From chatting with my writing students, I know that creating a website is an intimidating task. Therefore, I’ve been running a “create websites fast” series on my freelance writing blog.
For business owners who aren’t writers, creating a website can be even more of a challenge. You either end up paying big for a site which never quite does what you think it should, or you keep putting it off.
While there are many easy website creation tools available, my favorite’s Weebly and it’s just been updated.
One of the most useful features in the update is the Site Planner. Weebly Blog – Blog says about the Planner:
“Get ideas and inspiration to help you create a high-quality site or even to have fun refreshing your current one. Site Planner shows you how to organize your information, layout your pages, choose your site address and grow your traffic. And, best of all, it can be easily accessed at anytime while you are working on your site.”
Let the Site Planner inspire you
The Site Planner helps you to set goals for your website — it even has examples, and if you’re wondering what to put on your site, it gives you some ideas for that, too.
As you work through the Planner, you can mark each step complete. Of course, you can go back and review the steps at any time.
Want to see what your site looks like on mobile devices?
No matter what kind of website you have, these days mobile traffic is important. Sadly, many sites are an unappealing mess when accessed on a device. The new version of Weebly has you covered. The Mobile Editor lets you see what your site looks like on a mobile device, and whenever you make changes to your site, both the mobile and your main website are kept in sync.
If you’ve been hesitating and haven’t created a site, take the plunge. You can set up an appealing website in less than an hour with Weebly.
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