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The Ultimate Way To Build A Website [Flowchart]

3 Years Ago By Richard Darell

For most people, setting up a website is something that is a technically skilled task that not many people can do. The fact is, it doesn’t really have to be very difficult once you start looking into all the possible options you have at your disposal. Setting up a website could really be as simple as a couple of clicks on the mouse and some added information. Sure, it wouldn’t be a very professional website, but it is one way to build a website for your online business.

Initially, what you need in order to setup a website is a server (hosted or your own) on which you can decide how you want to setup your website. There are of course blogging platforms online that you can just sign up for, and then get a dedicated space to share the news about your endeavor. However, if you’re looking for a professional look and feel, this is not the way to go. Instead, first figure out what you want to present on your website.

If you’re looking to stay pretty active and share news and content on a daily basis, I would personally suggest that you get your own server, whether it’s hosted or not. It’s always good to know you can modify it based on your needs. Then comes of course the big endeavor, how do you build a website? You have several different options at your disposal. You can install WordPress or any of the other CMS (Content Management System) platforms, and then choose what is called a theme. Themes are available both for free and as premium themes, which will cost you money depending on what theme you want.

The whole setting up your website is the hard part. Either you hire a website designer who will most likely ask you what you want to do, you’ll use a CSM platform, or you’ll create a website from scratch. Once you have made that decision, you can pretty much just sit back and wait until you can go online, login to your website and share your awesomeness. But in order to get there, you need to make the necessary decisions needed to actually get you there. Luckily I was presented an infographic called To Build A Website by ClickHost.

This infographic, or flowchart rather, is one of those simple to use pieces of information that can take you through the decision-making process in a jiffy. Once you start at the beginning and follow the flowchart through to the end, you will have your decision about how you want to build your website. After that, it’s just to take the necessary actions in order to get it all started. By then, you will have all the information you need, and you can get to work on finding the necessary people and resources to set it all in motion. It doesn’t have to be harder than that. Good luck!

The Ultimate Way To Build A Website

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3 Comments

anthony

October 23rd, 2013

Hi!

The chart as a lot of good info, nice work! It might be a little confusing when addressing beginners. Here a additional free resource: abcwebsite.com

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anthony

October 23rd, 2013

sorry, that’s abc123website.com!!!!

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Creately

February 20th, 2015

A free blog can be later converted to a website by changing the URL, correct me if i’m wrong. Thanks

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