The first thing I took care of in 2005 was a website name. It related to my hobby and someday I thought I could establish a website because I felt I knew tips and designs I could share with other cardmaking and paper folding enthusiasts.
It was going to be a vehicle for emerging myself in the whole activity. I frankly thought setting up your own website was going to be very technical and beyond my skills. A class on website building was very confusing and approached the tasks with clumsy section divisions. The year was 2008. It involved buying a program I was not happy with. I held onto the registered name, nonetheless.
I had a few offers from people that knew how it build a site, but the cost was not appealing.
Last I tired Weebly.
In January, 2015 browsing Wealthy Affiliate looked very user friendly. One week free use prompted me to sign up. The use was limited, but using the Course 1 video with Kyle’s narration it was a snap to transfer the DNS to WA. By the end of the first week I felt I had a framework established. If I was inclined to go to WordPress and dig into its instructions and community I would not have needed to opt for the discounted one month access to the whole WA structure with easily accessible tools.
I found it was easy to rely on the friendly community at WA, as well. Now I am a Premium member and this I purchased for one year. You can use a couple months of membership to get you jump started.
You do not have to stumble over this decision. Skip all the starts and stops I outline here and go from what it is all about to setting up your own website.
Step One Website Startup
Will This Work for Me?
At WA you get two Free websites to use forever. You can use the .siterubix.com tools for a few weeks or days to see if a website is your cup of tea. Do you like to write about your ideas and do you get some rewards with communicating on the www?
All you have to do is start at Course 1. Kyle is your leader and the cofounder of WA. This is only your exploratory step. Get a feel for what is involved with an online presence. If it appeals to your goals think about owning your website. What is the difference between free and owning? Kyle explains that in Course 1, so do not worry. It is like trying on shoes at the store: if you don’t like it, take a walk.
Enter Course One at WA. Read and listen to video narration at your own pace.
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