AllanGardyne wrote:...I didn't even buy an HTML editor - I just fiddled about with raw HTML. It's time-consuming, but you have plenty of time, so that's not a problem.
AllanGardyne wrote:Once you've created one simple page that works, you can use it as a template for more pages.
In my opinion, one trouble with templates is that the ones I've seen are usually too complicated for beginners. You need to understand too much HTML to use them.
AllanGardyne wrote:HTMLGoodies.com and similar sites will help you more than I can.
AllanGardyne wrote:The web host you're contemplating using has a handy built-in affiliate program. However, that's an advantage ONLY if you're planning to built a web site aimed at other webmasters who need a web host. Please tell me you're not planning to do that!
AllanGardyne wrote:The Internet marketing field is the toughest out there. If you get involved in it, you'll be competing with some of the brightest marketing minds on the planet. Not the best place for a beginner who hasn't learned how to build a web site yet.
Do yourself a favor - find a less competitive niche.
AllanGardyne wrote:If you do a search for "free FTP" you'll be able to find free FTP software to use to upload your page to the web host. (I use CuteFTP, but it's not free.)
AllanGardyne wrote:If you're a perfectionist, tell yourself you're willing to settle for a B job, and get a site online so that you can concentrate on marketing it. You'll be surprised how often a B job looks remarkably similar to an A job.
AllanGardyne wrote:If you're thinking of using Amazon, I recommend it only as a way to learn about affiliate programs and putting affiliate links on a page. I don't recommend it for serious revenue-generating.
AllanGardyne wrote:Google LOVES plain, simple sites with keywords in the title, in a heading at the top of the page, in the intro, throughout the article, in links, and again at the bottom of the page - and of course, with keywords in the links that other people give you on their sites.
MaryK wrote:...unless you are a paying customer you don't have access to their FTP files to transfer your site later on when you find the webhost of your choice.
Allan, how are you feeling lately?
It's absolutely essential that you have a copy of your web pages on YOUR computer, not just on your web host's server. I've read too many horror tales where the web host has either gone broke or had technical problems and sites have simply vanished. All that hard work down the drain.
Surf to a great looking site and click on: File>Edit-Page. Netscape will open that page in Composer and you can swap out their content and grafics for yours - while retaining elements like structure, fonts, etc.
It is also a great way to "peek under the hood" to see how pages are structured; and once you create a Template.html page you just open it; save it under a new name everytime you create new content.
dengkane wrote:I chose a network marketing company, and began to invest money
and time to promote. Just one month, I earned a check with $20.
Maybe it is too small, but you know that I haven't earned a penny
in past two years.
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