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Is there a guide somewhere to MAKING a business website for getting accepted?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by junior_divek, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. junior_divek

    junior_divek Junior Member

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    I'm not looking for a guide to getting accepted, I have already read all the stickies and those guides. I am looking for a guide to build a professional looking business website!

    I know Wordpress is the recommended program to use, but I have never ever done anything with domain, or website design and hosting and I absolutely don't know the first place to start!

    I would think there would be a sticky or something with a little guide to this...

    BTW, I did try searching for this with no luck.
     
  2. junior_divek

    junior_divek Junior Member

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    Thanks man, much appreciated!

    This should be a sticky - there are so many noobs that come on here like me and don't know the first place to start. I'm sure others can chime in with valuable info as well!
     
  3. kallen

    kallen Regular Member

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    Wow dude, you've got alot of work to do if you want to make it in this game. You may want to think about paying someone a little to get you setup the first time. There are alot of people here who could get you setup real quick for just a few bucks... You are going to need to learn this stuff, but if you pay someone to start with then you can have something to look at to see how it all goes together and it will start to click more... I'd offer to set you up but I cost too much probably, and there are guys on here willing to do it for alot less than me... (someone will be in here soon enough to make you an offer I'd imagine, or you can look around here)

    Good luck
     
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  4. Belexandor

    Belexandor Junior Member

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    I have to disagree. Paying for a starter site might help you get started right now, but in the long run the ability to quickly turn out your own small sites and/or blogs will be one of the most usefull skills that you can have. Not to mention familiarizing yourself with webhosting,domain names and all the other little things that you should be able to take care of without having to ask for a tutorial.

    Go ahead and struggle through it the first time junior divek. It's not that hard.
    Better to go ahead and learn the basics now as opposed to putting it off.
     
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  5. junior_divek

    junior_divek Junior Member

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    Ya, never messed with this side of it, and never applied with a network.

    I thought about paying somebody to help start me up because I don't really plan to mess around too much more with web hosting because I plan to mostly play around with Craigslist. I have used CL hosting software before and am very very familiar with CL "tactics".
     
  6. 1stStrike

    1stStrike Newbie

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    Well, once your all set up with a domain and hosting id suggest you search for a business site that you like. Save it and modify the html with something like dreamweaver.

    Ive always found that modifying someone else's work is much better/faster than trying to build a site from scratch. You take things in more slowly and your not overwhelmed with the vast amount of information that's out there.

    Just my 2 cents
     
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