Build your own Website 

(Ideal for small businesses or blogs on a budget)

Don’t Make Your Website Without this step by step guide to getting your website ready.

Are you a DIY-er? Then let me help you build your website for around $200. (Don’t have $200? That’s ok, I provide cheaper options from $16 per month) Having a website for your business is very important. You may already have a Facebook business page or selling your items on EBay, but ask yourself this question, would you rather rent or lease your business space? Having a business or blog website allows you to own and have control over it, whereas facebook or eBay can close down at any time.

 

In our FREE Training guide, we will take you through these 12 steps to getting online and making your first $$ in just 7 days.

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1. Get a Domain Name.

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2. Buy Website Hosting

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3. Set your Name-servers

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4. Install WordPress

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5. Choose a layout theme & install it.

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6. Add some features through plugins.

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7. Your logo & branding

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8. Page Design including Home About, Contact Us, etc

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9. Blog page set up & Blogging

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10. Email Marketing campaign, Call of Action Lead Magnet setup

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11. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Setup

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12. Monetization and starter visibility and Marketing plan.

Subscribers

Clients

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hold up, i can get a website for FREE why do i need to spend up to $200?????

We use WordPress.org to help you create a website which is different then many other platforms..… 

WordPress.com

This is a website as a service implementation developed on the WordPress.org platform. You can use it to get a basic free website and upgrade with more space and functions. However, it doesn’t provide you with the level of flexibility that comes with the .org platform.

Squarespace

Squarespace is very easy to learn and similar to WordPress.com but fewer features compared to WordPress.org. Squarespace has great security options and idea for a very basic website without any extra functions.

 

Wix

Wix is designed for beginners. It offers a drag-and-drop site builder and all the tools and features are available on a click. However it has limited customisation ability and some limit to SEO functions and the ability to run the site speed faster.

Joomla

Is another popular open-source CMS that features intuitive website management. You can get access to hundreds of extensions to customise and enhance the platform’s functionalities. Similar to WordPress.org however Joomla is more complex than WordPress.org though.

With all the benefits of WordPress.org and using one of the best and most customizable premium themes called Divi, you will have a website you can have full control of plus have the ability to add extra add on and features including e-commerce shopping cart, the marketplace, job board, directory plus heaps later on which you can’t with other website building tools.

Digital Marketing is essential for all businesses.

Allow more customers to reach your business or blog by getting a website today. 

Testimonials

Jacinta and Roy are brilliant. I have used a few other companies to help set up other small business websites but these two are fair the superior and most cost-effective to assist you to get online.

Sharon Hillcreast

Wow, what a fab course, I got my website up and running in less than 2 weeks, so excited.

Yvonne

I love learning new things and was so stressed that I had to pay $2000 plus for a website. This DYI guide is fantastic and with a few extra $$ spend with some technical help from Jacinta and the team, I ended up spending well below my budget.

Amanda

Are you a Do it yourselfer? You either enjoy organizing and setting up things yourself, or you just don’t have a huge budget to pay someone to get you started online.

My mission is to show you a simple and cost-effective way to build a website that you can custimise and add features on as you grow your business..

I will walk you through step by step to build a beautiful website without the coding and tech talk.

Join my Website Challenge Today and have your website up and running, ready to earn you money in one week.

(Please allow a few hours a day to achieve this)

Before you start you need the following:

A business or blog name idea.

At least $200 to spend.

The 7 Day Website Challenge covers.

  • Day 1 – Domain name, Hosting, Change your DNS (Nameservers) WordPress install and basicwalk through.
  • Day 2 – website layout and functions (Theme & Plugins)
  • Day 3 – Logo & Branding, learn some basic graphic designing.
  • Day 4 – Home page, About me and Contact Page
  • Day 5 – First Blog Post, other pages and Mailing List setup.
  • Day 6 – Call of Action Lead Magnet, sales funnel and Social Media.
  • Day 7 – SEO setup, link your website to google and other search engine. Monetization and starter visibility and Marketing plan.