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Webpage designing tips and more (Page 2)

By Staff

Publishing Your Web Site to the Internet

 From a business perspective, a presence on the Web promotes a company's image and products, helps to service their customers better, encourages acquiring new customers, and allows a mechanism to sharing information. However, having a personal presence on the web can be just as exciting. Especially if you are sharing information, pictures etc. with family and friends.

Once your web pages are created and before you publish them to the Internet, you will need to get a “domain name”, it is the name you that you will call the site where your pages will reside. This allows people to type in the name and be taken directly to your site to view your web pages. It is extremely important to choose a domain name that has something to do with what your site is about. For example: sells toys. Your domain name should relate to the content of your pages.

After you choose a name for your site, you then have to register it. This will ensure that it is available and that no one else can use the same name in the future. You will need to seek out a domain name registrar to do this for you. They keep track of who owns what name and where that name points to on the Internet. XE "Registrars"  The cost of registering a domain name can run between $10 and $35 per year however, there is a slew of providers that offer it for free such as  

Next you will need to get a web host. A web host is a person/company the stores your pages for you on the Internet on their servers.  Web hosting fees can vary greatly from $10 to hundreds of dollars depending on the host, number of pages you have and so on. The good news is that there are many hosts who offer free hosting services such as and others. You need to query the Internet to find one that interests you. With free hosts, they get their revenue from advertisers who put banner ads on your site in exchange for offering free hosting services.  

Publishing Your Web Site

OK, now you have a product and have built and uploaded a website so everyone will beat a path to your website to buy your product Right? Wrong!! People don't know you are there.

The old saying “Build it and they will come” does not hold true in this case. You have to tell as many as possible that you have an Internet business with products to sell.

However you need to tell only those that might be interested in your product (otherwise you could be wasting a lot of time). This is called “target marketing XE "target marketing" XE "marketing" . If you are selling dog products you probably don't want to spend your advertising dollars on cat lovers. That’s the point!

 Here are Seven Rules for creating products fast and debuting them out via two page Web Sites:

          Rule one: Forget just about everything you've heard or read about creating and selling products on the Internet. Most of it is yesterday’s news and doesn't work anymore. Some of it never worked to begin with.

         Rule two: Forget writing an Ebook XE "Ebook" . It takes too long (I know I told you in the beginning it was a good product to create and sell, and it is, but if you could sell one that was already created, think of all the work you are saved). This system you use an alternative info product that you can develop in days, instead of weeks or months.

         Forget writing unless you are fast at it. Most people are scared of writing an Ebook XE "Ebook" . This system negates that method in favor of a much easier one.

          Rule three: Forget about search engines XE "search engines" . People rave about search engines. Guess what? Some of them take 3 or 4 months to even spider those clever "doorway" pages you made. By then, the search engines XE "search engines"  have probably changed the rules.

         Who has time for something like this! This system gives you a method that can potentially take off like a rocket.

         Rule four: You must test your product ideas BEFORE you create a product! You can't sell a dead duck no matter what you dress it up in. If people don't want the product, the outfit isn’t going to matter and it's a dead duck.

         Forget it and go on to something else! In this system, you get a very practical and logical way to avoid selling dead ducks to begin with.


         Rule five: Your web site should be no more than two pages. You can create it yourself, or if you want, you can hire a “pro” to do it because it's only two pages and it’s simple. Forget all that garbage you've read about putting "content" on your web site.

 People do that to get traffic and word-of-mouth. But guess what? More often than not, it's a lousy traffic generator. The companies who do it well often have staff that do nothing but work on the web site content. Who has the time or money for that?

 You don't need it. We’ll teach you how to create a simple web site yourself. Quick and easy.

          Rule six: If you're spending money trying to advertise your product, you're sunk. Spending money you do not have is not conducive to having a profitable web-site. Your income is limited to your bank account.

 Isn’t it better to have a method where your business can grow like wildfire without you having to fork up money all the time for advertising?

          Rule seven: You must have a "front-end" product to sell. You know the number one thing that stands between you and the online business you dream of? One lead product. The front end. Once you have a front-end product, you can sell other people's products as follow ups, or your back end.

 But most people never can get that one front-end product up and going. We will teach you how to do it.

Uploading Web Pages to the Internet

 Finally it’s time to transfer your web pages to the Internet. This is called “uploading XE "uploading" ” files. In order to do this you will need an FTP (file transfer program). Don’t be frightened at this point because most web hosts offer step by step instructions for uploading your files. Actually it is not that difficult to do. You do have another option in that there are many free or shareware FTP programs available on the Internet. They are basic but functional programs. Once your web pages are published to the Internet, you can them promote your site to get people to come and take a look.

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