A website requires something known as a host in order to function properly. There is no website in existence that does not have a host.
Every one of those websites also has to have web design to it.
When looking to set up a website, it is important to look for web design and hosting packages.
When the two are put together like this, the price tends to be lower than if the two parts were purchased separate of one another. This is why the smart website creator will make sure to wait until one of these packages comes along that is set at a fair price.
The first host that comes along is not always the one to select. There is a chance that the host will not always have all of the right features. It also may not be at the right price to make it affordable.
Instead, it is wise to wait until all of the stars align to get the right package at the right price with the right host.
A website that has been created without some of these elements will immediately being to show flaws. People will not want to visit such a website, and the whole thing will be a disaster. It is nice though when it all comes together perfectly and people actually take the time to visit the website.
Hi there Well, they say that all good things have to come to an end. I don’t agree. But the good days with Squidoo certainly is over.
I feel like having been invited to a birthday party, and having fun, drinking cocoa and eating cake while holding nice pink balloons in my hand, and then all of a sudden the moon rises and the hosts show their true and ugly faces.
Soon the party isn’t funny, and you feel like taking part in a horror movie.
Beaten up, your money stolen, you decide to leave as fast as you can. But how?
So many questions pop up in your head: What if I move the content of my lens and delete it… Will it still show up in Google? And will Google punish me for duplicate content?
And where do I move my lenses to? How do I do it?
Or maybe you’re still in doubt… Should you just come through this bad situation and start building lenses as soon as the storm has passed?
This text was originally written to help people add Amazon links to their Squidoo lenses, but it was locked without warning by the wise Squidoo HQ gods.
So I decided to move it overhere, where I don’t “violate” any rules or otherwise behave like a criminal.
Want Your Own Amazon Affiliate Links?
Squidoo has made it really easy for us to make money through Amazon’s affiliate program. You don’t even have to be signed up for. You can just use Squidoo’s own link and make (roughly) 4.25% commission of every sale.
But if you are signed up anyway, and you think you can sell more than six items per month, then you can make more Amazon money by using your own link.
In this lens, I’ll show you some simple, cool and elegant ways of using your own Amazon affiliate links in Squidoo lenses.
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Hi there Tiffany Dow is a master when it comes to making up challenges and kicking us through them. And today, her latest challenge starts. It’s called “90-Day Product Creation Challenge“. Will you be joining?
And I’m going to create a product in a niche where I’ve only written blog posts and articles. I’ve never made a product there, except for two bribe freebies.
This will make it a challenge for me, too.
And stepping outside your comfort zone is always good.
So the first step for me will be to find out which question my new audience are burning to find an answer to. I will do the necessary research to discover what it is they really want.
Because have you noticed this? People buy what they want. Not always what they need, but what they want. So that’s why I’m starting there.
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