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There are now over 200 million active websites, and a lot of them were made by regular folk like you and me.
Blogging, ecommerce, search engine optimization, and more factor in to this.
The more a website builder can do, the more you can do with it.
This article will walk you through making a website-step-by-step.
There are two ways to make a website: with a website builder or with Word Press.
User testing concludes with us asking participants whether they would recommend the product they’ve been using to others making a website.
Be clear on what your priorities are, have a browse through our comparison chart and reviews, and settle on two or three builders that seem like a good fit.
Once you have that shortlist, you’re ready to start testing.
Signing up is simple and there are no strings attached, as you can see below.
Once you’ve settled on a website builder, you need to sign up for a plan. Different sites have different needs, and plans ensure you aren’t paying for things you don’t need.