Having a website isn’t as expensive as some might think. I you are willing to do the work yourself, setting up the actual website for the year may cost you less than $150. The only payments one would need to worry about is the annual registrar fees (for your domain name) and the hosting fees (the actual storage of where the website is located). A number of methods exist that will allow even the most novice of designers the ability to create robust websites. Many of these methods are open source and can be used on your website for free.The full explanation can be found at http://www.mpdailyfix.com/content-management-for-marketers-whats-the-difference-between-open-source-and-cloud-platforms/
A content management system (or CMS) is a way for novice and beginner website designers to create robust and easy to use websites with little work. With open source modifications and themes for these CMS programs, an individual can make a website look and feel unique and tailored to his or her needs.
Coding a website yourself is another method of design that could save you hundreds, if not more, per year in costs. If you are adept to writing your own code, you can make a website do some amazing and eye-catching things. Regardless of your skill level, having a website doesn’t have to cost you a lot of money.
22 May 2012 | 12:00 am | Uncategorized