There’s three ways to build a web site. Two of the ways including building it yourself. You can hire a consultant who can build the web site for you. You can buy software, install it on your computer and build the web site yourself (also get a hosting service and domain name) OR you can use a “DIY” – do it yourself service.
many web hosts such as GoDaddy.com, Hypermart and Verio give you an online template based web building tool. A newer service you might want to consider is from Edit.com.
Small Business Computing writes, To update their sites, customers sign in at Edit.com and then browse their site and type updates directly into their Web pages — all from within their Web browser. Edit.com works with any existing Web site and lets owners like Barnes quickly and easily change text, links, images, PayPal features and even add new pages or attach.PDF files.
The service doesn’t require any software or Web design configuration know-how as it automatically customizes to the site’s styles, fonts and layout. It then shows the changes exactly as they will display live on the Internet.
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