Your New Web Site
There are three parts to this post – Domain Name Promotion And Web Site Design/SEO If you do not have one million dollars in your pocket, you might find reading what I have to say worth a moment of your time.
I’ve bought my Domain Name. Now What?
First a transfer of Domain into your free account takes place on sellers end at no cost, money, time or frustration to you.
After a successful transfer (usually 12 to 24 hours) it will be up to the new owner of Domain to set the DNS (Domain Name Servers). This process usually takes less than five minutes and if purchased from 11J.com I’ll be happy to help buyer with DNS or anything else for a smooth installing of a new Domain Name.
The obviously next step after purchasing a Domain Name is to build a web site for your new Domain. Easier said than done? Maybe so, but I’m about to give to you a little of my experience to iron out any bumps on this road ahead of you to web design/development. In fact, if you will take the time to carefully review the steps below you will find earnings far greater than a miserly one million dollars and this I personally Guarantee!
The Art of Web Design
There are two rules that you absolutely must strictly adhere to for success with your new web site:
1. You must have an idea for your new web site from the ground up. This means from the beginning while sitting directly in front of a blank Notepad screen, to the successful completion.
2. You must enjoy the topic of your new web site to the point of money having absolutely no bearing on the intensity of your passion for that topic.
So you don’t have the foggiest idea for your new web site? Not a problem in the least, please allow me to share a piece of my experience to guide you to conquering rule #1.
Being brand new to the Internet I did not have a clue what the difference was between HTML and a web site was. Source Code? Are you kidding me?? And yet, from scratch I built not one, but three huge multi-page web sites that I am positive could have sold from anywhere between $500 and $3000! Total cost: $100 per site. Of course, not having the foggiest idea what SEO meant all three web sites flopped. Domains expired and those web sites floated off into cyberspace..
I’ll get to SEO (Search Engine Optimization) in just a moment, but first for those that don’t have an idea to pursue for web site design please allow me to share the two simple steps to a potential $3000 web site for your chosen topic/passion. And at a cost of no more than $100 for your new web site.
1. Go to www.ScriptLance.com.
2. Scroll through all projects listed. (I have no affiliation with scriptlance, merely sharing my experience to help others succeed).
To steal another idea is not only ridiculous but also will put one on a path to collapse. But what can be done for those with no idea for a profitable web site is to closely glance through all projects requesting assistance to find a your new web site to mold around whatever ideas might come to mind. After the merging of your idea into a potential web site possibly found on scriptlance or anywhere else, a Free account must be opened to place your idea in the hands of a designer/developer. – Before you go – Do me a big favor –
Are you still with me? If so, it is important to realize that most designers on Scriptlance are from overseas living in third world countries. The importance of keeping this in mind is due to the fact that the US dollar has a completely different value in other countries. How much does the common laborer in China make? $0.70 per day? I’ve worked with the Russians, the Romainians and Indians and call tell you those I’ve worked with speak better English than me! Communication is not an issue and the value of money takes on a whole new meaning.
(Should I condense this into a cheap free e-book? Maybe so. But hold on, the best part is yet to come!)
If you are interested in success with your new web site, please believe me when I say utilizing Scriptlance will be a mind blowing, mind boggling, and an absolutely wonderful pleasant and enlightening experience!