your business

TheMoneyMamaTheMoneyMama subscriber Posts: 1
I've been a professional website and graphic designer for the last 15 years and would like to offer some free advice to everyone that is trying to put together a website for their startup (on a budget).

I've been doing this for 15 years and like to help out new businesses, and can suggest a few things that might help you out on a budget:

1) Get a good hosting company you can grow with like Bluehost. http://bit.ly/1oSRlKH They will run you about $4/month but are excellent and I use them for all my clients. Stay away from GoDaddy for hosting (their support is overseas and is terrible).

2) Start with a premium Wordpress theme from a site like ThemeForest (they have thousands). This will save you hundreds on a designer and you'll most likely only need a few customizations.

3) Use the VisualComposer plugin for Wordpress. It allows anyone (even non-programmers) to create beautiful and complex pages in Wordpress.

If you have any website questions feel free to send me a message - I love helping new businesses.
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