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Easy-to-follow, one-page tutorial makes quick work of creating a website from scratch, the easy way.
SARASOTA, FL, USA – January 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —
Ever wondered how businesses of all shapes and sizes get sleek, spiffy-looking websites up and running? A lot of people have, and EWebTalk.com recently took notice of this and launched their new, free tutorial on how to do exactly that.
Future webmasters are walked through a step by step process of acquiring a web address, finding web hosting, setting up the site itself, and configuring it all. Tying all of these steps together in simple, easy to follow instructions.
Where many articles on website creation stop here, EWebTalk.com has an additional section that helps to explain the basic elements of the new site (such as pages, comments, and other media) and how they function.
When all is said and done, anyone can easily have a website up and running from nothing in under an hour’s time.
The editor or EWebTalk.com , stresses that having a website is “essential for any business in this day and age, especially with a growing segment of the population conducting transactions almost exclusively online.”
Having a website for the business helps everyone:
- Maintain more constant, real-time contact with customers
- Expand reach to find new prospects and markets
- Enhance the appearance of competency and integration across a business
- Create new channels of engagement through blogs, social media, and/or email newsletters.
Brock Hamilton has over a decade of experience in website building for businesses, and runs the hugely popular EWebTalk.com. EWebTalk.com’s tutorials aim to take those with ideas and turn them into profitable, fulfilling websites in the simplest ways possible. The site offers a range of other articles and tutorials on creating websites, and also offers a free monthly newsletter.