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- Joined: Sun Feb 11, 2007 10:02 am
- Location: TX
I want to launch an online business selling a cookware invention. I have been researching this for a couple of years now and am down to needing a website.
I really don’t want to have somebody create a site for me. I would rather do it myself, not so much because of the initial cost, but because of the ongoing expense of updates, adhering to the site-builder’s schedule, etc. I just don’t want to be captive to a site-builder. I want to be in full control to make changes when I want to and to do it myself.
Here is the problem. I don’t have a clue where to start with leaning to create an eCommerce site. I just thought I did OK with computers. However, a site-building program was sent to me at no expense by my credit card merchant company. It was supposed to be simple. I have seen a portfolio of sites created with this program and some of them are great! However, I just can’t seem to get started with it. I am about finished with all of the information, sales information, etc. and started playing with this program and just gave up.
Can anybody recommend a site-building software program that really is easy to start with? It would help if it had a tutorial DVD to watch before even starting to work on the site.