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3 Steps to a Great Website


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Do you want to start an internet business? Like so many people, the idea sounds great. Work from home, no more commuting, no more annoying boss, just yourself and your business. Sounds good right?. But you sit down at your computer and the whole thing just seems to daunting and overwhelming.

Getting yourself a website, is probably one of the best ways to get going with your internet business. But even that alone can be overwhelming.

It doesn't have to be. Here are three steps to getting your internet marketing business started.

1. Come up with a great idea or niche for your website. Without this step, you are dead in the water. You don't even need computer or internet experience to do this step. Think of your everyday activities or things you have needed to find out about, but were frustrated with the information out there. Even the smallest part of your daily activities, could be holding the key to a great website idea.

2. Come up with a great domain name (or business name) for your website. It should have at least one important keyword that relates to your site. You should be able to figure out what your site is about from the domain name. Just like having a business name over your door in a mall. Don't make it too long, something easy to remember if you can. Then go to a domain registry site, such as and play in the search field with your domain name ideas, and see what comes up.

If you are lucky and the name is not taken, then register it right away, you don't need to have a website yet to register a domain name. This way it is yours before someone else comes up with the same idea. The cost is usually per year, and not very much.

3. If you have not got much experience with the internet and websites, then find a hosting company that also has website templates is a great idea, some of them will even register your domain name idea, kind of like a one-stop-shop. There will most likely be a monthly charge, for hosting and templates, but for your first website, this is a great way to go. Find one that will give your website a professional look, with lots of online support if you need it. This way, all you do, is fill your website with your information and they will take care of the rest.

Then you are on your way. Make sure you let all your friends and relatives know about your website. (This is the cheapest way, word of mouth). But now your internet business has been started! congratulations! - click here and you could have your very own website in 60 seconds!. Affordable, with lots of support. Finally get that internet business started and have fun! Article by Diane Palmer


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