Web Site Management for the NEW WebSite Owner
Are you a website management newbie? Have you ever been given or offered a
web site to 'look after' / maintain or been asked to start a website for a
friend or club but had to refuse because you didn't know where to begin? Have
you looked longingly at some of the pages on auction sites, with
extra pictures and different fonts that were not available in the normal editor
and thought, "That looks good. I wish I knew how
to create a webpage like that".
WELL NOW YOU CAN!
Web Site Management for the NEW WebSite Owner
Here, in a just a few pages, are all the directions, hints
tips and tricks that a new website owner will need for website
management and web page maintenance. There's not just basic HTML,
but how to make webpages more attractive to search engines, how
to help climb their page rankings - the EASY ways to do Search Engine
Optimisation or SEO. All jargon free and with easy to follow
instructions and pictures. Everything on how to make and improve a new
website for beginners in simple language.
How about all those fancy graphics that cover every page of every
website you ever go to? This ebook will explain to you how to get
those pictures onto your page and explain the best tools to use to
customise them, without breaking the bank or your brain. Web page
maintenance has never been easier.
What the heck is CSS? You can find out what it is and how it
can help you make your web page or even your whole web site to
look better and be easier to maintain. How to change the look and feel of all of
your web pages at once, even if your site runs to hundreds of pages, and website
management like this is easy when you know how. All explained to you in
basic English along with how it will improve your web page maintenance.
You won't need a computing degree to understand
the contents, and you won't need an English professor at your
side to decypher the long words. There's even 'time-out' blocks
to tell you more about some of the new aspects as they are
This pdf ebook really can show you how to start a new web site. Alright
it won't turn you into a skilled web page designer or website
developer and teach you how to use Flash, PHP, ASP, Ruby or any
of the other depths of alphabet soup that some web coders will
tell you is absolutely necessary. They're not, if all you want to
do is know how to start a new website to tell the world about your
hobby, shout out about a recent vacation or just have a hankering
to learn how to perform web page maintenance more to your own liking.
If you need to know what to go through to register a domain name, how
to get web space and importantly, how to marry the two together.
When you shouldn't (and when you could) use free webspace. Also
there are great tips on how to use domain names in affiliate
marketing, and how you don't need web space to do so. There are
some huge advantages to using this trick
So who is Steve Lucas and why should
you read what he has to say?
Steve is an enthusiastic website author & maintainer who
prefers to do things the code way, rather than use a WYSIWYG web
editor (find out why in the book). He has put up several web
sites of moderate success and has learned the good and bad things
the hard way. Hence the reason for writing this book. He's
passing on the experience, so don't have to get bitten by the
little nasties that can creep up on you.
So he's not a big scary professional web programmer trying to convince you to
hire him because it's all too difficult for you. He just wants to show you and
convince you how easy web page maintenance and website management is. Because it
really is that easy.
And what if you can't get a web site name (otherwise known as
a domain name) you like. You really have a hankering for a
particular name. Some domain names cost millions! What do you do
then? There's tricks and tips to show how to get something that
will be very close to what you want, without breaking the bank or
So what are you waiting for? The cost?
Well I think this book would be an absolute steal at
$77, but you're a new web
site owner. You can't justify that amount for a website you've
just picked up or had thrown at you. Heck, even $57 or $37
is too much, so how about just $17
and I will throw in some extra stuff too. Graphics in PSD format
for you to practice on and use, a brilliant book by Jim Edwards
on how to market your site & tell the world about its
benefits and an exclusive 20 page mini-book (was on sale for $10
on its own) on what to do with all those email addresses you've
collected - Without spamming them.
So there you go. Everything a new web site owner will want
& need. All the help you require to start tidying up &
rewriting your new web site, without the expense of a website
maintenance contract. Where to go to get the best free or low
cost software tools to help you. Publicising your web pages and
improving search engine rankings will come easily to you without
any need for keyword spamming (you can learn why this should be
avoided at all costs). From now on you can set your own website
maintenance schedule and not be at the mercy of an expensive
web page maintenance contract. So download this ebook now and get the
bonus items to make your new, improved web site stand out, let everyone know about it and
really put the icing on the cake. In other words...
Web Site Management for the NEW WebSite
Brought to you as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file and ready for immediate
delivery by digital download, even at silly O clock in the
morning! You also get a 60 day money back guarantee, backed by Clickbank.
If you'd prefer, get the Kindle version of this book (without the extras) from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com
I'd also like to offer you some more FREE hints
and tips as a thank you for visiting this page. These are not
re-hashes of what's in the book but more useful ideas to improve
your website and some suggestions of how to market it for more
Every email I send you you will have an opt out
for future correspondance.
PS: I hate spam as much as you do, and your details will never be
passed on to anyone else, for any purpose or at any price. You
have my word.