I don’t use anything else whenever I want to design a website. It’s an extremely simple software to build websites. But simple does not mean it produces mediocre results. In fact, many smart website owners have been using XSitePro 2 over the years and loving it. It’s just that good. You have to try the software to believe it. No more complicated codes to handle in Dreamweaver, no more complex designs and certainly no more delaying your website construction only to lose traffic. Do everything in XSitePro 2 in a point and click fashion. The point is, it’s a very simple tool to use but it produces fast, reliable and professional results!

One feature that I really like is that it lets you add article pages to your site very easily. This is important if you want to build a content-rich site. Coupled with this, it has a built-in Adsense installation facility. You just have to insert your Adsense registration number and you can add Adsense code to your pages and format the adds without having to go online to fetch the code from your online account.

All three companies offer trial versions that you can download and use for a month and, as far as I could tell, they were all full working versions. To say ‘point and click’ is really an understatement, because these three programs are so easy to use, it’s more like just playing around in Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro.

Both inspire trust in the visitor. Inspiring trust depends more on the tone you take than the format. If you’ve spent time composing your email newsletter, it will show, and that certainly inspires trust. A blog, with its rapid-fire and often impassioned comments, can convey a sense of impulsiveness, which rarely inspires trust. Trust is important on the internet (a very anonymous medium), because unless people trust you, they’re not going to buy from you.

Once you have become well acquainted with building your website, and your site is ready to launch, the next thing to do is publish it to the web. The reason most people create websites is to market their products or services. That said, simply having a website is not going to insure that people will be signing up for what you have to offer.

Use free alternatives to pay web design software whenever possible. While many will say it is the expensive software that makes a difference in your site, however there are some free options that can offer nearly as much. Just perform a simple search and you’re sure to find some wonderful tools.

This is exactly how the Google Page rank algorithm works. The more links there are from other websites to your website, the more authority your website has. But not all incoming links are equal: an incoming link from a website that has a lot of incoming links carries more weight than an incoming link from one that has few or none.

Content is crucial. Only include what is relevant and keep it concise and engaging. Be clear about what message you want to get across and keep to the point while being informative. If you are using images then make sure they are strong, bold and represent your company or portfolio closely.