What do you want your website to actually look like? Sounds like a bit of a daft question, but many people start to build their site with effectively a blank piece of paper in front of them and little idea of where to begin.
Consider first of all why you want a site. Is it simply to communicate your views to the world? In which case you’re probably better off producing a blog using software such as WordPress. Or do you want to show off your products, or encourage people to join a membership site? If this is what you want then you’ll need to design a site with some sort of name capture / opt-in form.
In my third video in the Blue Griffon series I encourage you to look at webpage design and think what you could include in a very simple website. I give the example of one that I produced using free web editor software. The site isn’t bells and whistles, but it provides a lot of information and gives readers the chance to contact me about my product.
Please watch the video by clicking the link below, and then have a think about what you want to produce. In the next video we’ll actually start using the software, and your plans can start to become a reality!
Any questions or problems? – please don’t hesitate to contact me and I’ll do my best to find a solution.