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Kalilah wrote at 2014-02-06 02:55:49
Kim and Linda, I have been using WebStarts for a couple of years now for my website I created and manage my own for my organization. It's extremely user friendly and you can actually build your website for free and have the option to pay yearly for even more services. There customer service is excellent and I'm very satisfied. There are many options for templates available for free. I started off free and was so pleased with WebStarts, I upgraded to a Pro/ProPlus account months later and have been satisfied since.



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Ken Ivey

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I've been developing websites for almost 20 years. If you have questions like these, I can help! Should I try this myself or hire a professional? What tools do I need? How do I sell products online? How do I make money with my website? Can I create a website without buying expensive software? How do I design a website FAST? How do I market my website? Is a BLOG a website? How do I put video on my website? What is website hosting? When will search engines find my website? OK, I've found a site I like - but now what? Can I make my website a subscription site?

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I have over 20 years of practical experience with web-related issues, and some military computer training. I've worked for a computer manufacturer, and own a small technology company specializing in web-design, hosting, and internet media production. I am the webmaster of several sites, and e-newsletter editor for Rotary District 6760 which is comprised of 65 clubs throughout middle Tennessee.

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I'd like to say a diploma from a revered educational facility hangs on my wall, and perhaps someday it will. In reality, everything I know has been self-taught, much of it done so in the hallowed halls of that venerable institution called "The School of Hard Knocks". (I have taken courses at a local community college, and received military computer programming training as well.)

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