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How to Build A Webpage?

Creating a website. Sounds complicated, doesn’t it? It isn’t. You don’t need to be a techie or learn any type of complicated code either. If you are creating a website for the first time, bookmark this site. It will be really useful to you. I tell you everything you need to know and walk you through each step of the process – free!
There are three main steps to creating a web site:
1. Get a Domain Name – this page has everything you need to know about domain names – what they are, why you need one, how to choose a good one and how to get one.
2. Choose a Web Host – this page explains what a web host is, how to choose a good one, and what you really need and what you don’t so you don’t get taken.
3. Creating a Web Site – this page explains how you actually build a website, what you should and should not put on it and helps you figure out which website builder is for you.
Creating a website is just the first step to having a successful website.

Domain Name Information
The first thing you need to do when creating a website is to get your own domain name.
What is a Domain Name?
• How to Choose a Good Domain Name
• The Best Place to Get a Domain Name
• How to Register a Domain Name

What is a Domain Name?
A domain name is your address on the web. It’s the information that customers type in to find your website. It’s what comes after the www. in
A domain name can be any combination of letters and/or numbers up to 63 characters. The official domain name extensions are .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, .us and .ws. There are also other extensions like .tv and .tk but don’t waste your time with those. Stick with a recognized one.

How to Choose a Good Domain Name
Here is some information and tips to help you select the best domain name for you:
Keep it short. The shorter, he better. It’s best to keep your domain name less than 15 characters if possible. A shorter name is easier for people to remember and it also reduces the likelihood that your visitor will mistype it or spell it wrong. For example, has a lot less chance of being mistyped than
Keep it sweet. The more memorable the name, the easier it is for people to remember. You can have the best site in the world, but if people can’t remember your domain name it will cut down on your return visitors. It’s hard enough to get traffic on the web without “losing” visitors that want to come back but can’t find you.

Keep it simple. Make sure the domain name is easy for people to spell. Don’t spell words unusually. Unless you have incredible branding, people will type in the common spelling of your domain and your competition will get visitors who were looking for you.
Choose a domain name that reflects your business. Don’t just choose a random name. For example, if your sell jewerly supplies, you should choose a name that has the word “jewerly supplies” in it such as Or, your domain name should refer to horses in some way, like The former will help you in the search engines. The latter will be memorable.

When in doubt, choose a .com. If you are debating between several different domain names, go with the .com. It’s what most people think of when they are typing in a domain name. It’s true the best names are gone, but you can still find a good .com if you look. Thousands of .coms expire and are released back in the market each month so there is always a steady supply of new domains coming into the market.

Special tip: If you can afford it, you may also want to get your name followed by .com along with whatever domain name you decide to get. I think the way the internet is going it is smart to do and you will be very glad you have it later on.
Best Place to Get a Domain Name

Some people try to save money and get a freebie website and domain name. I’m all for free whenever possible, but free websites and domain names just aren’t worth it.
You can get a domain names from Act Now Domains. They are pretty cheap and they are really reliable. I have over 300 domain names there.

I’ve tried a couple of other places but never could get help when I needed it with those places. Act Now Domains has people available 24 hours a day by phone and email. Plus, it’s just really easy to use compared to most out there.

A website website runs on the website building software called wordpress (learn about wordpress in step 3) which is used by millions of people online in the world. In fact in the recent US elections over 48% of candidates used wordpress to build their website.

To create a website, you need the following three things:
• 1) A Domain Name
• 2) Website Hosting
• 3) Website Building Software
Setting up the above three things shouldn’t take more then around 10 minutes, but only if you use the right tools.

1. ICDSoft
ICDSoft is a great option for Web hosting. According to their customers: “They’re reliable. Rarely if ever is the site down. They have GREAT support.” “I have had no problems with this company, they are always fast and efficient, and they are continuing to improve.” is a great option for Web hosting. Customers say, “No downtimes, fast and friendly support.” “They didn’t have any downtimes so far and their support is fantastic. They even helped me to install few scripts.”

3. MediaTemple
MediaTemple is a great option for dedicated server Web hosting. According to their customers: “Service cost is low. Customer service is excellent. Support is 24/7.” “The best control interface and functionality I’ve found–excellent usability and design.

4. Dathorn
Dathorn offers value. According to their customers: “Great shared hosting. Move your server there and just stop worrying.” “Really impressive up times, and much better performance of my web site than with Earthlink.

5. LunarPages
With an average of 4.71 stars from 8 reviews, LunarPages is a good hosting provider. LunarPages offers a number of different hosting options including dedicated servers, virtual private servers, business hosting, and reseller hosting. According to their customers: “I would recommend them because as long as I’ve been with them I’ve had no problems.” “I have had excellent luck with Lunarpages” If you agree and want to improve their ranking or you’ve had a different experience, why not let us know.
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6. DreamHost

DreamHost gets an average 4.7 stars from 5 reviews. It is a nice hosting provider with lots of options. According to their customers: “After changing 4-5 hosting providers i finally found the company i am really happy with.” “The customer service is unbeatable. The stats are a bit confusing and could be easier to read.” “More space than I’d ever use. reasonably priced and reasonably reliable” “I’ve been very please with Dream host. I can get to everything I need and I have room to grow if I need to. The price is good.”

7. 1and1

With an average 4.63 stars from 8 reviews, 1and1 is another quality host. According to their customers: “1and1 is a great hosting company offering all types of services and has had no downtime since used.” “1and1 has ok customer service hard to get into touch with and has no free html editor inside of its web builder also only 18 pages for your site unless you upgrade.” “I suppose they do the best they can, and that a lot of the problems could be my own lack of understanding. They are cheap. I still cannot upload, even though when I call them, they are able to set it up right; for some reason then, it does not work again.”

8. Mosso
With 4.5 stars from 3 reviews, Mosso is a dedicated server Web host. According to their customers: “This solution is perfect for developers as you get a lot of space and bandwidth, along with live chat support, live phone support, and support ticket. They made my transition very smooth and relatively painless.” “24 Hour Live tech support through chat or by phone….Tech people who really know their stuff. is America’s easiest website with personal domain and No Ads.

9. 110MB Hosting

With 4.5 stars from 2 reviews, 110MB Hosting is a free hosting provider. According to their customers: “Excellent web hosting company which is cheap and affordable, they make hosting customers experience like me a real pleasure.” They do charge a small fee for a few things, like database but they only ask for that payment once and then you have access to those functions for as long as you keep your site.”

10. Corporate Internet Solutions

Corporate Internet Solutions gets 4.33 stars from 3 reviews. Corporate Internet Solutions offers both hosting and domain name registration for low prices. According to their customers: “Corporate Internet Solutions are a good website hosting company and have provided me with good support and an excellent website hosting service.”

When you’re looking for a hosting provider there are a few things you should look for:
• FTP Access
Some hosts will only provide access to your Web server via a Web form. But this limits your access and control over the pages. Plus it often requlres more steps to get content up to the site through a form.
• Adequate disk space
What’s adequate can vary greatly from site to site, but if you find a hosting provider that can add space when you need it, you should be fine. When you’re starting out, check how much space your site uses on your hard drive, and make sure you get more than that.
• Reasonable bandwidth
Bandwidth is the measure of how much data flows across a network over a set period of time. So, if you have 10MB of Web page content and it’s all viewed one time in a month, your bandwidth use would be 10MB. Since you want your pages to be viewed more than once, look for monthly bandwidth of at least 5GB.
Recommended Hosting Features
Once you have the above, you will have all you need for decent Web hosting. But there are some other features you can add that might make things even easier:
• SSH access
This gives you access to your pages directly from the server. Plus it’s a great way to test CGI scripts.
• Control panel
Hosting control panels can help you maintain your website more efficiently by giving you access to administrative commands like permissions and dot-files.
This gives you some server-side scripting.
• Database
With a database you can create more dynamic sites.
• Email accounts
This gives you an email address (or several) from your site’s domain.


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