One of the great things about the internet is that today you do not have to rely on a website designer to build and control your website. A few years ago this was the case unless you knew how to program in HTML or other computer languages. With technology today there are far greater options out there. Systems known as content management systems that are website builder software platform that allow non technical people to build websites with no technical skills. That is correct allowing a user to manage all changes to their website or make additions to content, links, graphics, movies, pdf's, or even skins for the entire website all at the click of a button.
Because no two website builder software systems are the same be sure when considering a content management system that you only use one that is built around search engines. What I mean by this is websites that rank high they must be constructed properly in order to achieve this. Many website builders are simply good at creating pages based on what the user creates but when it goes live is it codes for search engine robots properly? Is the keyword density been considered and does the user have the ability to check it? Does the site also have the proper search engine robot code for the entire website?
These are very important questions to avoid the catastrophe of a user making a fatal mistake of building a site incorrectly and getting virtually NO traffic. And with the Internet target traffic (users looking for the website's product or service specifically) is everything. If the website builder submits to search engines then this is NOT the one to use as submitting is outlined in the Search Engine webmaster guidelines as a HUGE do not do. So be careful and choose wisely the one that best fits your list of criteria.
Gregg Makarowski - Is a successful Internet publisher and Search Engine Expert.